It would be difficult to find a home in the Hamptons with more history than number 7 Fithian Lane. Architectural experts believe the original dwelling was first built as early as 1646 making it 373 years old! The structure was added to in the late 18th century, converting it from a saltbox to the two-story, central chimney colonial it is today. The home, located just steps from the center of Easthampton village on a leafy, quiet, residential street, offers gorgeous glimpses into its historical past. Original hand hewn framing, wide plank wood floors and antique tongue and groove paneling and hinges together bring old world charm that can't be beat. The oversized fireplace even has a beehive oven used for making bread and other baked goods 100's of years ago. The home has four bedrooms, three and 1/2 baths and is situated on a beautiful .46 acre lot boasting an English perennial garden, a brick patio and a lush, private yard. If you like historical homes - 7 Fithian Lane can't be missed.