Own a part of Southampton history! This private co-op building, 30 Wall Street is also known as Captain Howells House. Constructed originally in 1688, the building was moved between 1909 and 1916 from its location on Main Street to one of the village's first side streets, Wall Street. Lieutenant Richard Post and Captain Charles Howell, both original settlers of Southampton Village lived here. The list of historic figures that owned and lived in 30 Howell Street continues with Henry Post, who bought the home in 1914. Later, it was owned by the Schwenk family who kept it for the next 52 years. Even today, upon entering what is now 30 Wall Street, the sense of history is evident everywhere, in carved moldings, cloth-encased doors, carved wooden banisters, and brass details. This rarely available 2 bedroom, OR 1 bedroom with office/den and 1 bathroom penthouse unit is located on the top floor in the heart of Southampton Village. Just completely gut-renovated, this unit consists of a corner living room flooded with natural light, a wood burning fireplace and a new state of the art custom-made Ornare kitchen, Miele dishwasher, Wolf oven and cooktop and ample storage and counter space. A generously sized primary bedroom and full bathroom also have great light and as an added bonus you can climb your own stairs to your private roof deck with over 330 sq. ft. of space for your enjoyment. It's a fantastic spot for an afternoon relaxing in the sun, a sunset dinner with friends or just stargazing. The building also features a large private walled garden, lushly landscaped and furnished for your enjoyment and larger social gatherings. The basement features assigned storage space for this unit as well as washers and dryers. The building is conveniently located just one block from Main Street. The shops, restaurants, Cultural Center, library, and Agawam Park are practically on your doorstep. Ocean beaches are biking distance away and Village beach parking stickers can be obtained by each resident.