Generally considered to be one of the oldest houses on Long Island, and perhaps the oldest, the aptly named Old House on the Cutchogue village green is certainly one of the finest examples of early American architecture in the country today.
As would be expected from a house this old, there have been whispers of ghosts for generations. Even without the ghosts, it’s a truly haunting place.
Prints on lustre, an economic and lovely choice of paper, available as a print only, or matted and framed. Or choose a paper similar to fine art watercolor paper, printed in archival inks. Both are available as prints only, or double matted and framed with your choice of plain black or decorative gold.
For the truly discerning, choose mounted canvas for the look of a painting, and a thick, decorative gold frame, (or either of the above), without glass or mat, for a museum quality display.
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