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Which Historic Landmarks Should Be Preserved in Westhampton-Hampton Bays?

With a deep-rooted history, only a handful of historic structures have been designated as landmarks.

With history dating back to 1743, Hampton Bays has plenty of historic structures on display, however, only a handful of them, including the , , and the , have received historic recognition through the Town of Southampton's new .  

Just as few have been designated in the Westhampton Beach area, which was settled in 1666. Among them the Foster-Meeker House, the Jagger House Site, the , and the Westhampton Beach Post Office. 

And in Quogue, which was settled in 1640, just the  has been recognized by the Southampton Town Landmarks Preservation Board.

What are landmarks do you think should be recognized and preserved? Post them in the comment section below.  

cam pesh March 31, 2013 at 11:52 PM
I think the Squires House on the corner of Newtown Road and Squiretown Road, Hampton Bays, should be deemed a landmark. I believe it's the oldest house in Hampton Bays. It has been put up for auction on two occasions, with no success. It's been unoccupied for approximately a decade, and it's falling into disrepair. I think it should be preserved and given historic designation. It's a lovely building that sits on a peaceful, beautiful piece of land.

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