Cutchogue Green Historic Buildings business hours are as followed, 1 – 4pm guided tours Sat – Mon. last week in June through Labor Day weedend. Fee Donations accepted. The Old House, on Cases Lane at the Village Green, is a national landmark dating to 1649. House was built in Southhold and moved to Cutchogue in 1660, it claims to be the state’s oldest English type frame house. Nearby, the 1704 Wickham Farmhouse, one of the oldest North Fork farmhouses, features many antique quits. The 1840 Schoolhouse Museum has antiques. Nearby, the former Independent Congregational Church, built in 1862, is a children’s area of the Cutchogue New Suffolk library. A post Civil War carriage house on the green has a model of the first submarine brought to New Sufflok when the Navy tested subs here from1899 to 1905. The red barn has early farm tools. Buildings are maintained by the Cutchogue New Sufflok Historical Council.
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