Christian Avenue’s Sleight House is the newest historic landmark in Brookhaven Town.
The Town Board approved the late 19th-century home’s designation on March 26 after a public hearing on the matter.
The Civic Association of the Setaukets and Stony Brook and the Three Village Community Trust supported the decision.
“This circa 1880 home is a fine example of the architecture of the time and exemplifies the simple charm that attracts many of our Three Villages community,” civic President Shawn Nuzzo said in his letter to the board.
According to Brookhaven Town Historian Barbara Russell, the home belonged to Charles Sleight, a North Carolina native and carpenter. The home remains occupied today.
“It’s just wonderful that the homeowners are so proud of this house,” Russell said.