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A building with a remarkable history, located in the historic district of Southampton Village, sits vacant and condemned.  Local historians are calling it one of the best preserved 18th Century interiors in Southampton. Henry Rhodes built the house in 1760 on the corner of Main Street and Hampton Road for his family’s residence.  One hundred sixty-five years after its completion, the building was moved from that site to make room for the new Southampton Town Hall that opened to the public in 1926.  It is presently situated at 22 Windmill Lane, adjacent to Jobs Lane and Hill Street.

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