Located at the epicenter of the Springs Historic District, known as the Abraham King house, this 200 year old farmhouse is an important link to local history and the national art world. Surrounded by farmland and across from Accabonac Harbor, it is the renowned natural light that Springs is famous for that bathes the home both inside and out. Updated over time but still maintaining many of the original historic details and charm, this remarkable home features four bedrooms, a library, office space and an attached art studio. The studio space was commissioned by previous home owner and world-renowned artist Julian E. Levi, and designed and built by Alfred Scheffer, who was known for his charming and highly sought after Beach Hampton Houses. Set on .75 acre, there are fantastic grounds with multiple outbuildings, wisteria-covered patios, gunite heated pool, and a detached two-car garage with additional space in the loft above. Harkening back to simpler times, this is one of the rare properties still in existence that can share history combined with today's way of life, all in a setting that is simply timeless.