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Amagansett Station House (1902)

Amaganset, 
NY
Built: 1902
Building Still Survives: Yes
Open to the Public: No

Station closed in 1936 and site transferred to the Navy for use as a radio direction finder station. Station site was acquired by the Town of East Hampton, and the station house was sold for a private residence and moved off site. In 2007 the station house was bought by the Town of East Hampton and moved back to its original site. It is being restored as a museum.

Location

Amagansett U.S. Life-Saving & Coast Guard Station

200 Bluff Road

Amaganset, NY 11930

http://www.amagansettlss.org/


No Public Phone

Building Private Phone: No

Visiting Information

Open to the Public: No

Building Information

Station Building ID:

86.3

Building Type:

Station House

Year Built:

1902

Built Before 1965:

Yes

Design Type:

Quonochontaug

Designer:

George R. Tolman

Building Still Survives:

Yes

Condition:

Good

Integrity:

Moved

Endangered:

No

Nature of Threat:

NA

On Original Site:

Yes

Current Use:

Vacant

Notes:

Station house is being restored as a museum.

Owner/Manager/Lessee & Contact Information

Owner

Town of East Hampton, NY

159 Pantigo Road

East Hampton, NY 11937

(631) 324-4140

info@town.east-hampton.ny.us

http://www.town.east-hampton.ny.us/

Owner Code: Local Govt


Lessee

Amagansett U.S. Life-Saving & Coast Guard Society

P.O. Box 51

Amagansett, NY 11930

amagansettuslss@gmail.com

http://amagansett.org/LSS/

Lessee Code: Nonprofit