#18.  320 Carpenter Street  c. 1815

On the southeast corner of Central and Carpenter is a smaller scaled, 1-story 3-bayed house built in Federal style near the beginning of the 1800s. This is one of Greenport's earliest surviving residences. Pilasters and a decorative pediment with dentiled cornices flank the centered front entry. The house has three small eyebrow windows of 12 panes each located under the eaves.