#46.  William Corey House, 440 First Street  c. 1882

Small village estate built by William D. Corey of Webb and Corey, a major port chandlery. The house's roof is slate with a Victorian cast iron roof railing outside the third story. The façade has scalloped shingles and decorative brackets. An Ionic-columned porch wraps the front and south side of the house providing access to the Colonial doorway with arched transom and sidelights. When built, it was reported to be "one of the handsomest places in Greenport – everything about it is as neat as a pin."