The historic Hallock House, built in 1721, is currently up for sale and is listed at $299,000 on AOL Real Estate.
The home, listed by Manzoni Real Estate, sits on just under an acre of property at 172 Hallock Landing Road. It has been on the market for just 18 days and features eight bedrooms, three bathrooms, a wood stove, rear flag stone patio, belgium block-lined driveway and more.
According to the Rocky Point Historical Society, Peter Hallock, his great-grandson, Noah Hallock and his wife Bethia were one of the first (if not the first) European settlers of Rocky Point.
Noah Hallock built this home, which is on the plot of land currently bounded by Hallock Landing Road, Culross Drive and Hallock Lane and it is the oldest house still standing in Rocky Point. The Hallocks were prominent Rocky Point residents up through the mid 1900s.