JH Payne
Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home Museum - East HamptonHome Sweet Home is the most distinguished lean-to in East Hampton. The house is believed to have been built in the 1720's while the parlor paneling is attributed to mid 1700's.  It is a simple,  dignified house, unnpainted, after the fashion of the best houses of the ancient village, its exterior of rough shingles is bare of all ornamentation except that which the graceful hand of time has lent it.

The men who built this house and others like it in East Hampton were English settlers;  with oak for framing, pine for paneling, and cedar for shingling, they used this wealth of woods for their New World homes in a way that was both a tribute to their English training and the birth of a real American tradition in house design.

Home Sweet Home ~ 14 James Lane ~ East Hampton New York 11937
(631) 324-0713

Hugh R. King, Director

May through September
Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm
Sundays, 2 pm to 4 pm

October & November - weekends only
Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday, 2 pm to 4 pm

December through May
open by appointment only - call 631-324-0713

Admission: Adults $4, children $2

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