Zachary Studenroth, president of the Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council, notes that the settlers in the 1600′s were quite a bi shorter than now. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch photo)
As you can walk near the library on Main Road in Cutchogue, it’s easy to overlook the collection of buildings scattered, almost haphazardly, on a gentle hill at the nearby Village Green.
But three structures on the green — the old schoolhouse, the Wickham farmhouse and the “Old House” — are much more historic than they seem, offering a glimpse of centuries of North Fork living. (more…)
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated May 13-19, 2014. (more…)
This historic $2.5 million Orient estate, known as “The Cedars,” provides breathtaking views of the lighthouse Bug Light. The Southold Town landmark home has six bedrooms and sits on 4.7 acres overlooking both the Long Island Sound and Orient Harbor.
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Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated May 6-12, 2014. (more…)
Michael Bredemeyer (center) standing in front of the demolition with his grandmother, Jeanne, (left) and mother, Beverly. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Lifelong Orient resident Michael Bredemeyer never imagined he could own a house in his hometown. Even with a steady job working as assistant parks and recreation supervisor at Orient Beach State Park, he believed the high cost of living on Long Island would eventually force him elsewhere in order to purchase a home of his own — and move out from his parents’ home.
This spacious four bedroom $1.6 million Laurel dream home epitomizes the finer things in life. The bayfront estate boasts breathtaking water views from throughout the home, beach access, hardwood floors and a second floor master suite with a balcony and connecting den.
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Imported Italian porcelain tile installed last winter by farmer Paul Reeve at Bayview Farm Market in Aquebogue. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The mere mention of imitation wood or stonework are enough to make some people cringe.
With memories still fresh of 1970s and ’80s-era linoleum floors, peel-and-stick “brick” and faux wood wall paneling, you can’t blame people for wanting to install only real wood and stone when designing their own homes today. (more…)
The “Big E Farm” in Riverhead. (Credit: The Corcoran Group)
With sweeping vistas, a storied 8,000-square-foot home, an iconic horse farm and award-winning Maratha Clara Vineyard on-site, the “Big E Farm” in Riverhead just became the largest parcel currently for sale on the North Fork. (more…)
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated April 29-May 5, 2014. (more…)
There are 23 open houses scheduled on the North Fork this weekend ranging in price from $380,000 to $1.6 million.
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