Located just 100 feet away from Peconic Bay, the first floor of this luxurious home boasts waterviews from every room. The open floor plan includes a large living room with a fire place and two bathrooms with radiant heat. The master suite has its own private balcony where you can take in the view.
Plus the home has solar panels for folks that want to go green. (more…)
Constance Riley in front of her mother’s home on Rogers Road which was nicknamed the ‘berry garden” house. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
In 1921, Bennett de Beixedon purchased a 75-acre waterfront property in Southold. He dubbed the property “the Village of Beixedon.”
The Village of Beixedon was never incorporated or recognized by the state as a village, said Southold Historical Society director Geoffrey Fleming. (more…)
A modern, minimalist design sets this $3.5 million Mattituck home apart from others on the market. Located 200 feet from the water’s edge, the home’s open floor plan features 12-foot high ceilings and a glass wall providing panoramic views of the Long Island Sound. The home also boasts a professional kitchen and a master suite with balcony.
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Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Dec. 15-21, 2014. (more…)
Here are 11 open houses scheduled on the North Fork this weekend ranging in price from $399,000 to $1.3 million.
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Warm and welcoming, this Cutchogue dream home is located in the desirable Nassau Point area of the North Fork.
The highest quality workmanship is visible throughout the six-bedroom home. Additionally it boasts a wraparound deck, chef’s kitchen and radiant heat in the master bath.
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This home located on Henry’s Lane in Peconic is on the market for $399,000.
This batch of four homes currently on the North Fork real estate market for less than $400K features great homes in Peconic, Aquebogue, Riverhead and Southold.
Highlights include a pretty Peconic cape with access to Goldsmith’s Inlet, an Aquebogue ranch with a four-car garage and a three-bedroom in Riverhead with deeded beach rights.
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The rate of real estate sales on the North Fork has increased to the point that available inventory can no longer meet demand.
That’s the key takeaway of the fourth-quarter results released last Thursday by Manhattan appraisal firm Miller Samuel and brokerage Douglas Elliman, said Miller Samuel president Jonathan Miller.
“The supply is trying to normalize,” Mr. Miller said. “It’s still not, but it’s better for consumers than it was a year ago.”
At the end of 2013, there were 455 houses on the market on the North Fork — from Aquebogue to Orient — according to the report. Points farther west weren’t included in the analysis. By the end of 2014, that number increased — albeit modestly — to 521 available homes. Meanwhile, residential sales in 2014 jumped a significant 34 percent from the same time the previous year — from 556 to 685. (more…)
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Dec. 1-7, 2014. (more…)
A circa 1900 photo taken a year after the Greenport Opera House was built at Main Street and Bay Avenue. (Credit: The Historical Collection at Mike Richter Photography)
The Main Street corner where it once stood is now the site of a Chase Bank parking lot, but at the turn of the 20th century the Greenport Opera House was a towering, romantic presence on the North Fork.
Built in 1899 to replace Stirling Hall, which had burned down earlier that year, the opera house was “the pinnacle of the village,” said Greenport historian Carlos DeJesus.