Treasure of Captain’s Row

For nearly 200 years the house on Captain’s Row in Sag Harbor has stood quietly aloof from the rest of the town. In a village of white clapboard, the dignified L’Hommedieu House is a red brick townhouse. It was built in 1840, in the then-still fashionable Greek Revival style by Samuel L’Hommedieu (1785-1862), scion of…
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Why Not a Cute 50s Bungalow in Lazy Point?

For a sweet, easy little vacation spot, it’s hard to beat this cute 50s bungalow. Lazy Point is a quiet spot of the Hamptons, and this property offers its own little sandy beach, as well as a deck to watch the world go by. Inside the bijou (900 square feet) residence, there’s everything you need…
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My Hamptons: Andrea Grover

A Freeport, Long Island native, Andrea Grover is an artist and curator. In 1997 Grover purchased an old church in Houston, Texas. She then founded Aurora Picture Show, a nonprofit that screens non-commercial films in the church building. In 2011, she came back to Long Island as an associate curator at the Parrish; since 2016,…
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