Meghan and Harry, can you hear me? Behind the gates of a four-acre property o the Quiogue peninsula, down a long driveway, just past the motor court, sits a home with 22,000 square feet of living space surrounded by well- landscaped grounds.
New doesn’t always mean better. Distinctive vintage and antique furnishings offer an inherent level quality and history, but a growing number of East End aesthetes are now looking to take that stalwart and storied character of the old and make it extraordinary and new.
The inaugural stand-alone issue of Behind The Hedges came out over Memorial Day weekend. Toss it in your beach bag, put it on your coffee table, or place it in your guest room for visitors to peruse. There’s plenty to enjoy about real estate and all things house and home on the East End.