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.
For those looking to change their status from tourist to resident, there are many open houses being held this upcoming weekend, including a newly-renovated residence in Orient on the market for $2.466 million.
A historic purchase earlier this week will help keep Long Island’s oldest running farm just that — a farm. Suffolk County purchased the development rights to 11.16 acres of the Wells Homestead Acres farm in Aquebogue for $613,800, which means the land is safe from potential development. “There has been intense development pressure so the… Read More