With the fate of Sag Harbor’s proposed John Steinbeck Waterfront Park on many minds, the Sag Harbor Board of Zoning Appeals voted unanimously to grant all nine variances developer Jay Bialsky has been seeking to build a three-unit condominium at 2 West Water Street where a former motel-turned-residence now stands.
A major renovation and restoration effort at 6 Union Street has breathed new life into the c. 1740-1750 house, which at one point was considered for demolition.
“Temple Brown” was imagined as a haven among the trees — a secret enclave where an energetic couple and their friends could enjoy nature, drink wine and recharge.
Being green is gold in East Hampton, and this 3,000-square-foot home is Certified Green to a Gold Level — fitted with hurricane glass and Energy Star Rated, with extremely low utility bills.
Murf's Backstreet Tavern, the local Sag Harbor watering hole known for its friendly bartenders, popular dartboard, ring toss game, jukebox and late-night last calls, has been sold for $3.1 million.
For a village that boasts historic charm, new construction in Sag Harbor can feel unexpected, to say the least.
Land surveyor F. Michael Hemmer shares what buyers need to know as his eponymous company opens a new office in Noyac.
On the apex of a hill, surrounded by horse pastures and farm fields, sits a modern home on 5.6 acres of land — straddling Water Mill and Bridgehampton, and the past and present.
Last week, Corcoran’s Gary DePersia and Karen Kelley announced that Cavett’s Cove, the Montauk estate owned by talk show host Dick Cavett and his wife Martha Rogers Cavett, has returned to the market at a new price of $48.5 million.
As a former Southampton Town Councilman, Advantage Title senior vice president Christopher Nuzzi shares a unique insight into this complex process.
New to Douglas Elliman’s Southampton office is Adam Hofer — a lifelong East End resident and veteran sales professional who brings two decades of luxury buyer and service experience.
The Hampton Designer Showhouse, now in its 18th year, serves as both a creative platform for designers and inspiration for enthusiasts ranging from industry pros to the general public.
Fans of “Rocket Gibraltar” may recognize one of Town & Country Real Estate’s newest listings in Westhampton Beach.
Jay Hamel, the beleaguered owner of Murf’s Tavern, has put the venerable bar at 64 Division Street up for sale at a price of $3.5 million.
The buildings located at 1, 3 and 5 Ferry Road in Sag Harbor will be demolished by developer Jay Bialsky on Monday, August 13, at 10:30 a.m.