Model and actress Christie Brinkley sold and closed on her longtime Fahys Road estate last week, fetching “very close” to the $17.99-million asking price.
For the first time in 50 years, Edward Albee’s Montauk estate hit the East End real estate market. And following a swift $16-million closing, it is officially back off.
Bedell Cellars is home to 75 acres of planted vines. They bear 10 varieties of sustainable grapes, grown in a unique maritime terroir.
With a sharp eye for detail and a deft hand for design, artist Erica Lynn Huberty transformed her home at 11 Thistle Patch in a way few could repeat.
Jessica Singleton recently joined Douglas Elliman’s East Hampton office with a decade of experience in the real estate business as an investor. Dana Frances Hilbert is new to the firm’s Bridgehampton office.
Douglas Elliman Real Estate celebrated the firm’s top-performing agents from around the nation at its annual awards ceremony, The Ellies — and the East End had a strong showing.
A modern, contemporary compound in Montauk has closed for $18.1 million, without so much as a peep.
The home at 48 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton is East End Americana at its best, according to listing agent Andrea L. Ackerman.
The Ross School’s former Lower School campus on Butter Lane in Bridgehampton hit the real estate market on Thursday, listed at $9,995,000 with Compass Real Estate.
For Jordana Sobey and Dr. Steven Sobey, getting in on the ground floor of real estate in Sag Harbor meant borrowing money from their parents.
“Sag Harbor commercial real estate is always in high demand,” according to Scott Strough, an associate broker with Compass in Sag Harbor. “The warning signs are in front of us, though, for change on Main Street.
Having built his reputation on modern, resort-like homes for the most discerning of clients, architect Blaze Makoid endeavors to create structures that offer an escape from the everyday.
From their home at 330 Main Street in Sag Harbor, Noble Black and Marc Rozic could tell you about the whole neighborhood.
Last year, with unpredictability in Washington and on Wall Street, real estate on the East End took a hit — but industry professionals are confident in 2019, especially when it comes to Sag Harbor.
“I have a gut feeling this just shouldn’t have a swimming pool on it,” declared Mary Ann Eddie, chair of Sag Harbor’s Harbor Committee, referring to a for-sale property at 36 Fordham Street overlooking Ligonee Creek where the owner wants to put in a pool within the required wetlands setback in the backyard.