Buying and selling real estate in the communities of Long Island
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You can have enough room — and the rights — to farm, live, work and build on (or all of the above) this 22.7-acre property in Riverhead, which is on the market for $4 million.
The land has been used over the years for everything from agriculture to an airport.
Co-seller Carole Brush says development rights are intact. That’s important because it means the sellers can sell all or a portion...Read more »
This historic Jamesport house, which dates back to 1780, is on the market for $429,000. The two-bedroom, two-bath home has its original staircases, a restored wood shake shingle roof and wood fish-scale shingles on the exterior. A newly renovated kitchen contrasts with a formal parlor, blending modern living and history.
The house also has some of its original doors, which are shorter...Read more »
An undeveloped, residential-zoned waterfront site in Sea Cliff is the last of its kind in the village, says Marilyn Jenney, listing agent with Vivian Parisi of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Real Estate.
“Some larger [waterfront] parcels could subdivide, but, at the moment, this is the only undeveloped waterfront," says Drew Lawrence, superintendent of buildings.
It is on the...Read more »
Fragrance designer Michael Förster , co-founder of the Förster & Johnsen perfume house, has put his country place in Westhampton Beach on the market for $849,000.
The eight-room house, with three bedrooms and two full baths, was renovated in 1996, lending it a “Zen-like quality,” says listing agent Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Skylights, picture windows and sliding...Read more »