Real LI

Buying and selling real estate in the communities of Long Island

News 12: Hamptons homes with big price tags

This North Haven home, 60 Forest Rd, Sag

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Newsday LI Home editor Valerie Kellogg appeared on News 12 Long Island Tuesday night, as she does every Tuesday night around 7:15, to talk about high-end Long Island homes.

This week she took News 12's Ted David on a tour of the homes. Here's the clip, in case you missed it, with a list of the agents representing each of the properties. To see past segments, click here.

SAGAPONACK HOME:

Cody...

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News 12: Beach houses across Long Island

This Westhampton Dunes house is on the market

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Newsday LI Home editor Valerie Kellogg appeared on News 12 Long Island Tuesday night, as she does every Tuesday night around 7:15, to talk about high-end Long Island homes.

This week she took News 12's Lea Tyrrell on a tour of the homes. Here's the clip, in case you missed it, with a list of the agents representing each of the properties. To see past segments, click here.

EAST MARION...

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Twelve Oaks of Westhampton Beach lists for $3.995M

This nine-bedroom Westhampton Beach home, called Twelve Oaks

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With two living rooms and two dining rooms, along with many other amenities, this Westhampton Beach home offers plenty to do and plenty of room in which to do it. The home is on the market for $3.995 million.

Built in 1924 and called Twelve Oaks for the dozen oak trees on the property, the house was recently renovated and more than doubled in size. There are nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms...

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'Real Housewife' LuAnn de Lesseps buys in Sag Harbor

LuAnn de Lesseps, one of the stars of

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LuAnn de Lesseps, one of the stars of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of New York City," recently bought a waterfront home in Sag Harbor, according to real estate records.

De Lesseps, whose reality TV show premiered its sixth season this week, paid $3.1 million for the 1835 waterfront home, reports Long Island Profiles, a Brightwaters-based real estate data gatherer. It had been listed for $2.65...

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North Haven home with a surprise, and more

A custom-designed, high-tech North Haven waterfront Estate on

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Newsday's LI Home editor Valerie Kellogg appeared on News 12 Long Island Tuesday night, as she does every Tuesday around 7:15 p.m., to talk about high-end homes.

Here's the clip, in case you missed it, with a list of the agents representing each of the properties. To see past segments, click here:

NORTH HAVEN PROPERTY:

Christopher Burnside, Brown Harris Stevens, 516-521-6007

SHELTER...

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A look at the Hamptons rental season

This estate in Southampton is available for rent

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Newsday's LI Home editor Valerie Kellogg appeared on News 12 Long Island Tuesday night, as she does every Tuesday around 7:15 p.m., to talk about high-end homes. This week she talked to anchor Stone Grissom on some of the more interesting properties in the Hamptons available for rent this summer.

Here's the clip, in case you missed it, with a list of the agents representing each of the properties....

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Which luxe LI home is the priciest?

This cottage in Montauk is on the market

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Newsday's LI Home editor Valerie Kellogg appeared on News 12 Long Island Tuesday night, as she does every Tuesday night around 7:15, to talk about three high-end homes on the market. This week she quizzed anchor Danielle Campbell on which house of the three commands the highest asking price. Here's the clip, in case you missed it, with a list of the agents representing each of the properties. To...

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Cutchogue home has LGB German train layout

LGB trains and the platform on which they

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A model train layout in the basement of this Cutchogue home, listed for $1.994 million, can stay with the house for the right price.

It sits atop a 10-by-24-foot cabinet. It was installed about 20 years ago for the owner's  late husband’s model train collection. “It took a lot of work, a lot of plans to build the train set, but it was his hobby,” says seller Barbara Tyree.

Electric...

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