Buying and selling real estate in the communities of Long Island
BloggersValerie Kellogg Kristin Lavin Taveira Maura McDermott Lisa Doll Bruno
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 focused on some of Long Island's most exclusive properties.
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:
OLD BROOKVILLE...Read more »
Walt Whitman stayed at this Greenport home, which once was owned by his sister, Mary Elizabeth Whitman Van Nostrand.
Listed for $449,000 with Janet Markarian of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, the 1,900-square-foot white home is said to have represented for Long Island’s poet a certain kind of “idyllic hearth-and-home living,” according to “The Routledge Encyclopedia of Walt Whitman”...Read more »
This house in Greenport may be part of the town’s history, but it’s far from traditional.
It was originally a speak-easy during Prohibition, a bakery in the 1930s and ’40s, and was home to Rouse’s Market until 1991, when the current owners transformed it into a three-bedroom house. It’s currently on the market for $419,000.
Seller Sandra Jackowski says she and her husband, Andrzej Grzybowski,...Read more »
SELLERS. John and Mary Knabbe
ADDRESS. 675 Green Hill Lane, Greenport
ASKING PRICE. $729,000
THE COMPETITION. A five-bedroom, 1-1/2-bath home on First Street is on the market for $885,000.
RECENT SALE IN THE AREA. A two-bedroom home in the community sold for $268,000 in May.
TIME ON THE MARKET. Since March
LISTING AGENT. Erich Knabbe,...Read more »
Once part of a dairy farm in the 1930s, this Greenport parcel -- now just shy of 1 acre -- retains the farmhouse, as well as a three-stall dairy barn and a separate eight-bay garage.
Since zoning is resort residential, there is an opportunity for nonresidential uses, such as a bed-and-breakfast, says Barry Novick of The Corcoran Group, who, with Nancy Cervelli, is marketing the property for...Read more »
A fisherman’s cottage in Greenport, built in 1880 and on the market for $419,999, comes with an artist’s studio that owner and artist Janis Garramone converted from a horse barn built in the 1920s.
After buying the house 20 years ago, Garramone made many updates while keeping some of the period features in place. She left the barn’s original windows, but put up Sheetrock walls, installed heat...Read more »