Buying and selling real estate in the communities of Long Island
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A 2005 Colonial in the Village of Asharoken is on the market for $5.5 million. It not only offers 150 feet of waterfront on Northport Bay but also has a design similar to a “top-tier Manhattan apartment,” said Risa Ziegler, listing agent with Jyll Kata of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
This three-story, 7,000-square-foot home has an open layout on the first level with the living room, dining...Read more »
Originally listed in 2010 for $25 million, Twinight, a six-acre Centre Island estate, is now on the market for $14.988 million with Shawn Elliott and Zachary Elliott of Shawn Elliott Luxury Homes and Estates.
The owner, Richard Baron Cohen, a businessman and European porcelain collector, had Twinight built on the north side of the peninsula overlooking Long Island Sound in 2005. Standing four...Read more »
ALL NEW. Hamptons home buyers who missed out on snapping up one of the “modern barns” from architect Alexander Gorlin and Plum Builders have another opportunity. The latest home is on the market for $4.4 million, and is one of four that have gone up within a mile in East Hampton.
The first two were sold before they were finished. The 6,500-square-foot rustic modern home was designed by Gorlin,...Read more »
LOTS OF HISTORY If you want a peninsula to call your own, Davis Island — about 1,000 feet off Shore Road in Mount Sinai — is up for grabs. On the market for $1.5 million, the 1.45-acre property contains a 4,950-square-foot house with bulkhead and a floating dock. The original part of the house, a 2,500-square-foot center hall Victorian with a large front porch, was built in 1860 by Capt. Adolphus...Read more »
Once the home of a sea captain, this updated 1892 Northport Victorian on Bayview Avenue -- also known as Captain’s Row -- is on the market for $799,900.
“All three floors have year-round water views,” says listing agent Mary Anne Standley of Coach Realtors.
A covered front porch, as well as wooden floors, moldings and a fireplace, lend period details. The back staircase and original...Read more »
GARDENS GALORE. An Oyster Bay Cove home, now on the market for $2,199,000, sits on what once was part of the Woodward Estate, where, in 1955, William Woodward Jr., son of the chairman of New York’s Central Hanover Bank and Trust Co., was shot and killed by his wife, Ann. (The couple in happier times, at left.)
She said she thought he was an intruder, and a grand jury believed her. Dominick...Read more »