An inside look at the homes featured in Newsday's weekly Long Island's Rich Cribs series. Check out Newsday Homes for the latest listings, rich cribs and real estate news on Long Island....
An inside look at the homes featured in Newsday's weekly Long Island's Rich Cribs series. Check out Newsday Homes for the latest listings, rich cribs and real estate news on Long Island.
A circa-1930 three-bedroom, two-bath Remsenburg home listed for $1.4 million is located on a 1.51-acre parcel that was once part of a larger potato farm, its owner says.
A 40-acre equestrian facility in Calverton is on the market for $3.5 million. Photo by Susan Egan / Island Polo Realty
An award-winning four-bedroom, two-bath Asharoken home nestled between the Long Island Sound and Huntington Towns Jerome Ambro Wetlands Preserve is on the market for $1.575 million.
A Bridgehampton property that once belonged to LuAnn de Lessep of Bravo Tv's "The Real Housewives of New York City" has a newly constructed home on the market for $16.995 million, more than double the original sale price.
The Hampton Bays home of Anthony Scotto, who along with family members owns Fresco by Scotto in Manhattan, has sold for $2,962,500, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
A circa-1920 American Craftsman Colonial-style manse in Plandome with a slate-floored front porch is on the market for $3.499 million. Mahogany wainscoting in the eight-bedroom, 6 ½-bath homes entry hall is one of several examples of vintage woodworking preserved through the years.
A 7,445 square-foot English Tudor-style estate set on 2.97 Lloyd Harbor acres has 250 feet of waterfront and panoramic Lloyd Harbor, Oyster Bay and Connecticut views throughout. The five-bedroom home with three full baths and two half baths is listed for $5,488,888.
A glass-lined indoor pool with Moriches Bay views is the centerpiece of a four-bedroom, 3 ½-bath Westhampton Dunes home listed for $4.999 million.
This Francis Fleetwood-designed Contemporary home in East Hampton was designed to bring in as much light as possible, its listing agent says. The house, listed for $6.35 million, just went into contract.
After Selling New York on the popular HGTV show, Douglas Elliman Real Estate brokers Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon have begun selling Long Island, taking on their first non-Hamptons listing in Nissequogue.
When Mario Scalza bought the circa-1838 Greek Revival-style Manhasset home he's called home since 1982, he fell in love with a diamond in the rough. "It was so grand - and it was such a wreck," he says of the five-bedroom, 4 ½-bath home now listed for $1.599 million.
Fashion designer Elie Tahari has listed his oceanfront estate in Sagaponack for nearly $45 million.
Best-selling author Steven Gaines has placed his Wainscott house on the market for $2.995 million.
The 7-acre estate in East Hampton known as Lisata went into contract. It is listed for $29,995,000. It is where young Jackie Kennedy Onassis, née Bouvier, who was born at Southampton Hospital, spent her summers.
This Huntington Bay home overlooks the water and features views of the Huntington Lighthouse from two balconies. It is on the market for $6.5 million.
This Georgian-style brick home in Huntington sits next to 900 acres of county parkland.
The playhouse is one of seven structures on the 9.86-acre Old Field Village property.
A glass-filled four-bedroom, 3 ½-bath Modern-style East Hampton home listed for $2.25 million is designed to create seamless flow from shelter to nature, its listing agent says.
Wood beams salvaged from ships feature prominently in the construction of the living room and front patio of this 2,920 square-foot splanch-style Sands Point home set on 1.01 acres. The asking price is $4.79 million.
A Georgian manor house in Cold Spring Harbor, purchased by financier J.P. Morgan in 1933 as a wedding gift for his daughter, and once part of land that is now the Uplands Farm Nature Sanctuary, is on the market for $13.8 million.
This 14,000 square-foot Muttontown estate listed for $14.5 million dates back to 1922, when it was designed and constructed for John F. Bermingham, a former mayor of the village. Source HomeSmart Premier Living Realty hodaily0827_Muttontown
Silk industrialist Emil J. Stehli's Hawk Hill Place, a seven-bedroom, 6 ½-bath Lattingtown estate dating back to 1925, is now on the market for $1.399 million.
"It's something you might find in California or somewhere in the Mediterranean," owner Scott Simon says of his 8,000-square-foot Cold Spring Harbor home. It is on the market for $4.8 million.
A historic Delano & Aldrich-designed brick mansion in Oyster Bay Cove was once part of the sprawling Four Winds estate, its listing agent says. The asking price is $2.3 million.
Boxwoods, a fully furnished James Michael Howard-designed Sagaponack estate is on the market for $19.75 million.
A glass ceiling and wall of windows line the great room of a hilltop four-bedroom, 5 1/2-bath Contemporary home listed for $1.65 million in East Hampton's Settlers Landing community.
This 6 ½-bath Modern beach house in East Hampton has views of Gardiner's Bay and Gardiner's Island, and is on the market for $5.995 million.
The approximately 2.1-acre waterfront property on Fire Island now is most easily accessible by boat, says the listing agent, and lists for $4 million.
A circa-1878 Garden City home has original moldings and millwork, and is listed for $2.35 million.
"The interiors are very Hampton-y, but the exterior looks almost Southern," says Paul Brennan of Douglas Elliman Real Estate about Don Peebles' Sag Harbor home, which is on the market for $9.995 million.
The Merrick property includes avocado, banana and pineapple trees, and is listed for $2.288 million.
The four-bedroom house on Lake Montauk is on more than an acre and overlooks the water. It is on the market for $2.6 million.
The 16,000-square-foot house in Southampton has nine en-suite bedrooms and a tennis court, and is listed for $34.95 million.
The highly styled 11,590-square-foot Bridgehampton estate is the latest turnkey design by award-winning designer James Michael Howard, with an asking price of $11.95 million.
The bayfront 0.14-acre parcel in Sag Harbor's Pine Neck neighborhood contains two recently renovated cottages. The asking price is $1.25 million.
The circa-1815 farmhouse at the heart of this 5,800 square-foot Dix Hills residence was originally built for a prosperous farmer, Huntington Town records show. It is listed for $2.188 million.
This five-bedroom, four-bath in Roslyn Heights was built in 1951 as a Levitt ranch and has since been expanded to include a second story and a dramatic great room with vaulted ceilings, its listing agent says. The asking price is $1.575 million.
This $55-million Southampton estate features a 7,000 square-foot home on 4.5 acres with 430 linear feet of direct Atlantic Ocean waterfront.
This three-bedroom, 1.5-bath Matittuck farmhouse with 28.5 acres of land is a throwback to the North Forks agricultural roots, its listing agent says. The asking price is $1.5 million.
This East Hampton home, listed for $5.5 million, is glass from floor to ceiling.
A Southampton mansion that recently sold for $9.3 million is being cleared of its luxury furnishings, with an estate sale that took place on Dec. 3 and 4, 2016
A recently renovated Sag Harbor home that once served as the "summer White House" for President Chester A. Arthur is on the market for $14.2 million.
A tree-lined pond with an island is the focal point of this sleek glass and wood 4,300 square-foot Harry Bates-designed Modern barn in Water Mill. It is listed for $4.95 million.
This circa-1900 home is linked to a family whose ancestors were among Southamptons original settlers, its listing agent says. It is listed for $2,999,999.
The stars and stripes fly high above this gated 4.8-acre Shelter Island estate, which includes a towering flagpole that was formerly the mast of a vessel tea magnate Sir Thomas Lipton sailed in the America's Cup. Listed for $32 million, the seven-bedroom, 7.5-bath main home which dates back to 1880 contains original floors, moldings and porches.
Rolling green lawns fill the expanse between the three-story, 7,000 square-foot home atop a bluff and the Shelter Island Sound. The property includes more than 400 feet of water frontage, an 80-foot L-shaped dock and a 400 square-foot boathouse.
A 3,000 square-foot windmill has been converted into guest quarters with an entertainment level, a guest suite, a kitchen and living/dining room.
This East Marion Victorian, on the market for $1.2 million, includes six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. East Marion ; $1.2 million ; Daily Douglas Elliman Real Estate hoDAILY1019
This modern home on Shelter Island was originally designed to resemble a nautilus shell. Recently restored, it is on the market for $1.649 million.
The seller, artist Joseph La Piana, purchased the curved two-bedroom, pond-front house four years ago and restored it, replacing paneled surfaces with clear cedar and renovating the kitchen and bathrooms.