02/28/17 6:00am
This bayfront Cutchogue home offers views of Mud Creek. (Credit: The Corcoran Group)

This Cutchogue home offers views of Mud Creek. (Credit: The Corcoran Group)

This 3,200-square-foot Cutchogue home offers views of Mud Creek (it’s prettier than it sounds) and a private dock with access to Peconic Bay via Haywater Cove.

“It’s a really special location,” said listing agent Kate DiGregorio of The Corcoran Group. “When people buy a house there they end up staying for a very long time. You can watch the boat races across Robins Island. It’s special.” (more…)

02/21/17 6:01am
This property on Phillips Lane in Aquebogue has a barn that can accomodate up to six horses. (Credit: MLSLI.com)

This property on Phillips Lane in Aquebogue has a barn that can accommodate up to six horses. (Credit: MLSLI.com)

It’s a property perfect for horse lovers.

This expansive five-bedroom, 3.5-bath country-style home offers future residents the opportunity to board up to six horses. 

Set on eight acres, the Aquebogue property comes with an unattached six-stall barn and tack room. It also features a riding ring and turnout paddocks. (more…)

02/14/17 6:00am
2750 Minnehaha Blvd. in Southold.

2750 Minnehaha Blvd. in Southold has been listed for $1,550,000.

This four-bedroom, 3.5-bath expanded ranch is located in Southold’s Laughing Water community near Corey Creek and offers stunning views of Peconic Bay from most of its rooms.

Set on about two-thirds of an acre, the 2,300-square-foot home comes equipped with a private beach and dock.

“It’s a trophy home on the water,” said listing agent Matthew Hormann of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “It’s a piece of North Fork paradise.” (more…)

02/08/17 9:44am
The second highest single family home sale of 2016, on Aldrich Lane Extension in Mattituck, sold for $3.25 million, according to data from Suffolk Research Service. (Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate courtesy)

The third highest single family home sale of 2016, on Aldrich Lane Extension in Mattituck, sold for $3.25 million, according to data from Suffolk Research Service. (Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate courtesy)

Despite an overall drop across the East End in single-family home prices, properties in Riverhead, Southold and Shelter Island towns sold for more in 2016.

At the same time, unit sales for last year increased in all five towns, including Southampton and East Hampton, with 3,356 homes sold. That number was slightly higher than in 2015 and 37 percent higher than unit sales in 2012, data from Suffolk Research Service shows.

“Last year was very busy, very lively,” said Diane Mollica, an agent with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty in Mattituck. “[Buyers] started off looking for second homes, up to about $500,000. Then there was a surge in waterfront properties being sold late in the summer, so we finished up on the higher price with waterfronts.” (more…)