11/09/18 6:01am

Helene Verin in her Jamesport home. (Credit: David Benthal)

In 1926, a house on Manor Lane in Jamesport was built for $438. The small bungalow constructed on the east side of the road was not unlike others of its time. The style is one of many produced by Sears Modern Homes in the early to mid-1900s. 

Those in the market for a new house could flip through a catalog and select from the dozens of architectural designs available. The building materials arrived in a kit. (more…)

06/26/18 5:55am

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Life is pretty dreamy when the beach is your backyard.

It’s even better when the home comes move-in ready with all the bells and whistles. This South Jamesport ranch boasts eye-catching architectural details and has everything the modern homeowner desires, including a trendy ground-level master suite. (more…)

06/16/18 6:11am

The house at 144 South Jamesport Avenue hit the market a little more than a month ago. (Photos provided by Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty)

When Ed Meier moved into the historic Victorian at 144 South Jamesport Avenue nearly 40 years ago, he didn’t yet know the discoveries that awaited behind its hallowed walls. (more…)

04/28/18 6:00am
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The view of Jamesport from above. (Credit: David Benthal)

There’s a turning point as you head east into Aquebogue and Jamesport. 

The big box stores that dot Route 58 in Riverhead suddenly feel hundreds of miles away — not five as the GPS reminds — as you enter Aquebogue and Jamesport. 

The first communities flanked by both the Peconic Bay and the Long Island Sound, it’s where the small town coastal ambience that radiates across the North Fork begins.  (more…)