10/02/18 5:55am

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This stunning custom-built estate in Mattituck has it all at a touch of a button.

The waterfront four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home has fully integrated systems that manage everything from the lights to the sound system through iPads for wireless control and monitoring. All that is left to do is enjoy the meticulously landscaped gardens and panoramic water views.

“Everything was done to perfection,” said listing agent Susan Orioli of NOFO Real Estate LLC. “It has a little something for everyone — for the boater, for the entertainer or someone who wants to get away for an easy relaxing weekend.” (more…)

09/29/18 6:00am

A bird’s eye view of Mattituck. (Credit: David Benthal)

If we were to pick one word to describe Mattituck, it would have to be “central.”

Located on the western edge of Southold Town, it’s positioned at the center of the North Fork.

But liked a baked apple pie you might pick up at a local farm stand, the hamlet itself is elevated by all the good stuff in the middle. READ

09/07/18 5:55am

Ryan, left, Jeff and Re Strong walk the dock at their marina in Mattituck Inlet. (Credit: Randee Daddona)

Along Mattituck Inlet, on a dock lined with boats of all kinds, Jeff, Re and Ryan Strong stop and wave to each captain passing by. They stop and chat with the boaters and keep a close eye out to make sure the slips are clear of any floating debris. 

For more than 70 years, the Strong family has helped cultivate a community of recreational boaters on the North Fork and beyond.  (more…)

08/21/18 5:54am

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Boaters will want to be first in line to get into the door — or, rather, onto the dock — of this Mattituck dream home.

The 2,400-square-foot home overlooks Mattituck Inlet, providing clear views of Strong’s Marina and the boats that pass peacefully through the waterway on lackadaisical summer afternoons. The boats are not just for looking at. The property boasts a fully equipped dock with electric that can accommodate your own personal yacht up to 50 feet. (more…)