Here are 10 North Fork open houses scheduled for this weekend, ranging in price from $305,000 to $1,150,000. The property prices are listed in ascending order.
One of my favorite experiences reading The New York Times is stumbling across a review of a North Fork restaurant. Whether it’s a food critic’s take on one of my favorite places to eat or a dining spot I’ve never tried, it’s always a welcome sight to see a local place critiqued in the section.
Unfortunately, the Paper of Record decided to stop covering the Long Island dining scene last year.
Last summer, I set out to see just how many restaurants in our coverage area — from Wading River to Orient, including a ferry ride to Shelter Island — The Gray Lady has visited over the years. It was a fascinating trip through local dining history. (more…)
You just bought that old farm house on the North Fork of Long Island.
The early 19th century dream home with a front porch fit for a pitcher of lemonade and the big windows letting all the natural sunlight in. READ
In this week’s edition of One Minute on the North Fork we visited the historic Horton Point Lighthouse in Southold. (more…)
Just as our favorite North Fork past times change with the seasons, so do the activities of its local wildlife.
March marks the homecoming of osprey from their wintering areas in South America. Our freshwater rivers and streams come alive in April with the schools of alewife that have returned from a treacherous journey from the sea to spawn. As we enter May, another group of animals becomes active and often needs a little helping hand from us from time to time.
Emerging from their underground burrows, our local turtles are waking from their long winter hibernation and will quickly seek out the warmth of the sun for a “recharge.” (more…)