The decor inside Cindy Schmidt’s home was a standout during the Oysterponds Historical Society 2016 Holiday House Tour. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
Step inside the holiday-themed and decorated homes of East Marion and Orient residents to celebrate the season and help a good cause.
Oysterponds Historical Society hosts its annual Holiday House Tour this Saturday, December 9 from noon to 4 p.m. The self-guided tour features new and old homes dressed in seasonal finery.
Nicki Gohorel inside the Orient Country Store. (Credit: Kelly Zegers)
Wherever in the world Nicki Gohorel goes, she’s sure to leave space in her suitcase for new spices and other flavors she discovers.
She’ll spend at least an hour perusing local markets for new inspiration to use in recipes for her custom nut butter business, Simply Nicki, and in dishes at the Orient Country Store, where she works.
“I am a supermarket addict,” she said. “It’s just all the new things you see and the food. I need to fill my suitcase.” (more…)
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Seated on over two acres of land, this Orient ranch-style home connects owners to wildlife with a butterfly sanctuary in the backyard and frequent furry visitors. (more…)
My name is Miriam Foster. I’m the proprietor of the Orient Country Store here on Village Lane in Orient.
This Orient property is listed for $10,000,000. (Credit: The Corcoran Group)
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It’s rare that compounds like this come on to the North Fork real estate market.
This 26-acre property in Orient — with 520 feet on Long Island Sound — offers picture perfect sunsets, an elegant backdrop for entertaining and one of the region’s most expansive parcels.
“The property just glows,” said listing agent Sheri Winter Clarry of The Corcoran Group. “That’s the best way to put it.”
This Orient home is on the market for $1,999,999. (Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate)[/caption
This contemporary home in Orient comes with the finest finishes and plenty more.
Located just steps from the Long Island Sound, the decks off all three floors of the house offer panoramic views of the water.
“There’s a spiral staircase to an observation deck on the third floor,” said listing agent Jill Dunbar, of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “You can see Gardiner’s Island and everything. It’s amazing.”
With charming storefronts and friendly business owners at places like the Orient Country Store, Orient Linen Co. and pie shop Four & Twenty Blackbirds, we love Village Lane in Orient.
But we also recommend taking a stroll to its end and watching the gentles waters of Peconic Bay lap against the shore.