Mashomack Preserve on a spring day. (Credit: James Colligan, courtesy)
There was a time when the phrase “get lost” was an insult. These days, it’s therapy.
When the world becomes too much for you, Shelter Island — the pearl in the prongs of the North and South forks — has thousands of acres of wooded trails, quiet country roads, and deserted beaches where you can treat your short fuse with a long walk. (more…)
Nicholas Morehead, the chief operations officer of South Ferry Company. (Credit: Katelyn Knapp)
Shelter Island is a quiet retreat in the off-season and a vibrant, bustling destination for tourism during the summer. And visitors coming from the Hamptons or headed to the South Fork really have just one way of getting on and off the island — the South Ferry.
Nicholas Morehead, chief operations officer for the South Ferry Company, describes the high season as an exciting and challenging time. He enjoys the variety of tasks that his role includes.
“This is a small family business.” Morehead said. “It has been in the Clark family for a few hundred years and is an amazing family legacy and story.” (more…)
This four-bedroom, 3.5-bath traditional on Shelter Island is anything but.
Set on just under an acre, it offers everything you need for a lifetime of outdoor living and entertaining.
“It has a beautiful patio, pool, cabana and outdoor fireplace,” said listing agent and realtor Debra Von Brook Binder of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “This would appeal to the majority of people who are coming out here.” (more…)