This New Suffolk home is listed for $1,149,000. (Credit: Beninati and Associates, courtesy)
Located just a hop, skip and a jump from New Suffolk Beach, this four bedroom, two and a half bathroom home comes with stunning waterfront views.
Nestled on just over an acre of land, the property has a small pond in the backyard, adding to the “uniqueness of the home,” said listing agent Marie Beninati, of Beninati Associates.
It also offers a prime spot to enjoy a cup of coffee and the paper (The Suffolk Times, of course) in the morning.
“It has a wonderful porch that connects the master suite to the outdoors,” Beninati said. “It’s a really lovely spot to sit and enjoy and congregate with your family or friends.”
The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund held its second annual sailboat lighting on Saturday. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
One of the North Fork’s newest holiday traditions pays homage to the area’s maritime heritage.
The New Suffolk Water Front held its second annual sailboat lighting on Saturday.
The second annual New Suffolk sailboat lighting is set for Saturday. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder, file photo)
Many local hamlets and villages host an annual Christmas tree lighting to kick off the holiday season.
But New Suffolk’s tradition keeps with its nautical heritage.
Laurel, 2168 Main Road (Credit: Vera Chinese)
The postman’s unofficial creed — “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night” — applies just as much to postal patrons in the North Fork’s small hamlets as it does to postal employees themselves.
Celebrate tomatoes at Harbes Family Farm this weekend. (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)
Looking for something to do on the North Fork this weekend? Northforker has you covered.
Here are 5 events to check out this weekend. As always, visit
northforker.com/events for additional ideas.
The softshell crab sandwich served at Case’s Place (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)
It’s not often you’ll see soft-shell crab on a restaurant menu on the North Fork.
Case’s Place opens in New Suffolk (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)
The sun was shining, the sea was calm, it was the perfect day for a restaurant opening in New Suffolk.
Case’s Place, the seafood café that replaced the former Galley Ho restaurant, had a soft opening Wednesday.