Designer Keith Mazzei created this nautical-inspired kitchen in this Nassau Point home. (Credit:Ric Marder Imagery)
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A kitchen is one of the most important rooms in any home. It’s where we spend a lot of our time — be it simple moments like opening the mail or more cherished activities like family dinners. In a space where so many memories are made, it’s easy to understand why the kitchen should be a personal oasis. (more…)
Artist renderings of the proposed units at the Harvest Pointe condominium complex in Cutchogue. (Credit: Courtesy photo)
A 124-unit condo complex is preparing to break ground in Cutchogue with the first units expected to be move-in ready by this time next year.
Harvest Pointe, which will occupy 46 acres near the intersection of School House Lane and Griffing Street, opened a nearby sales office earlier this month. On display there are artist renderings of the proposed units, layout plans and countertop samples for the 55-and-over community, previously known as Heritage at Cutchogue.
“We’re building a first-class condominium project,” said Robert Morrow of Kenilworth Equities, which is building the units along with Jeffrey Rimland of Rimland Development. “It’s something that hasn’t been done on the North Fork in 20 years.”(more…)
The back patio of 1105 Greenway West. (Credit: The Corcoran Group, courtesy)
We could get used to living like this.
The back patio of this Orient home, set next to a heated gunite pool, outdoor fireplace and sunken hot tub, offers the perfect setting for uncorking a bottle of Long Island cabernet franc and spending the night laughing with friends.
Located in the Green Acres neighborhood, this four-bedroom, 3.5-bath custom build offers a secluded setting great for having friends over but is equally suited for quiet nights in.
“It’s perfect for entertainment, but it’s really great for solitude,” said listing agent Sheri Winter Clarry of the Corcoran Group. “It’s such a serene setting.” (more…)
CSA programs offer meal and box-type programs locally. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
Everyone loves convenience, right? The concept of home-delivered meals with fresh ingredients you can cook yourself has taken a little while to catch on. But with companies like Blue Apron and Hello Fresh doing so well, it seems as though it finally has.
And guess what? You can create your own versions right here on the North Fork. As a bonus, you get to know the people growing and raising your food.
These local purveyors actually encourage you to come and visit their farms so you can see the who, what and where. Many also offer everything you need to make a full meal, recipes included.
There is super exciting stuff happening at the following farms. Sign me up! (more…)
The beach at the end of South Harbor Road in Southold. (Credit: Sheri Winter Clarry)
With the weather forecasted to stay consistently in the 50s next week and onward, it is time to embrace spring. Dare I say, we fared pretty darn well this winter. Certainly far better than the last two! (more…)