Ever meet a staffer who greets you with a smile at a local restaurant or bar and say, “I wish I got to know more about that person.”
It happens to our staff all the time as we come across interesting people with big personalities making a living at cafés, markets, wineries and shops across the North Fork.
We recently sat down and made a list of some of our favorite folks we’ve come across and called them in for a series of brief interviews we’re calling “Fast Chat.” We’re kicking off the series this week with Lauren Lombardi of Lombardi’s Love Lane Market in Mattituck. (more…)
This slice of North Fork heaven just hit the market.
The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Mattituck home is tucked away on a quiet five-acre lot. Travel down the long private driveway lined with birch trees to arrive at the grand entrance of the 7,500-square-foot estate. (more…)
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…)