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If you are in search of peace and quiet, this North Fork Dream Home in Baiting Hollow is your ultimate escape.
The newly listed three-bedroom, five-bathroom estate is situated in a parklike setting with nearly three acres of manicured landscaping and a private pond. Serene mornings can be spent enjoying coffee and watching the frogs hop from lily pad to lily pad, or in one of the secret gardens.
Rough Rider Straight Bourbon Whisky. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
The drink evokes a wide range of images from dive bar toughs slugging shots to Hemingway-esque men of means and leisure sipping amber liquid from crystal glasses in posh libraries.
But what exactly is it?
I’m Sharon Rubin Levine, one of the owners of Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard and one of the founders of Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue.
This Baiting Hollow home is listed for $1,100,000. (Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty)
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Seated on a cliff overlooking the Long Island Sound, this Baiting Hollow property might trick you into thinking you’re in Malibu. (more…)
Driving along Sound Avenue in Baiting Hollow, you might notice kinetic sculptures made from recycled shovels turning with the wind.
They’re among several metal creations that dot the landscape outside Giles Nursery.
What you might not realize is that they’re the handcrafted work of nursery owner Eric Giles, whose home and workshop are also located on the property.
Every one of his sculptures is made from recycled materials. (more…)
Fred Terry Sr. outside Lobster Roll Northside in 2015. (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy, file photo)
The Lobster Roll Northside in Baiting Hollow and the adjacent North Fork Tasting Room have changed hands.
Michael McCann has taken over the two businesses and will rename the 100-seat restaurant Sound Bistro, according to Lobster Roll founder and property owner Fred Terry Sr.
The main tasting room at Riverhead Ciderhouse in Baiting Hollow. (Credit: Krysten Massa)
There’s a little something for everyone at Riverhead Ciderhouse in Baiting Hollow.
The new tasting room, featuring cider, beer, wine and food, opened Friday on Sound Avenue, where it was recently approved to operate under a 90-day permit during Long Island Winterfest.