07/31/18 5:48am

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This newly constructed farmhouse in Orient is a dream for those seeking a rustic feel with all the modern comforts.

The methodically laid out 3,450-square foot home offers four large bedrooms, three full baths, two half baths and a salt water swimming pool, outlined with bluestone copping. (more…)

07/28/18 6:10am

Depending on your direction of travel, Orient typically serves as the beginning or the end.

The Cross Sound Ferry, located just west of the very tip of Orient Point, is the gateway to and from New England.

A “Welcome to New York” road sign greets you as you exit the boat and begin your journey along Route 25.

But for those traveling to the North Fork from the west, Orient is a welcome escape from other parts of New York and the last stop on the road. (more…)

07/04/18 6:10am

Cherry blossoms and historic buildings make Village Lane in Orient one of the most beautiful places on the East End. (Credit: David Benthal)

Something happens when you cross the causeway and pass the crab shack and Latham farm stand on your way to Orient.

It’s a feeling, something akin to traveling in a time machine, that is only heightened as you make the turn at the Civil War monument onto Village Lane.

A major part of the Orient Historic District, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, the buildings that line Village Lane still proudly carry a celebrated aesthetic of centuries past.  (more…)