Real Estate Transfers

12/20/2010 11:11 AM |

Editor’s note: Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 2010.
Aquebogue (11931)
• Hansen, R to Pennachia, Brian, 132 Fox Run Ln (600-85-1-10.56), (R), $325,000
Baiting Hollow (11933)
• Rafuse, B & A to Bernard, Andrew, 3 Pheasant Ln (600-99-1-13.15), (R), $310,000
Cutchogue (11935)
• Lukas, J to Roe Property LLC, 250 Cox Ln (1000-97-1-6.1), (C), $525,000
Greenport (11944)
• Smith, S & S to Gagen, Patrick, 1300 Seventh St (1000-48-3-16), (R), $210,000
Orient (11957)
• DeVoe, C by Executor to Squire, Charles, 3480 Orchard St (1000-27-3-3.3), (R), $630,000
Riverhead (11901)
• Belknap, D & M to Griffiths, Robert, 56 Louise Ct (600-17-1-8.15), (R), $650,000
• JNS Contracting LLC to Downs, Richard, 487 Reeves Ave (600-63-2-1.3), (R), $425,000
• Jackson, M to Gebhardt, Christian, 23 Grove St (600-65-3-15), (R), $105,000
• Southland Corp Employ to Montauk Properties LLC, 1054 Old Country Rd (600-108-3-21.2), (C), $2,005,000
Shelter Island (11964)
• Badger, M & M to Pitt, Eric, 12 Cove Way (700-18-3-59), (R), $1,900,000
Southold (11971)
• MCM Homes Inc to Matine, LLC, 215 Red Fawn Rd (1000-79-2-7.5), (V), $392,500
(Key: Tax map numbers = District-Section-Block-Lot; (A) = agriculture; (R) = residential; (V) = vacant property; (C) = commercial; (R&E) = recreation & entertainment; (CS) = community services; (I) = industrial; (PS) = public service; (P) = park land; as determined from assessed values in the current tax rolls.)



9 Comment

  • I went to LIU with Nick, we were in the same improv group together. He was a very funny guy, always had a smile on his face, and a checkered hat, sometimes a fadora, but always a hat. We worked together alot during Say Anything Improv, he was good at getting me to loosen up and have fun with the skits. He would always take the skits on some strange journey into the surreal, which always got laughs. I remember a lot of of times when we were on stage together we would get choosen to do the Bean Skit, anyone who saw us perform it will know the meaning of the following:
    For everyone who didn’t see it, or didn’t know him during his college years, you missed out on the twisted, irreverent, surreal humor of a very funny man.
    Nick buddy you will be missed.

  • i met nick and his wonderful family working at a local itaian restaurt at the time it was called gios and he frequented the dining quite often always had a smile on his face i even got a bear hug from him occasionly i honestly cant understand why god sometimes work in strange ways i can say that he was a true gentlemaan i will miss him vey much god bless u nick

  • Morgan, I’ve known Nick for about 10 years. Shared a band with him, went to hockey games and concerts, and spent so many days and nights just improvising comedy and peace love, harmony and good times.

    You really summed it up as well as anyone could… a dearly tragic loss.

  • my husband and i are a fan of his artwork, therefore the portraits we have by nick are priceless. my heart is heavy for his family

  • I never had a chance to meet nick wish i did. I have heard so many good things about the man. Nick was good friends with someone i love and care about so much.She Always Talked really highly of him. Nick you will be missed by so many

    Does anyone know any of the info on where he is buried

  • theres things i have said in my head i know hes hearing that i dont have to write here. but i will let everyone know that nick was the most sweet<silly<talanted<funny<and amazing guy. he was such a rare amazing gem. i will never get over this. A part of me is gone with you <3 I love you, Nick. Youre a lumberjack. 🙂 okay, later G! xoxoxooxoxxoox

  • i dont know why it did that but its supposed to say that he was a rare gem. and a part of me is gone with him, I love you G….i will never get over this.

  • I went to Southampton with Nick and was in the same Improv group. He was a great friend, and everyone liked him. He always made people feel appreciated and accepted. He had a hell of a lot of creative talent, both in his wit and his artwork. He is going to be sorely missed. I’ll never forget you, Nick.

  • Thank you all for the love of my brother we are touched by how many people he had inspired we miss you everyday nick your always in our hearts!!!