09/29/14 10:00am
09/29/2014 10:00 AM
Betty and Dave Pfeiffer moved to Glenwoods Oaks when they decided it was time to downsize from a large home in Hampton Bays in December 2013. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

Betty and Dave Pfeiffer moved to Glenwoods Oaks when they decided it was time to downsize from a large home in Hampton Bays in December 2013. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

Last year, Betty and Dave Pfeiffer decided it was time to downsize.

Their 10-room home and in-ground pool in Hampton Bays had served them well while their two sons were growing up, but the boys were now adults living in Riverhead.

“It was time to move along,” said Mr. Pfeiffer, a retired Suffolk County police officer.

Encouraged by the recommendation of their friends and eager to live closer to their children, the pair checked out the model manufactured homes at Glenwood Village, a 120-acre 55-and-older community located on Mill Road, just off Route 58, in Riverhead.

“And we didn’t look any further,” Mr. Pfeiffer recalled last week from the steps of his new three-bedroom, two-bath house in Glenwood Oaks, Glenwood Village’s enclave of recently constructed properties. “We bought the model.”  (more…)

09/21/14 8:00am
09/21/2014 8:00 AM
Built in 1900 for Joseph and Ella Boldry Hallock, the Ann Currie-Bell House is Southold Historical Society's centerpiece. At left is the museum complex's Pine Neck Barn, a 1700s English-style structure built with hand-hewn beams. (Credit: Rachel Young)

Built in 1900 for Joseph and Ella Boldry Hallock, the Ann Currie-Bell House is Southold Historical Society’s centerpiece. At left is the museum complex’s Pine Neck Barn, a 1700s English-style structure built with hand-hewn beams. (Credit: Rachel Young)

Founded in 1960, the Southold Historical Society owns more than a dozen buildings dating from 1750 to the turn of the 20th century, most of which sit at the intersection of Main Road and Maple Lane. The organization has its headquarters in the 19th-century Henry W. Prince building in downtown Southold and also operates a nautical museum at Horton Point Lighthouse.  (more…)

09/16/14 7:00am
09/16/2014 7:00 AM

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If you are eyeing a property with surf, sand and gorgeous outdoor space, then consider this $2.9 million Jamesport beach home.

The five-bedroom home has stunning views of the South Fork overlooking the Great Peconic Bay. The inside isn’t too shabby either. All the bedrooms have a private bathroom and there is plenty of living space for large family gatherings.

See the complete listing on northforker.com.