Thirty West Main Street. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The Riverhead Chamber of Commerce is relocating its headquarters to Thirty West Main, the newly renovated shared workspace complex co-owned by commercial real estate broker Georgia Malone. It has a June 1 move-in date.
“We knew about Thirty West Main because Ms. Malone invited us to her ribbon-cutting facility, where we were able to tour the facility,” chamber president Brian Curtin said. “It was the only place we visited when looking for a new place to call home.” (more…)
The New Hampshire chickens at Shinn Estate Vineyard in Mattituck lay their eggs in old wine barrels. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The USDA considers the popularity of raising chickens in backyard coops a “ growing phenomenon” across America.
The North Fork is no exception.
Read more about raising backyard chickens on northforker.com.
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Feb. 10-16, 2015. (more…)
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Feb. 2-9, 2015. (more…)
There is plenty of space to entertain in this $1.2 million Riverhead dream home.
The post modern cedar shingle home located on a quiet cul-de-sac boasts a chef’s kitchen, open floor plan through several spacious living areas and multi-level mahogany decks perfect for taking in serene views of the Long Island Sound.
Bonus: When its time to turn in for the night you’ll enjoy a fireplace in the master suite.
View the complete listing at northforker.com
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Jan. 26-Feb. 1, 2015. (more…)
The property includes mature vines producing pinot noir, merlot and chardonnay. (Credit: Town & Country Real Estate)
One of Long Island’s pioneering wine families has sold nearly 90 acres of waterfront land in Cutchogue to a mystery buyer — including nearly 30 acres of mature vineyards — in an arrangement that will allow the family to retain control of those vines for nearly a decade.
The land in question amounts to just a small parcel of a vast amount of grape-producing acreage controlled by the Damianos family, which owns and operates about 130 vineyard acres for Duckwalk Vineyards as well as 360 acres for Long Island’s largest wine producer, Pindar Vineyards.
The move will not affect wine production, as the Damianos clan will maintain the land and harvest the grapes per a seven-year renewable lease, according to those involved in the deal.
Read more on northforker.com.
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Jan. 19-25, 2015. (more…)