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…)
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.
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Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated July 15-21, 2014. (more…)
The interior of Times/Review headquarters, northforker.com’s parent company. (Credit: Gil Amiaga File Photo)
When visitors enter our building on Main Road in Mattituck for the first time, they almost always marvel at what a unique office space we work in.
Built in 1988, and designed to look somewhat like an old potato barn, the building was intended to look different from most any other newsroom — both inside and out. (more…)
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated June 31-July 14, 2014. (more…)
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated June 24-30, 2014. (more…)
The Kaisers check measurements near the barn’s cow box. The elder Mr. Kaiser said he’s waiting for the arrival of custom beams that will be used to reinforce the building’s structure. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The dirt that forms the floor of the large oak barn on Sound Avenue in Northville seems to have lain undisturbed for more than 250 years. The property itself, which includes an 18th-century farmhouse and second barn, has also remained largely intact throughout its history, with barely a handful of owners tending to it. (more…)
If you’re in the market for your own piece of paradise this Soundfront home is calling your name.
Priced at $2.4 million, no area of the 5 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom East Marion property has been overlooked.
Wether walking down private steps to the beach to enjoy the sunset or cozying up in your media room for a movie; it’s all about relaxation at this North Fork dream home.
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