He retired from his job as an electrician in 1999, but Nick Ranieri still averages an eight-hour workday.
Each morning, the 78-year-old Mattituck resident rises around 7 a.m. An hour or two later, he laces his white New Balance sneakers and retreats to his impressive backyard vegetable garden READ
Driving up the long blue gravel driveway at Nancy and Francis Deegan’s Mattituck home gives the sense of entering a fairy tale garden. READ
Walking among the five buildings that comprise the East End Arts complex can feel more like taking a stroll through a country estate than an organization’s headquarters. READ
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTODiane Dunbar outside her Greenport office.
She didn’t relocate to the North Fork full time until the early 2000s, but Diane Dunbar’s memories of the area began taking shape when she was a child, during summers at her family’s East Marion cottage on Peconic Bay. READ
When the housing bubble burst in 2008, home prices across the country plummeted. The ensuing crisis slashed property values nationwide, and the North Fork and Riverhead were not spared. READ
It’s certainly not uncommon for a real estate agent to also have another full-time career, but few local realtors have followed the same path as Corcoran’s Ryan Springer. READ
Local interior designers will be ringing in the new year with natural materials, clean lines and warm colors. READ