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Unique & Luxurious Waterfront | Mattituck $4,300,000 | 6-BR, 5.5-BA | Web# 2822613 Co-Listed: Kristy Naddell M: 631.905.8584

One-of-a-Kind Location | Cutchogue $1,695,000 | 3-BR, 2.5-BA | Web# 2981628

Spacious Post Modern | Mattituck $1,495,000 | 4-BR, 3-BA | Web# 2967991

Pristine 1860 Farmhouse | Cutchogue $999,000 | 4-BR, 2-BA | Web# 2950086

Stunning Ranch Near Sandy Bay Beach | Peconic $860,000 | 3- BR, 2-BA | Web# 2987586

North Fork Farmhouse | Cutchogue $799,000 | 3-BR, 2.5-BA | Web# 2965587

THOMAS UHLINGER Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker O : 631.298.6120 M: 516.319.0323 thomas.uhlinger@elliman.com

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110 WALT WHITMAN ROAD, HUNTINGTON STATION, NY, 11746. 631.549.7401 © 2018 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. IF YOUR PROPERTY IS CURRENTLY LISTED WITH ANOTHER REAL ESTATE BROKER, PLEASE DISREGARD THIS OFFER. IT IS NOT OUR INTENTION TO SOLICIT THE OFFERINGS OF OTHER REAL ESTATE BROKERS. WE COOPERATE WITH THEM FULLY. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.


Impeccable Design, Astounding Privacy | Peconic $2,895,000 | 3-BR, 3.5-BA | Web# 3000944 John de Reeder O: 631.298.6161

17.5 Level and Cleared Acres | Calverton $1,299,000 | Web# 2979332 Bob Pace M: 631.848.2345

3.5 Private and Spacious Acres | East Marion $1,100,000 | 4-BR, 2.5-BA | Web# 2967636 Kathleen Lloyd M: 516.318.4177

4 Acres of Scenic Shorefront | Southold $995,000 | 4-BR, 3-BA | Web# 2928396 John de Reeder O: 631.298.6161

Beauty And The Beach | Greenport $749,000 | 4-BR, 2.5-BA | Web# 2955631 Deborah Kusa M: 631.377.2871

Expansive Ranch on Serene Long Creek | Mattituck $699,000 | 3-BR, 1.5-BA | Web# 2956460 René Giacobbe M: 516.551.4987

GREENPORT SALES OFFICE 124 Front Street, Greenport, New York 11944 Office: 631.477.2220

MATTITUCK SALES OFFICE 10200 Main Road, Mattituck, New York 11952 Office: 631.298.8000

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110 WALT WHITMAN ROAD, HUNTINGTON STATION, NY, 11746. 631.549.7401 © 2018 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. IF YOUR PROPERTY IS CURRENTLY LISTED WITH ANOTHER REAL ESTATE BROKER, PLEASE DISREGARD THIS OFFER. IT IS NOT OUR INTENTION TO SOLICIT THE OFFERINGS OF OTHER REAL ESTATE BROKERS. WE COOPERATE WITH THEM FULLY. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.


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Rare, Picturesque 6 Plus Acres | Greenport | $636,000 | Cleared 6.61 Acres. Backs up to Peconic Land Trust Preserve. Close to Peconic Bay and Greenport Village. Web# 2998140

Building Lot, Privacy & Deeded Beach Right at Truman’s | East Marion Mattituck Waterview Building Lot | Mattituck $249,000 | 0.6 Acre | Web# 2990009 $195,000 | 0.4 Acre | Web# 2929068

JILL DUNBAR Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker O : 631.333.4058 M: 631.278.5324 jill.dunbar@elliman.com

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110 WALT WHITMAN ROAD, HUNTINGTON STATION, NY, 11746. 631.549.7401 © 2018 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. IF YOUR PROPERTY IS CURRENTLY LISTED WITH ANOTHER REAL ESTATE BROKER, PLEASE DISREGARD THIS OFFER. IT IS NOT OUR INTENTION TO SOLICIT THE OFFERINGS OF OTHER REAL ESTATE BROKERS. WE COOPERATE WITH THEM FULLY. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.


Under Contract in 21 Days | Jamesport $675,000 | 4-BR, 2.5-BA | Web# 2992829 Thomas McCloskey M: 516.680.0118

Home Of Distinction, Private Beach | Riverhead $625,000 | 4-BR, 4.5-BA | Web# 2998067 Bidwell/Hogrefe Team M:631.834.2341

Elevated Building Lot Overlooking the Sound Southold | $599,000 | 0.98 Acre | Web# 2978825 Thomas McCloskey M: 516.680.0118

New Construction Summer Getaway | Mattituck $539,000 | 3-BR, 2-BA | Web# 2990015 Lisa Davey M: 516.807.2377

Storage Building | Riverhead $505,000 | 8,000 sf, 12 ft Ceilings | Web# 2987291 Bob Pace M: 631.848.2345

Cutchogue Building Lot | Cutchogue $269,000 | 1.28 Acres | Web# 2975141 Paul Loeb M: 631.553.5255

GREENPORT SALES OFFICE 124 Front Street, Greenport, New York 11944 Office: 631.477.2220

MATTITUCK SALES OFFICE 10200 Main Road, Mattituck, New York 11952 Office: 631.298.8000

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110 WALT WHITMAN ROAD, HUNTINGTON STATION, NY, 11746. 631.549.7401 © 2018 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. IF YOUR PROPERTY IS CURRENTLY LISTED WITH ANOTHER REAL ESTATE BROKER, PLEASE DISREGARD THIS OFFER. IT IS NOT OUR INTENTION TO SOLICIT THE OFFERINGS OF OTHER REAL ESTATE BROKERS. WE COOPERATE WITH THEM FULLY. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.


PROPERTY SHOWCASE

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TIMELESS WATERFRONT COMPOUND IN ORIENT PRESENTED BY SHERI WINTER CLARRY OF THE CORCORAN GROUP

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imeless, sophisticated and chic. Located on over 26 acres with 500 feet of sprawling private beach on the Long Island Sound. This property features a two-bedroom guest cottage, pool with pool house, tennis court and 3-car garage. The livable outdoor spaces add to the expanse of this waterfront compound and are perfect for indoor-outdoor entertaining.

Sheri Winter Clarry Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker The Corcoran Group swc@corcoran.com Office: 631.899.0613 Cell: 631.848.7730

A QUICK LOOK: Price: $10,000,000 Bedrooms: 6 (incl. 1st & 2nd Master Suites) Bathrooms: 4.5 Style: Nantucket Acreage: 26.69

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PAGE 6 COVER PROPERTY Timeless North Fork Waterfront Compound Presented by Sheri Winter Clarry The Corcoran Group PAGE 12 SOUND BYTES Cooking Experiences on the North Fork PAGES 16 - 17 BUILDERS SHOWCASE Builders of the North Fork PAGE 18 EAST END ECO PECONIC LAND TRUST Celebrating 35 Years of Conservation

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Sold With Development Rights Intact, This 12.6-Acre Water View Parcel Provides Attractive Investment Potential For Developers And Hobby Farmers Alike. 2705IndianNeckLane.c21.com | ML2804849

Perfect For Entertaining: Radiant Heated Concrete Floors, Open Floor Plan Kitchen/Family Room, Livingroom With Wet Bar & Glass Wine Cellar. 645GolfViewCt.c21.com | ML2957540

Prestigious Oregon Road Area Waterfront Land Just Waiting For A New Build! Approximately 180 Ft. Of Water Frontage. Views Of The Long Island Sound Await! 500 Castle Hill Rd | ML2961033

Joseph DiVello | 631.655.7999

Gerald “Jerry” Cibulski | 631.404.2507

Michael Hejmej | 631.375.9471

$889,000 Jamesport

$435,000 Southold

Calverton

Cape-Cod Home Located On Cul-De-Sac. Meticulously Maintained With 4 Brs, 2 Baths, Hardwood Floors Throughout,Cac Finished Basement. And Above Ground Pool. 1760MiddleRd.c21.com | ML2994051

Mary Ellen Ellwood | 631.806.7516

Be Prepared For Panoramic Water Views On Harshamomaque Pond Located In Southold Park District With Founders Landing & Hortons Lighthouse BeachAccess. 2155LongCreekDr.c21.com | ML2996675

Gerald “Jerry” Cibulski | 631.404.2507

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Overlooking Martha Clara Vineyards, Enjoy Privacy With Plenty Of Space To Entertain! Brand New Bathrooms, Updated Kitchen And Vaulted Ceilings. 7WindyAcres.c21.com | ML2975247

Michael Hejmej | 631.375.9471

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Golf Course Property With A Beautiful Beach & Spectacular Sunsets! Desirable Pebble Beach Location! One Floor Living, Split Bedrooms, Freshly Painted Inside & Out. 310 The Greenway | ML2976342

Room To Grow! An Oversized Ranch With Brand New Kitchen And Bathrooms. Located In The Fleets Neck Property OwnersAssociationAnd Cutchogue Park District. 725HoldenAve.c21.com | ML2997948

Ranch In Eastern Shores With 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths Features A Chic Studio Bedroom With A Full Bath & Separate Entrance. Great As A Guest Room Or Studio. 450TaskerLane.c21.com | ML2998400

Cindy B. Schmidt| 631.949.9677

Gerald “Jerry” Cibulski | 631.404.2507

Julia Robins | 631.478.1719

Visit us online at AlbertsonRealty.com 1146 Main Rd, Jamesport 631.722.2600

54280 Main Rd, Southold 631.765.3800

102 South St, Greenport 631.477.2730


PRESI DENT / CEO Jim M iller CO- PUBLI SHERS Kat hy Silvanovich Cl audet t e Gr eenst ein CREATI VE DI RECTOR John Lasur do Pantone’s Color of the Year - Ultra Violet

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Welcome to the Presidents’ Day 2018 issue of North Fork Real Estate Showcase. Featured on this month’s front cover, Sherri Winter Clarry of the Corcoran Group presents a timeless and sophisticated waterfront compound on 500 feet of private Long Island Sound beach in Orient. Enjoy spectacular sunsets and absolute privacy in this amazing setting in one of the most desirable locations on the North Fork. This being our special “Color” issue, Rachel Bosworth takes a closer look at Pantone’s 2018 color of the year – Ultra Violet (page 28). East End interior designers are gearing up to use this cosmic color in their new designs and there are some great home décor items to be found in this exciting new shade (page 26). Also in this issue, be sure to check out Ruth Thomas’ Marketwatch report to read about the 2018 forecast for the North Fork real estate market. A banner year is already being predicted for both sales and rentals (page 21); Sam Wilson’s “Salt and Oil,” featuring a conversation with nautical photographer Vincent Rose; Rachel Bosworth’s “Builders on the North Fork,” takes a look at building trends on the North Fork; “East End Eco,” featuring the important work of the Peconic Land Trust, celebrating 35 years of preserving our precious East End environment for future generations; and “Sound Bytes,” our new monthly feature showcasing all of the great happenings here on the North Fork (page 12). Don’t forget to visit our completely redesigned website at NorthForkRealEstateShowcase.com for our interactive digital magazine (with all of our past issues archived), the latest news about the North Fork real estate scene, home design, lifestyle and much more. Thanks for reading and enjoy the issue!

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CUTCHOGUE  $460,000 EXCLUSIVE Web#05578 Ultimate Privacy on this 2.15 Acre Partially Cleared Lot; Around the Block from Cedar Beach Park. JEANMARIE BAY, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson 917.519.4180 (c) JBay@TownAndCountryHamptons.com MARYSE BRANSFIELD, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson 631.965.8940 (c) MBransfield@TownAndCountryHamptons.com

SOUTHOLD  EXCLUSIVE Soundfront, stylish 4 bedroom home with sublime sunsets. Waterside deck, fully bulkheaded. NICHOLAS PLANAMENTO, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker 631.948.0143 (c) NPlanamento@TownAndCountryHamptons.com

$1,750,000 Web#54704

JAMESPORT  $449,000 EXCLUSIVE Web#34247 Hidden From View Rustic Craftsman Cottage, 3BR/2B, CAC/FP, Beach, Tennis, Marina Nearby. KATE CARPLUK, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker 631.838.7608 (c) Kate@TownAndCountryHamptons.com

CUTCHOGUE  $899,000 EXCLUSIVE Web#25963 Waterfront Ranch with Dock on East Creek. Beautiful Home with Gorgeous Views. PATRICIA RICHARDS, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson 631.276.5261 (c) PRichards@TownAndCountryHamptons.com EAST HAMPTON 631.324.8080

BRIDGEHAMPTON 631.537.3200

SOUTHAMPTON 631.283.5800

WESTHAMPTON BEACH 631.288.3030

MONTAUK 631.668.0500

SOUTHOLD 631.765.0500

MATTITUCK 631.298.0600

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ew Year, new everything. There are the usual resolutions made every year, and sometimes a fun one you actually want to keep. On the North Fork, we take pride in our farms and food, craft vineyards, breweries, and distilleries, and everything that comes out of it. Luckily, the North Fork is community driven, and local chefs and vintners are willing to share their own tips and tricks, allowing you to recreate delicious meals celebrating the area’s bounty. Here are some limited-edition cooking demonstrations and classes going on this month. COOKING CLASSES AT LOVE LANE KITCHEN Perhaps you want to learn some new skills, or maybe you just want to take a fun class to break up the dead of winter on the North Fork. Regardless of your reasons, the winter cooking classes at Love Lane Kitchen in Mattituck are a favorite way to get out of the house. These hands-on classes guided by the restaurant’s own chef teach participants basic knife skills and safety while they prepare a fresh dish, and later enjoy as well. Think vegetable risotto, fresh pasta, crab risotto, and mushroom crepes. Classes are Thursday nights, $70 per person, and include a complimentary glass of wine or beer. Space is limited, so call for details and sign up asap!

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COUPLES COOK AT SANG LEE FARMS Eating healthy can be a challenge, and in the New Year this very well may be one of your resolutions. Eating is a good thing – you need to do it to survive! So, give your body a healthy boost and nourish it with fresh, certified organic produce from Sang Lee Farms in Peconic. Not sure where to start? Join them for a couples cooking class on Tuesday, February 13.You’ll learn and make something that is not only delicious, but good for you with culinary nutritionist Stefanie Sacks. Local wine is available for those who wish. After you and your sweetheart finish the evening, all couples will enjoy a community meal and educational and inspiring conversation. Class is $250 per couple and registration is required. CHEF’S TABLE AT THE HALYARD Chef Glen Zamarra exemplifies living the best of both worlds in NewYork.The chef and owner of Mas (farmhouse) in Manhattan recently set up shop in Greenport with the opening of The Halyard at the Sound View, featuring local fish, produce, and wines from the North Fork and surrounding regions. Coupling food, wine, and education, Chef Zamarra is hosting cooking demonstrations and classes called Chef ’s Table. On Saturday, February 10 the class will focus on oysters, with a conversation about these beloved bivalves and tasting of local varieties and various preparations. This will be part of a larger Valentine’s Day event, which is definitely worth checking out. On Sunday, February 25, Chef ’s Table will feature a demo with braised short ribs with butternut risotto. Tickets are $35 per person, and includes a glass of wine. Reservations are recommended.

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Smoked Blue Fish

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COOKING EXPERIENCES ON THE NORTH FORK

SUNDAYS WITH GRANDMA When the world seems to shine like you’ve had too much wine, that’s amore. This is just one of many songs you’re guaranteed to hear winemaker Salvatore Diliberto sing at Diliberto Winery in Jamesport during their February and March pasta demonstration and wine pairing dinners. Sundays with Grandma features a four-course homemade meal paired with select vintages the winery produces. While Mr. Diliberto demonstrates how to make homemade pasta, just like grandma, guests will enjoy various homemade Italian dishes. It will make you feel like you’re back in your childhood sitting in Grandma’s kitchen. Dinners are $85 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required.

Chef Glen Zamarra

Photo: Read McKendree

SOUND BYTES

Cheese Board & Wine


HONESTY, INTEGRITY & EXPERT LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

SOUTHOLD

$749,000

Inviting 3 bedroom Ranch in the coveted Harbor Lights community directly across from private association beach. Welcoming floor plan, living room with fireplace, kitchen and dining room. Sliding doors open to large deck for summer entertaining. MLS# 2996992

SOUTHOLD

EXCLUSIVE

$475,000

MATTITUCK

$499,000

Lovingly maintained Cape nestled w/in a mature and private 1/2 acre parcel. Offering 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1-car attached garage, full basement w/OSE and room for a pool. This home is the perfect year-round home or summer getaway. Well-appointed and located within a quiet neighborhood, This home is sure to disappear quickly. MLS# 2990843 EXCLUSIVE

SOUTHOLD

$499,000

NEW SUFFOLK

$699,000

Adorable move-in ready 3 bedroom Cape in the soughtafter quaint Village of New Suffolk. One block from the water and only steps away from one of the best beaches on The North Fork. Won’t Last! MLS# 2976584

RIVERHEAD

EXCLUSIVE

$499,000

Great opportunity to be a member of the coveted Goose Neck Estates community with association beach, park and docking rights. Park your boat in front of your house for a fraction of the price!

The perfect East End getaway! 3BR, 2 bath renovated Cottage nestled in coveted Goose Bay Estates. Enjoy summer nights with family and friends dining on the screened porch with glimpses of the creek and relaxing after a tough day at the many nearby beautiful bay beaches.

Attractive and spacious 3BR, 3BA Split Level style home on 1 acre overlooking scenic farmland and the Rolling Hills of LI National Golf Course. This perfect family home features central air conditioning, a two-car attached garage, two fireplaces and family room.

MLS# 2910152

MLS# 2990421

MLS# 2971937

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$859,000

Impressive Post Modern home situated on 1.7 secluded acres adjacent to preserved land offering sunsets over grape vines stretching to the horizon. Enjoy quite nights on the private deck off the master bedroom suite or evenings with friends and family on the covered deck. The home boasts 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, spacious formal dining room, and family room. Pool permit in process. MLS# 2987592

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Thomas J. McCarthy Real Estate, Inc.

46520 Rt. 48 | Southold, NY 11971 631.765.5815 | thomasjmccarthy.com | office@thomasjmccarthy.com


Colony Realty 1327 Main Road, P.O Box 678 Jamesport, New York 11947

Specializing in Equestrian Properties

Tel: 631-722-5800 Fax: 631-722-5951 Residential - Commercial - Waterfront

JAMESPORT: Bayfront! Location! Location! 2.395 Sq. Ft. Cape with spectacular bay views. Rare find. 140’ of sandy bay beach. Also boat dock. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, Great room with stone fireplace. Room for expansion! $1,995,000

AQUEBOGUE: Private 8 Acre Estate. Custom farmhouse with 5 BRs, 4 baths, LR, DR & custom kitchen. Master ensuite on 1st floor. Full finished basement w/outside entrance. Horse barn has electric & water, riding ring & paddocks. Wood stove, HW floors. $1,350,000

JAMESPORT: Deeded Beach, Panoramic Waterview Arts & Craft Style Custom 2-Story. 4 BRs, 3 baths. Gourmet galley kitchen, upper deck off Master BR Suite with jacuzzi tub & large shower. Large screened porch. Exercise room. Detached 2+ garage with studio. Very close to Sandy Beach. $1,249,000

LAUREL: Custom 3,000 Sq. Ft. Brick Ranch With Deeded Beach Rights! This home features living room, formal dining room, family room, eat-in kitchen, master bedroom with bath and additional 3 bedrooms and bath. Large laundry room. Walk-Up attic. $799,000

JAMESPORT: Stunning 3500 sq. ft. Victorian. Private landscaped setting on 1 acre. 4 BRs & 3.5 baths. 2 Master Bedroom Suites. Large EIK, formal LR, formal DR, family room/fireplace. Geothermal heat, central air and solar panels. Finished basement. 3-car garage. $949,000

BAITING HOLLOW: Beach Front Bungalow, Beautiful Sandy Beach, Extraordinary Sunsets & Sunrises. Unpretentious & Casual. Paddle boarding, kayaking, wine country, close to Tanger Mall & restaurants. Your Simple Summer Lifestyle Begins Here. $799,000

BAITING HOLLOW: Sophisticated & Modern. Elegantly appointed Contemporary on park-like acre+. 4 BRs, 3 baths. Private setting. Swimming pool. Formal LR/fireplace, FDR, new gourmet EIK & family room. Master Suite/balcony. Circular drive, garage, full basement. $ 699,000

BAITING HOLLOW: Soundfront Condo with Panoramic Views. Amazing Sunsets. Fully furnished. 2016 total renovation - heat, new windows, granite kitchen, insulation, central air, baths & hardwood floors. 2 BRs, 2 baths. Amenities - pool, tennis & beach. Reduced! $539,900

JAMESPORT: Country Ranch with Deeded Private Beach. Very short distance to the Sound. Great year round or vacation home. 3+ BRs, 1.5 baths, LR/ fireplace, kitchen, dining area, porch. Deck, outside shower & shed. $549,000


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BUILDERS SHOWCASE

BUILDERS ON THE NORTH FORK WHAT’S NEW AND HERE TO STAY IN CONSTRUCTION TRENDS

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s in every market, the style of homes on the East End are unique to their respective areas. The same is true in a hyper local sense between the North Fork and the Hamptons. Both embody the out east beach lifestyle that has attracted first and second homeowners from various parts of western Long Island, into the five boroughs, and beyond. Contractors have found themselves busy year-round, updating existing homes in time for summer, renovating before the holidays, and building from the ground up. Four North Fork builders are sharing what they see for 2018 in terms of new and old trends. Patrick Miceli of Miceli Builders in Wading River shares that his signature style is representative of the East End, which he describes as the cedar shake beach house look. “It is a house that breaks in and weathers without compromising overall integrity,” Miceli explains. “If you travel up the island you never see some of the materials used out east. Everything is maintenance-free, plastic, vinyl materials.” Listing open floor plans, curbless and frameless showers, and two-tone kitchens as popular trends, Miceli says there has also been an influx of homeowners renovating existing homes and adding additions to primary residences for elderly family members as well as for apartment rental income. There has also been a resurgence in subway tiles in construction. Miceli also feels people will be spending more in 2018, as purchasing decisions are reflective of the economy.

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A difference between North Fork and Hamptons homes are the owners, according to Miceli. Younger families from places like Brooklyn and Queens are choosing the North Fork. “They build in a manner that is personal to themselves, whereas South Shore clients make every building decision based on what everybody considers to be the best or what will impress their weekend guests,” he explains. “Those are strictly with investment and resale in mind, whereas the North Forker makes a purchase decision based on a house where they want to retire in.” Bosworth and Edgett Construction Corp.

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Gabrielsen Builders

Construction Corp. is based out of Laurel and works on both forks. He shares that the influx of European clients over the last five or six years has led to an increase in contemporary homes, something he says hasn’t be seen on the East End since the 1990s. “There is a sense of redundancy to a point as they are very prone to keeping the same theme throughout, but with some interesting finishes that are a culmination of old and new,” Bosworth says. “We have built many traditional homes, but it seems that the contemporary model is coming back in a big way. It is challenging to build this way, as it is completely untraditional in that we are basically building in a reverse order to attain the ‘modern’ look.” Sharing a typical home consists of framing the structure, then insulating, installing drywall, and the trim, Bosworth explains that with the contemporary style, the trim is first installed with little or no trim work. “This attains a cleaner, more utilitarian look throughout,” he says. “Although the finishes are mostly the same, it creates a fluidity throughout the home and a more simplistic look, although it is anything but.” Fourth generation builder Ken Heidtmann’s family has been working with their hands for as long as he can remember, which is the aspect of his own career he enjoys most. “I’ve always had a

passion for building, but it was for a different kind of structure,” he says, sharing that he moved off of Long Island years ago to pursue a career in boat building. “For the last 10 years, I’ve worked with some of the best boat builders in New England, whom I still consider great friends. I’ve decided to come home to not only work with my family, but to build my own path where I’ve grown up and my family will grow up.” Popular trends on the North Fork are nautical, modern, and rustic, Heidtmann says, with metal and a lot of white. For what’s new in 2018, exteriors are beginning to change. “The exteriors of homes are changing to composite materials, which are less costly for the homeowners in the long run,” Heidtmann, who is based in Southold and owns Ken Heidtmann Construction, explains. “Think of features such as decks, siding, window and door trim, etc.” Robert Gabrielsen also comes from a long line of contractors. He began working in the industry at the age of 17 with his family at Gabrielsen Builders on the North Fork. Changes over the decades his family have noticed have been permitting processes, codes, energy efficiency, and design. He agrees there has been an increase in modern homes being built, yet there are still many of the traditional style homes reflective of the area that are popping up as well. Gabrielsen says this style will continue remain timeless if P R E S I D E N T S ’ D AY 2 0 1 8

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done with authenticity. For what’s new, Gabrielsen says hybrid homes, which typically have a traditional feel with modern features such as cable rails, cable strung lighting, and industrial fixtures, seem to be on trend. “For 2018 I can see more modern homes being built,” he says. “These homes typically have large curtain walls of glazing with steel framing, flush recessed gliding doors, frameless flat panel cabinetry and minimal interior trims. Hybrid homes will incorporate ideas from these modern homes.” As energy conservation concerns grow, building efficient homes have become a necessity as well Gabrielsen says. Luckily, there are building techniques to match. “There is spray foam insulation which is the first step in making your home energy efficient,” he explains. “From there you move into high efficiency equipment, solar panels and in some cases geothermal systems. Some of the homes we do are fossil free (less a gas stove) which requires a perfect calculation of insulation, solar and geothermal systems.” Whether it be the traditional cedar shake beach house, or contemporary energy efficient abodes, new construction and renovation trends and classic takes will continue to draw those looking to put down roots or find their second home on the North Fork.

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Edwards Wetlands, Orient

PECONIC LAND TRUST PROMOTING CONSERVATION OF LAND ON THE EAST END

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hreats to farmland on the East End are nothing new. The value of land saw a significant increase in the 1970s on Long Island, which soon resulted in generational families having to sell their land in order to satisfy taxes. In the early 1980s when John v.H. Halsey was visiting home from the west coast, he noticed the 10th generation farm next door had a for sale sign. There were few organizations on Long Island to advise landowners on options that could protect their land and the character of an area that has long been a draw.With this in mind, Halsey founded the Peconic Land Trust in 1983 to help preserve and protect farms, natural land, and historic resources on the East End. Now ready to celebrate 35 years, Peconic Land Trust looks forward to continuing and expanding more than 12,000 acres already conserved on the East End. Sharing that the increasing value of land continues to pose a huge threat to conservation in general, and farmland preservation in particular, Halsey says the value of protected farmland has skyrocketed on the South Fork, and will likely impact the North Fork as well over time. “Non-farmers are purchasing and leasing protected farmland for equestrian and other purposes including as amenities to adjacent development at prices that few farmers can match, especially those who grow food,” Halsey says. “As a consequence, the average value of protected farmland on the South Fork is as high as $185,000 per acre. This has led to the acquisition of additional restrictions on farmland to assure that at least a portion of the remaining farmland is accessible and affordable to 18

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farmers for food production.” Though there are many other threats, there is hope for land on the East End. Peconic Land Trust hosts a number of events, community conservation campaigns, supports various farm programs, and more in an effort to raise awareness and achieve its conservation goals. In Orient, the organization worked with the local community, Town of Southold, and the Edwards Family to purchase and protect 21 acres of farmland, woodlands, and wetlands that belonged to the Edward, Latham, and Terry families since the early 19th century. The area is now protected, and joins 600+ acres of protected land between Narrow River Road and the Cross Sound Ferry Terminal. A plaque was recently installed on the property in honor of former board member and conservation support Joe Townsend. “Partnerships are an important part of the work of the (Peconic Land) Trust,” says Halsey. “From our partners in government, to many nonprofits and educational institutions, to local, regional and national organizations, we partner on conservation initiatives, educational and recreational programming, public policy initiatives, as well as programs that support our local working farms.” Halsey says they have partnered with around 100 different organizations over the years. Partners with the Farms for the Future Initiative for example include Long Island Farm Bureau, Farm Credit East, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, Cornell University’s Long Island Horticultural Research and Extension

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Center, Long Island Wine Council, Edible East End, Suffolk County Planning Commission, Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning, Nassau Land Trust, American Farmland Trust (New York), Land Trust Alliance and the towns of Brookhaven, East Hampton, Shelter Island, and Southold. The Farms for the Future Initiative works to protect farmland resources, as well as support new and established farm operations mentoring, business plan development, leasing and purchase of farmland, and access to grant funding for capital improvements. Projects include Edwards Farm in Orient, Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett, Shellfisher Preserve in Southold, Amber Waves Farm in Amagansett, and more across the East End. Though the fight for conservation may be a neverending battle, Peconic Land Trust is ready for another 35 years of protecting heritage, building connections between people, communities, and the land, promoting stewardship, and so much more to protect the North and South Forks of Long Island.

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Calverton 1905 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath Farmhouse with full basement. 10x12 stalls in the main barn. 90x60 ft indoor w/attached locker & viewing room. 25 paddocks, 6 run-in sheds. 200x210 outdoor sand ring. 2 outdoor wash stalls adjacent to main barn. 2 extra barns - 1 w/ seven 10x12 stalls, 1 w/ 5 stalls. 3 parcels totaling 40.9 acres. Front 10.4 acres zoned industrial C. 2nd parcel is a 1.7 acre buildable flag lot. 3rd parcel is 28.7 acres with DRS - agricultural only. Come live out your childhood dream of owning your own farm! Take advantage of this centrally located opportunity. 1 mile to LIE and easy access to both forks. Experience all the East End has to offer! $3,000,000

Cutchogue Farm For Sale. Located in the middle of farm country with picturesque views of vineyards and sod farms is this 48 acre farm with 3 bedroom farm house, large barn and 3-car garage. 40 acres DRS, 8 acres DRI currently used as a sod farm. Property has two road frontages and is peacefully located north of County Road 48. MLS#2975387 $2,595,000

Riverhead Mill Pond Commons. Beautiful 2 BR, 2.5 bath condo. Largest model. Loaded with upgrades: fireplace, crown moldings, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, hi hats, hardwood flooring, oak stairs. Extended patio with brick pavers. Close to all. Vineyards, shopping, beaches, golf, and fine dining. MLS#2987788 $315,000

Flanders Tiny Gem / Petite. Lovely and affordable well-maintained home featuring 1 bedroom, 1 bath, EIK, CAC, furnace is 7 years old and roof is only 3 years old. Also there is a fenced rear yard, all located in a quiet neighborhood near beaches, wineries and shopping! Perfect getaway or starter with low taxes! MLS#2994246 $210,000

Riverhead Totally renovated and energy efficient 3 bedroom, 2 bath traditional features “Charm and Detail” of the 1930’s with today’s amenities. Solar paneling, GHW heating and CAC. Private backyard for relaxing with hot tub, wrap around decking and koi pond. Conveniently located! MLS#2979227 $399,000

747 East Main Street, Riverhead (631) 727-3713 www.bagshawre.com


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CHIC & SOPHISTICATED

Southold — web #26591

$829,000 – Beautifully constructed, completely renovated home on park-like shy acre. Fabulous curb appeal and spacious rear deck. The stylishly-designed kitchen with breakfast nook is a chef’s delight. Offering first & second floor master ensuites. Exclusive. LISA B. GILLOOLY : 201.805.5113

HISTORIC ESTATE

PECONIC BAY BLVD.

Greenpor t — web #20015

$2,900,000 – C. 1845 Greek Revival. Second only to Brecknock Hall in its distinguished provenance, it features spectacular architectural details, grand center hall, gracious FDR, 7 marbles fireplaces, 7BR, 5BA, outbuildings, 4.9 acres. Exclusive. SUSAN SUTTON : 631.833.5030

WATERVIEW RENTAL

Laurel — web #349461

$1,100,000 – On 3+ acres sits this Adirondack-style retreat with room for expansion -- the possibilities are endless. Features 4BR, 3BA, library, study, circular freestanding fireplace, 12’ ceilings and hardwood floors. Room for pool. Exclusive. KIMBERLY A. WEST : 631.740.4061

RENTAL Cutchogue — web #74705

MD-LD $85K; June $25K; July $30K; Aug-LD $40K – This waterview 4BR, 3BA home features an open floorplan, gourmet kitchen, private deeded beach, mooring for boat, heated 24x44 saltwater pool, outdoor shower, and screened-in porch with a fireplace. Exclusive Rental. MARY KATE DIGREGORIO : 631.235.4675

WOODED 1+ ACRE LOT

Jamespor t — web #4719

$289,000 – Build the home of your dreams on this quiet cul-de-sac located in Iron Pier Woods. This beautiful nature lover’s lot is minutes to a Long Island Sound beach and park. Near all the North Fork has to offer. Exclusive. SUSAN SUTTON : 631.833.5030

CHARMING CAPE

RENTAL Southold — web #80795

MD-LD $30K; June $6K; July $12K – Plan your summer escape now. Inviting 3BR home exudes country living. New kitchen is open and bright. Casual living at it’s best. Convenient to bay beach, Southold Village and train/ Jitney. Exclusive Rental. LYNDA J. REHM : 631.398.6081

Southold Office | 53795 Main Road Southold, NY 11971 | 631.765.1300

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M A R K E T WAT C H Presented by Jerry Cibulski of Century 21 Albertson Realty

ANOTHER BANNER YEAR PREDICTED 2018 OFF TO A STRONG START ON THE NORTH FORK

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s 2018 begins, another banner year is predicted for the North Fork real estate market. There are already ample summer rental inquiries and the sales market remains brisk. The most active segment is under $1M with the most popular areas near the water, farms, hamlets and in the Village of Greenport. With inventory low and demand high, prices have steadily increased. More people are discovering the North Fork for its quiet beaches, quaint hamlets, pastoral farms, and spectacular vineyards. Judi Desiderio of Town & Country Real Estate says, “We predict 2018 to be a stronger year than 2017 for both sales and rentals. We have already written many leases. Town & Country had its best sales year ever in 2017 and

2018 is starting out with a blast! The most active segment is definitely under a million. Close to hamlets, water orientation, and farms are the buzz words! Prices on the North Fork remain a relative bargain – but not for too long! Since inventory is low and demand is high – for most markets and price ranges – we are anticipating an upswing in prices. New construction is finally coming into its own.” Judi observes, “The North Fork is a sleeping giant!” Thomas Uhlinger of Douglas Elliman Real Estate says, “So far I have had ample inquiries for modestly priced rentals. This year I had my earliest accepted offer and am very optimistic for a banner year. The $800K-$1M range is the most active. Cutchogue is very active along with listings south of Route 25. I am seeing P R E S I D E N T S ’ D AY 2 0 1 8

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increases in asking prices by sellers who are listing. Inventory is substantially down year over year while I’ve seen an increase in builders doing spec housing and looking for vacant land.” Tom feels, “The new tax laws and any effect they may have is still an unknown. I haven’t had resistance from new buyers as of yet.” Sheri Winter Clarry of The Corcoran Group says,“There have been a lot of rental inquiries this year with a desire for more luxury and creature comforts. The sales market remains brisk so far in 2018 with good activity in each segment. Under a million is always a hot commodity, but the high end is active as well! Prices are holding steady, but could easily start creeping up, due to the lack of inventory. New construction is alive and well with spec and custom building.

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Presented by Sheri Winter Clarry of The Corcoran Group

As people look to downsize there is a ton of interest in the new 124-unit condo development I am representing, called Harvest Pointe in the heart of Cutchogue!” Sheri sees “2018 as being an absolutely stellar year.” Diane Arpaia of North Fork Real Estate Inc. says, “Summer renters are starting their preliminary inquiries, but it is not too active yet. Sales seem to have increased over last year. Entry level homes, at $500K or less, continue to sell quickly, while those with pools are always popular at all price points. Inventory is still very low and I expect prices to inch slightly upward. Greenport and Orient are seeing marked price increases. Demand is still high, but the new tax laws may be a factor. New construction is increasing with land finally being sold and built upon.” Diane anticipates “an increase in visitors as the North Fork gains more publicity.”

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On the water, or close to it, remains attractive as are hamlet centers. Inventory is tight and prices are poised to continue increasing, though the impact of the tax bill remains to be seen. There is more new construction with buildable land for sale and builders are buying.” Marianne reflects, “This year looks to be another banner year for the North Fork as more people discover our beautiful beaches, waters, farms, vistas, wine and food.” Janet Markarian of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty says, “The rental season is already quite busy with many requests, especially for houses with pools and/or a beach. It was an especially busy November and December with properties going into contract during the holiday season. The mid-range (under $700,000) and anything offering privacy, water views/ waterfront and room for a pool are popular. The North Fork is a very stable, solid market. There’s always demand and limited inventory, but inventory is a bit thin considering the demand. New construction seems up.” Janet predicts, “The 2018 market will be consistent, with good demand for well-priced, quality properties.” Kristy Naddell of Douglas Elliman Real Estate expects “an ample supply of seasonal rentals for 2018. I am already off to a great start with a signed sales contract in New Suffolk. Greenport continues to be very hot and Mattituck has an increase in activity. Prices have steadily increased over last year and I think the tough bidding wars

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M A R K E T WAT C H

Presented by Kristy Naddell of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

in 2017 will continue to be the norm. Inventory is extremely limited but I expect it to improve this spring. Builders are having trouble finding land to buy with the tight supply of land.” Kristy anticipates “this year to be a record-breaking sales year! Despite the bitter cold and snow, I have many buyers still coming out and actively looking.” Jerry Cibulski of Century 21 Albertson Realty says, “After the bitter cold and snow ended, the summer rental inquiries have increased. Sales have stayed consistent. Waterfront and deeded water access homes are in demand. Prices increased in 2017, with the highest appreciation in Greenport Village and I see that trend continuing. Inventory is still tight and has seemed to stabilize. New construction builders are feeling very confident which has led to an increase in vacant land sales.” Jerry sees “the fevered demand for purchases in the first half of 2017 balancing to a more tempered growth.This is good news as there does not seem to be a bubble in the North Fork housing market.”

Presented by Janet Markarian of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty

As the North Fork continues to gain publicity, expectations are for a record-breaking sales year in 2018. The lure of pristine beaches, “farm to table” food and wine, and a laid-back lifestyle has created a North Fork buzz. It’s a great time for sellers to list their homes as the buyers are here, looking for that perfect property. The North Fork is still a terrific value. Presented by Diane Arpaia of North Fork Real Estate Inc. P R E S I D E N T S ’ D AY 2 0 1 8

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ARTIST SHOWCASE

New York Harbor

SALT AND OIL A CONVERSATION WITH NAUTICAL PHOTOGRAPHER VINCENT ROSE

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o you know a Moran tugboat when you see one? A Mister T? A frigate? The Ghost Ship of Brooklyn? Can you spot a stone-carrying barge on a river? When you look out across New York Harbor, do you see nothing more than choppy grayness relieved only by seabirds and the odd, unidentifiable boat? If your nautical knowledge is patchy, you can plug that hole in a trice by navigating over to Vincent Rose’s Instagram page, Salt and Oil. But even if you’re an old salt, you’ll want to check out his feed without delay. Rose, who is thirty years old, is a commercial tugboat captain and a professional photographer of boats, historic and contemporary. He takes commissioned portraits of vessels for shipping companies, boat builders, fishing charter companies, marinas, as well as owners of private yachts and sailboats. But there’s more to his work than glamour shots. Because his day job involves towing oil barges, he often finds himself rubbing sails, so to speak, with the kinds of ships most of us have only ever have seen in picture books. And, unlike laymen, he knows at once what he’s looking at and how best to capture it on film. “A lot of the boats that interest me are hidden

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from the general public,” he says on a break between trips. “If you’re standing on the shore in, say, Brooklyn, you’re usually too far away to see much.” Rose started photographing boats after a career change from working on large ships to hauling inland oil barges. He grew up in the Long Island town of Blue Point, and after graduating New York Maritime College eight years ago, he spent a year at sea, in transit between the U.S. and Europe.With not much to look at but open water, he soon grew bored. The only bright spot was when the ship on which he worked pulled into harbor.

The Eagle

“I like the commotion of a harbor; plus staying in a channel is more challenging than being on the ocean because it requires way more hand-eye

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coordination,” he says. “And the photographic opportunities are better.” For example, one day, not long ago, he was anchored down in front of the Statue of Liberty when the sun start to set. He happened to look out the window when he noticed a ship passing in front of him. Rose knew right away that it was The Eagle – the great, great U.S. Coast Guard Academy training ship–coming in. He grabbed his camera, walked out on to the bow, and took some fantastic shots in crepuscular light. But the one he’ll never forget was The Peking, a four-masted merchant ship that he spotted near the Brooklyn Bridge, where it had been sitting “for a crazy long time.” During World War II, the U.S. seized the vessel from the Germans and used to ship cargo and lumber to and from South America. Rose recognized it because his greatgrandfather was the captain of The Peking’s sister ship. The images he took that day are among his favorite because they’re filled with personal meaning. “For me,” he says, “that photograph represents the ongoing connection I have as a sailor with my family’s nautical past.” www.vincentrose.com www.instagram.com/saltandoil/


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Greenport, NY — Rockcove Estates

Mattituck, NY — Oregon Road Location

Water view seaside shingle, spacious light-filled 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath classic. First and second floor master suites. Wow factor with second floor open interior balcony. Deeded beach access directly across the street. SD #10. MLS# 2966230. $1,495,000.

Tucked into a long stretch of farm properties is this 12.5-acre conserved parcel with a 3-bedroom, 2-bath Modern Farmhouse. Overlooks 10 acres for vines, equestrian or other agricultural use. Rare North Fork opportunity. SD #9. MLS# 2973446. $1,050,000.

Southold, NY — Goose Bay Estates

Southold, NY— Nunnakoma Waters

1930’s Cottage expanded for today’s lifestyle. Features 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, sunroom, living room with stone fireplace, 2 master suites in addition to 2 guest rooms. Beautiful landscaped .5-acre. Association beach for swimming and kayaking. SD #5. MLS# 2965103. $599,000.

Residential building lot in desirable beach front community. Level and wooded .52-acre parcel waiting for you to build your dream home. Town water in street. Deeded sandy beach and marina with direct bay access. SD #5. MLS# 2993597. $370,000.

Nancy Cervelli, CBR

Barry Novick

Associate Real Estate Broker Silver Circle of Achievement Cutchogue Office 28080 Main Rd, PO Box 922, Cutchogue, NY 631.734.5439, c.631.680.2296 nancycervelli@danielgale.com nancycervelli.danielgale.com

Associate Real Estate Broker Silver Circle of Achievement Cutchogue Office 28080 Main Rd, PO Box 922, Cutchogue, NY 631.734.5439, c.631.384.6524 barrynovick@danielgale.com barrynovick.danielgale.com

Each office is independently owned and operated. We are pledged to provide equal opportunity for housing to any prospective customer or client, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin.


HOME & DESIGN

2018 ULTRA VIOLET TREND

Refresh your indoor and outdoor living spaces with Pantone’s Color of the Year - Ultra Violet. Bold and thought-provoking, East End shops are stocking this celestial shade in home furnishings and accessories that are sure to emit oohs and aahs from all. BY RACHEL BOSWORTH BOLD LOUNGING Sleek, Italian design coupled with functional comfort is what you’ll experience with Paola Lenti’s Island Sofa. Available at West Out East in East Hampton, this line is a series of modular elements and pouf that makes a statement in your outdoor living spaces. The collection has about 1,000 upholstery colors, but this bold, rich shade in the ultra violet family has our eye for 2018. Whether you’re sitting pretty poolside or entertaining for the masses, this sofa will speak volumes with just a look. westouteast.com

LIGHT IT UP Ethereal and thought provoking, this amethyst lamp calls to those seeking a little light in their life. A substantial piece of amethyst speaks to the ultra violet trend of 2018, and is set on an acrylic base topped with a drum lampshade and complete with a match amethyst finial. As unique as Pantone’s Color of the Year, these lamps available at Homenature in Southampton are made by hand and made to order. homenature.com

TAKE A SEAT Indoors or out, this Xquare bench is modern, stylish, and best of all – functional. Clean, contemporary design combines with top quality materials like ecofriendly wood and tough, durable stainless steel to create a designer perch that you’ll love showing off. Perfect for all weather and UV resistant, ultra violet is certainly one of our favorite shades of this bench, though it comes in a number of other colors. Available at touchGOODS in Southold. touchgoods.com

PULL IT TOGETHER Sofa, table, chairs, armoire, lighting, and more on the floor, but nothing pulls a room together quite like an area rug. Surya offers an eclectic mix of rugs and other home furnishings, with more than 60,000 inspired pieces, like these oriental and masala rugs. Blending the deep blue hues of ultra violet with shades of its lighter counterpart, and adding pops of celestial brightness, thousands of colors and styles are available at Renee’s or to order. It’s a statement piece you’ll want to walk all over. reneesmattituck.com 26

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Surya Styled Room, Available at Renee’s

PANTONE COLOR OF THE YEAR THE CELESTIAL ULTRA VIOLET BRINGS COSMIC VIBES TO EAST END INTERIORS

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ome the end of the year, interior designers hold their breath in anticipation of an announcement that sets the tone for the year ahead: Pantone’s Color of the Year. For 2018, it is the celestial Ultra Violet. While 2017’s color, Greenery, was an earthy complement to much of the East End’s beauty, this year’s cosmic shade lends itself to the sophisticated and inimitable style of the Hamptons and the North Fork. Bold and thought provoking, ultra violet’s endless opportunities are reminiscent of the galaxy it imitates. Color of the year is selected by the Pantone Color Institute, which offers color trend forecasting, brand color development, custom color solutions, and a bevy of other colorful offerings to businesses worldwide. Selecting one color to set the trends and tones for the year is no easy task, and one that is as thoughtfully planned out as the unique color strategies the organization provides to their clients. “We are living in a time that requires inventiveness and imagination,” said Leatrice 28

Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, when Ultra Violet was announced last December. “It is this kind of creative inspiration that is indigenous to Pantone 18-3838 Ultra Violet, a blue-based purple that takes our awareness and potential to a higher level. From exploring new technologies and the greater galaxy, to artistic expression and spiritual reflection, intuitive Ultra Violet lights the way to what is yet to come.” For local East End designers, like Norine Pennacchia who owns touchGOODS in Southold, Pantone’s Color of the Year promises to be exciting in terms of design. Indoor, outdoor, and in between, ultra violet has more potential than one may think. “I love that the color of the year is ultra violet,” Pennacchia says. “It’s mysterious and bold, and I think it’s more versatile than people think and can easily pair with modern color palettes, but most especially with its reliable complementary counterpart - a color often used in mid-century design - yellow. Opposites do attract, and for those decorating with mid-century color palettes, it’s a no-brainer

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that warm shades of yellow can be jazzed up and live harmoniously with bold violets.” With her store specializing in midcentury and modern furnishings and accessories, Pennacchia shares brands her store carries typically offer pieces in a number of these colors. Her personal favorite, Bend Goods, stocks indoor and outdoor versions of the classic peacock chair in gold wire with ultra violet and gold accented pillows. “Ultra violet is the perfect accent to the gold metallic element tones here on this Bend Goods Peacock Lounge Chair,” she says. “It’s a take on the iconic design that was made famous in the 1970s. The geometric pattern in this indoor/outdoor chair is made completely from wire.” Debra Gildersleeve’s design aesthetic leans toward modern, beach-inspired décor with cool, clean lines. No stranger to mixing colors, materials, and styles, she says ultra violet can be thoughtfully blended into an already-designed space in a cohesive manner. “Ultra violet will do well in sophisticated settings with metallic


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accents like silver and gold,” she shares. “It’s bold enough to make a statement without being overpowering. Think of a beautiful oriental style rug in a bright shade of ultra violet beneath a silver metallic table, with linen tufted chairs in neutral shades like cream or gray. Creatively paired with a striking chandelier and a mix of ceramic canisters in tones of ultra violet, this space can be both beautiful and functional.” Noting that she has noticed a trend in people leaning away from more traditional furnishings, Gildersleeve says homeowners are going for a more casual, non-cluttered look. “An eclectic yet tasteful mixture highlighting ultra violet could again be a bold rug in a living room with a leather sofa, purple accent pillows, and modern furnishings,” she says. “Blending different pieces that aren’t necessarily matchy-matchy but make sense together is a great and fun way to tell your own story.”

often serve as the base of her projects, and the power of color is never ignored. As for ultra violet, Del Piero says it is a bold color that can complement any design style and furnishings. It just depends on how you use it.

Bend Goods Peacock Lounge Chair - touchGOODS

“Bold colors are embedded with a great deal of energy and it’s up to you to harness this energy accordingly,” explains Del Piero. “Our environments impact our feelings and emotions, so it’s important to think about how you want a space to feel, and about how you can further these intentions through the use of exciting and unique colors. Colors like ultra violet can be used to turn up the volume just a little, through small accents and accessories, or really make a room shout – think violet upholstery on a major piece of furniture, paint or wallcovering.”

Gildersleeve, who designs interiors on the North Fork, in the Hamptons, Manhattan, and beyond, has two showrooms and a design center in Mattituck at her store, Renee’s. She recommends brands they carry like Surya, Uttermost, and Loloi for home décor products like rugs, lighting, accent pillows, and other accessories in this bold color, many of which can be custom ordered. Wall art is another way to incorporate ultra violet into an existing space, and is another opportunity to make design reflective of one’s personality.

Del Piero goes on to say that a little goes a long way, and ultra violet can be incorporated into a space without overpowering it. For the Hamptons Designer Showhouse in 2017, she designed a dining room with a mix of whites, greys, and black, and a single violet orchid that gave the perfect pop of color into the space. In the case of a guest bedroom Del Piero designed, a rug in a guest room is an example of using ultra violet in a sparingly yet powerful way, allowing it to shine as the focal point. “In designing a space to spotlight this color, we would still use it as an accent in concert with dense textures and earthy natural tones,” she says. “This would ensure that the bold color not be overpowering.”

Michael Del Piero founded her namesake interior design firm, Michael Del Piero Good Design, in 2007. With studios in Southampton and Chicago, and a boutique in the latter (psst… a Southampton boutique is coming soon!) she strives to create interiors that are enduring and timeless. Neutral and texture driven palettes

How Pantone 18-3838 Ultra Violet will transcend design with its dreamy hues and cosmic tones for the rest of the year remains to be seen. What we do know is interior designers are sure to harness their artistic abilities to make this spiritual color glow in living spaces on the East End, and perhaps throughout the universe. P R E S I D E N T S ’ D AY 2 0 1 8

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LISTING BROKER:

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LISTING BROKER:

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BRAND NEW MODERN MATTITUCK SOUNDFRONT  $2,850,000 Enjoy beautiful sunsets from this modern, light-filled waterfront home with 200’ of private beach! This new contemporary home sits high on 5 acres overlooking the LI Sound. It is energy efficient and offers an open floorplan with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and 2.5 car garage. A perfect weekend retreat to enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of the North Fork. EXCLUSIVE. Web#21342

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Welcome to the Presidents’ Day 2018 issue of North Fork Real Estate Showcase. Featured on this month’s front cover, Sherri Winter Clarry of...

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