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AN INSIDE LOOK AT LOCAL LUXURY LIVING

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of premier properties SERENITY NOW!

A Zen-inspired makeover OUTDOOR ROOMS WE LOVE

EXTRAORDINARY GRANDEUR in St. James Head of Harbor

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All about garden antiques COUNTRY CHARM, SEASIDE STYLE

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Bring the Power of the Rockies Home Kolson has the classic American style of Rocky Mountain hardware. But no matter where your tastes lie, from rustic to urban to the unique, we have the entrance set to fit your home. For decorative hardware, bath or kitchen fittings, sinks, tubs, toilets or accessories, at extremely competitive prices, Kolson in Great Neck is the place to go. Visit our showroom to experience the service and selection that truly set us apart.

Fine Decorative Hardware and Bath Fittings Amazing selection. Unparalleled service. You’ve got to see it to believe it. No Appointment Necessary! Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8:00am to 5:30pm Sat. 8:00am to 5:00pm 653 Middle Neck Road, Great Neck, NY 11023 Telephone: (516) 487-1224 www.kolson.com

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Susan Vanden Heuvel Interiors

From concept to completion, distinctive in style and design Susan M.Vanden Heuvel, of SVH Interiors, Ltd. has created an interior design service that caters to all the lifestyles of her varied clientele, whether residential or commercial. She offers not just design solutions, but also elegant and timeless environments meant to be enjoyed and admired. Susan prides herself on working with her clientele, no matter what the scale of the projects that they bring to her. Susan’s residential clients have commissioned her to handle projects as diverse as total renovations in Old Greenwich, Connecticut or the design of the entire interior of a 7000 square foot home being newly constructed on Long Island, as well as redoing the look of a window, living room, bathroom or kitchen in an existing home.

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Urns and other antique outdoor ornaments provide a

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GARDENS PAST MAYBE IT’S PRESUMPTUOUS to put manmade objects amid a garden’s natural glories, but it’s a hubris with a long history. In 18th- and 19th-century Europe, a landowner was known not only for the size of his garden but also for its profusion of ornaments— urns, benches, planters and fountains. Today these same decorative garden pieces, now antiques, are prized both as things of beauty and as links to a rich tradition.

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“Garden art shows your sense of classical culture,” says Barbara Israel of Barbara Israel Garden Antiques in Katonah, New York. “It shows that you are sophisticated.” By that index, sophistication is soaring—Israel says she’s seen a big upswing of interest in antique garden décor. “People now have an appreciation for how refined, beautiful and fantastic these pieces can be.” The trend fits in with today’s passion for blurring the boundaries between outdoors and in. “Gardening is the most popular hobby worldwide, and as people spend more time outside, they want their gardens to be an extension of their indoor living space,” says Tracey Young of The Elemental Garden in Woodbury, Connecticut, which specializes in 18th-, 19th- and early 20th-century English and French garden antiques. Prices have surged along with interest, adds Israel, noting that a set of limestone figures sold in Amsterdam for 264,000 euros (about $354,000). And at Christie’s recently, a group of four 6-foot-high castiron garden urns brought $288,000, reports Jason Preston, specialist head of sales for 19th-century furniture. But that doesn’t mean these stalwarts of gardens past are only for the super-rich. While pieces generally sell for $5,000 to $200,000 at its biannual 19thcentury sale, Christie’s also has monthly House Sales that may include garden art, with many pieces ranging from $200 up to $2,000. Urns, almost always sold in pairs, are among the easiest-to-find garden antiques. They come in two basic forms: the cup-shaped tazza and the bell-shaped campana. Planters and fountains are rarer and therefore pricier; planters often have had a different previous use—for example, as a watering trough.

“Pricing is a function of age, rarity, form and materials,” Young explains. “A hand-carved marble urn costs a lot more than a cast-iron urn, for example.” Young reports that urns start at $900 and go up to $15,000. Single planters fetch from $400 up to $10,000. Fountains begin at $2,000 to $3,000 and can go as high as $500,000, though the most expensive fountain Young carries is $45,000. The value of these treasures can also be affected by functionality—fountains often must be restored with new plumbing in order to make them work. Other factors are aesthetic appeal, the presence of a signature or stamp, and condition. Pieces can be restored but should not be over-restored, says Preston. “A bit of weathering contributes to the charm of a piece,” he notes, “because it shows that it has age and history.” A garden serves, after all, as a sanctuary in which we shed the cares of a busy routine—and maybe a couple of centuries too.

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country charm meets seaside style

An East Hampton summer home reflects the pairing of two tastes IF ONLY THEY’D HAD MORE TIME. Designer Joey Tesalona and his partner of 11 years, Jeffrey Urr, found, bought and planned their summer home in New York’s East Hampton together but didn’t have long to enjoy it—Urr died of cancer soon after its completion. Now the house is a reminder of how their different tastes happily meshed. Tesalona had wanted the country, while Urr had preferred a coastal location. Luckily, the couple found something that would satisfy both: a three-bedroom, two-bath home set in a wooded locale a mere five minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. “We were very blessed to both get what we wanted,” says Tesalona. The next task was to add new life to the house’s dark, simple interiors. Here again, Tesalona wanted a rustic country décor, while Urr liked a crisp beach feeling. Striking a balance between the two styles was an apt challenge for Tesalona, who has designed interiors while working as a visual merchandiser for Frette and Felissimo Design House and has since launched his own firm. To do

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so he paired tailored, clean-lined furnishings with one-of-a-kind finds from flea markets and garage sales. Tesalona’s work often embodies this harmonious juxtaposition. “I love mixing antiques and modern pieces,” he says. “And I’ve always loved the contrast of rustic and luxury.” That comes into play in the light-filled living room, where a dilapidated wooden coffee table stands among a linear sofa and club chairs upholstered in fine linen. The country-inspired den takes on a similar look with an additional white sofa and curtains set against dark-wood paneled walls. Varied tones of brown throughout the room tie it all together. Compared to the neutral palette in the living areas, the bedrooms are alive with color. A cool, calming blue envelops the master bedroom, where a lattice architectural element used as a headboard adds richness to the boxy space. Once again, Tesalona opted for white furniture. “The white furnishings give contrast to the color,” he says, “without losing that style of the beach and the summer.” The same look is carried through the sunny yellow and provincial red guest rooms. All the beds are outfitted in crisp white Frette linens, a nod to Tesalona’s time working for the luxury bedding company. The finishing touch in each room is a bouquet of fresh flowers. “No matter how beautiful your design, if you don’t bring in any natural things, it’s just kind of bland,” he says. “It’s like a Chanel dress with no accessories.” For the newly added outdoor entertaining area, Tesalona designed a pool with a black lining to appear like a pond and blend in with the lush surroundings. An outdoor eating area was a must for dining al fresco, and an assortment of lounge chairs provides poolside seating.

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“I love mixing antiques and modern pieces, and I’ve always loved the contrast of rustic and luxury.”

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A Holmdel home trades dated hipness for timeless Asian serenity

INTERIOR DESIGN BY JANA MANNING

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A STRONG DESIGN STATEMENT—there’s no doubt the home in Holmdel, New Jersey, made one. Problem was, it was as dated as disco. Built in the 1970s, the interior featured a Brady Bunch staircase, orange shag rug and zigzag fabrics throughout the living room. Its exterior wasn’t in great shape either following a bank foreclosure on the neglected property. Seemingly destined to remain an eyesore in its upscale neighborhood, the house was in need of someone who could see its essential merit amid the chaos. It found such an owner in Jana Manning, principal of Ocean Grove– based Manning Design Group. Her intuition told her the 5,000-squarefoot home’s potential was attainable if it reconnected with its natural spirit—the surrounding environment. Drawing on her fascination with Asian cultures and intense devotion to yoga, Manning did just that. “This home is harmonious with the land,” she says. “The neighborhood, with its mature trees and hills, lets nature be the star. The house was beautifully planned to go with its surroundings. And I saw a calming spirit within the architecture—despite the riotous colors inside the space.” And so Manning poured her soul into creating a Zen masterpiece, which took two and a half years to complete. The design incorporates serene color palettes, clean lines, repetition of materials and dramatic minimalist features. She replaced all of the floors, cabinetry and other traces of the 1970s. The only remaining interior feature: a recurring stucco theme in each room, an extension of the home’s exterior. Asian influences such as oversize plants, bamboo art and corkscrew willows are subtly woven throughout each room, and there’s lots of red, which is Thailand’s national color. The home’s main attraction is a sunken living room that frames a

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“I saw a calming spirit within the architecture— despite the riotous colors inside the space.”

natural quartzite fireplace. The room is dominated by floor-to-ceiling rectangular windows, tall ceilings, prominent beams, dark cherry moldings, white walls and beige upholstery and window treatments. During the day, natural light filters into the living room through 19-foot-high windows. At night, warm lighting blends seamlessly into grazed cherry-wood texture themes. Manning enhanced the openness of the home by eliminating claustrophobic hallways in favor of accessibility. The upstairs “hallway” is a skywalk with wide-open views of the living room below and the trees outside. There’s a strong Thai flavor, with hand-woven silk fabrics and handcrafted furniture, including living room tables from Nandhana Borisoothi, a renowned dealer in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Manning purchased the furniture on travels to Thailand, which were frequent in her previous career as a senior fashion executive for Givenchy, Ralph Lauren and Kenneth Cole. (She passed time on the long flights by practicing yoga and meditating for up to 18 hours.) “I’d seen it all in the fashion world, so I wanted to switch to a career that touched people’s lives directly,” says Manning. “I believe interior design spaces should nurture people’s souls and replenish their spirit for what they may face the next day.” Previews

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BACKYARD RESPITE from John R. Conte It was a challenge to balance the elegance of a Georgian-style house with the rustic design of this outdoor entertaining space in Greenwich, Connecticut, but architect John R. Conte of Conte & Conte, Greenwich, did so seamlessly. “It’s a very formal home,” he says, “but the owners wanted to keep the landscape—especially the backyard—a bit less formal.” He created the oval-shaped pool and pergola to make the space more casual. The stone fireplace with built-in pizza oven serves as a cozy gathering spot for a crowd. CONTINUED

PHOTOS COURTESY OF JOHN R. CONTE

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P H O T O B Y D AV I D G R U O L

Cliff Young sofa in bisque Kravet Ultrasuede. Cocktail table in Presidio finish from the Archetype collection by Baker. Barcelona chair in ivory leather by Knoll. Custom carved area rug by Data Carpet. Original mixed media on linen canvas “The Pendola” by Emanuel Mattini from Accetra Arts. Ottomans by Hamilton Furniture upholstered in Joseph Noble fabric. Lighting by CDXO Design.

YEAR-ROUND RELAXING from William Kaufman

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AN AIR OF SOPHISTICATION from Douglas VanderHorn Building a house on 11 acres of wooded preserve was no easy feat for architect Douglas VanderHorn of Hilton VanderHorn Architects, Greenwich, Connecticut, but the result was worth the effort. And the purpose of this country-style al fresco dining area in Greenwich was to serve as an extension of the already comfortable indoor living space. “The concept for the back of the house was to create a transitional space between the interior and the exterior,” he says. The porch wraps around the corner of the family room and attaches to the breakfast room, allowing the owners to enjoy fresh air with their morning coffee.

PHOTO BY STEVE WEGENER

The owners of this Bernardsville, New Jersey, home wanted multiple outdoor spaces to entertain throughout the seasons, so they solicited the help of architect William Kaufman of WESKetch Architecture, Millington. “This space is one of several that invite the indoors out,” says Kaufman. The enveloping architecture supplies a natural sun- and windshield, and the stunning view of the easterly landscape provides a calming backdrop for socializing.

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“WHISPERING MEADOWS” Far Hills, NJ— Inspired by grand European Manor homes and set on 10+ enchanting acres. Architectural charm and the finest amenities are suffused with Smart Home technology. Vincenza Montrone and Nan Reil, Sales Associates $4,750,000

MAJESTIC TUDOR ESTATE Mendham, NJ— Teaberry Glen, a majestic 20-room estate situated on 10+ acres, includes a 7-bedroom home, a pool and more.

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BUILDERS’ ASSOC. HOME OF THE YEAR

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GRAND ELEGANCE

FRENCH COUNTRY MANOR

Franklin Lakes, NJ—Elegant brick Manor beautifully set on 6 acres of gated property with pool and tennis court. Includes 6 bedrooms, 6 fireplaces, wine room, great room, media room and more. Carole “Lynn” Brescia, Broker Sales Associate $2,999,000

Franklin Lakes, NJ—French country charm with many updates and an open floor plan are further enhanced by the million-dollar yard with exquisite landscaping, a pool and tennis court. Ideal for entertaining! Carole “Lynn” Brescia, Broker Sales Associate $2,799,000

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Tewksbury, NJ—New Shingle-style Colonial with spectacular views of distant hills. Smart and Green Home features. 5 en suite bedrooms. Extraordinary Newport Gilded Age–style custom detail. Christopher “Chris” Herold, Sales Associate $3,450,000

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ENGLISH COUNTRY MANOR Mendham, NJ— Custom-built English Manor on 4+ acres with 6 bedrooms, 7+ baths, a 3+ car garage and more.

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CLASSIC COUNTRY COLONIAL

STATELY, SPACIOUS, PRIVATE RETREAT

Mendham, NJ— Exquisite 5-bedroom stone-front Colonial on 10 picturesque acres with detailed millwork, spacious rooms and more. $2,599,000

Madison, NJ—Stunning 5-bedroom retreat nestled on a cul-de-sac with an open floor plan, pool and private yard is perfect for entertaining inside and outside. Susan Oldendorp and Stacy Schuessler, Sales Associates $2,295,000

LUXURY MANOR

SMOKE RISE LAKEFRONT

Mahwah, NJ—Elegant Polo Club area estate on 2+ acres with 6 bedrooms, 4 full and 3 half baths, exquisite decorator touches, first-floor master suite and lagoon pool with waterfall. Aleida Giammarella, Sales Associate $2,175,000

Kinnelon, NJ— Lakefront luxury characterizes this exquisite 6,000square-foot Georgian Colonial. It blends simplicity, sophistication, luxury and elegance in perfect harmony. Barbara Columbia, Sales Associate $2,100,000

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RENOVATED LUXURY Mendham Township, NJ—This recently expanded and renovated home features a new kitchen, wine cellar, media room, baths, moldings, doors and more, plus an outdoor pool, hot tub and koi pond. Christopher “Chris” Herold, Sales Associate $2,075,000

CARPE DIEM Morris Township, NJ— Stunning Colonial in historic Morris Township with 6 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, designer kitchen, carriage house with guest quarters and quality craftsmanship throughout. 3+ acres backs to parkland. Irene Leavy and Denise Flanagan, Broker Sales Associates $1,999,999

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BREATHTAKING BROWNSTONE

CUSTOM ELEGANCE

Hoboken, NJ— Spectacular, impeccable multi-use brownstone on Hudson Street. Four levels of lavish living with gorgeous architectural details throughout and custom appointments at every turn. Francesco Mazzaferro, Sales Associate $1,999,910

Bernards Township, NJ—The difference is in the details! An exquisite custom home, where each room is more beautiful than the last! Kristin Gobbel-Swanson and Mary E. Paradis,

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GREEK REVIVAL

COUNTRY GRANDEUR

Sparkill, NY—Majestic pillars and a balcony enhance the wonderful stone porch of this custom 5-bedroom, 5-bath Colonial. Spanning a lush 1.5 acres, this estate boasts a library and more. Noemi Morales, Broker Sales Associate $1,850,000

Chester, NJ—Stunning 5-bedroom stone-front Colonial offers a grand open floor plan with substantial architectural details and is nesteld on 12+ private and magnificent farm-accessed acres. Debra Burke, Sales Associate $1,799,000

CENTER HALL DELIGHT

POSH TOWNHOME

Kinnelon, NJ—This exquisite 6-bedroom, 5.5-bath center-hall Colonial will delight entertainers with its gourmet kitchen, flowing floor plan, 3 fireplaces and custom appointments. Cindy Gallagher, Sales Associate $1,590,000

Hoboken, NJ—This posh and glamorous brick townhome boasts turn-of-the-century details with all of today’s modern conveniences.

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WATERFRONT LUXURY West New York, NJ—This gorgeous waterfront home boasts a gourmet kitchen, large living and dining rooms and a custom master bedroom with en suite bath, plus views of Manhattan and the Hudson. April Hartmann, Sales Associate $1,400,000

LAVISH GEORGIAN MANOR Kinnelon, NJ—Situated on a private cul-de-sac, this Smoke Rise Georgian Manor boasts over 6,000 square feet of living space. Nancy Barnett and Barbara Columbia,

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PANORAMIC PARADISE

CUSTOM COLONIAL

Kinnelon, NJ—Enjoy gorgeous panoramic and million-dollar views from this hilltop home in Smoke Rise. Beautiful, light-flooded large rooms, an open-floor plan and rich wood detailing throughout. Nancy Barnett and Lisa Masterson, Sales Associates $1,350,000

Basking Ridge, NJ—This elegant, Bocina-built Colonial is waiting to welcome you home. Perfect for entertaining and comfortable everyday living. Sought-after location and wonderful private property. Kathleen McCormick, Broker Sales Associate $1,350,000

NATURAL BEAUTY Bridgewater, NJ—Situated on a cul-de-sac in one of Bridgewater’s premier neighborhoods, this classically elegant home is designed for full enjoyment of its outstanding natural setting. Cynthia Pagnotta, Sales Associate $1,249,000

YELLOW FLOWER FARM Green Village, NJ—This gracious country estate on 8 breathtaking acres in quaint Green Village offers the most outstanding amenities. Christine Casey and Kathleen Nittolo, Broker Associate and Sales Associate

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CLASSIC BEAUTY

Old Westbury, NY—5-bedroom, 7-bath distinctive custom home on 2 picturesque acres with pool in the heart of Old Westbury. With richly appointed details throughout every luxurious room, this home offers a lifestyle of distinction. Prestigious Jericho schools. $4,950,000

Brookville, NY—Warmly gracious, this lovely 6-bedroom Hamptons-style Colonial with a pool and accompanying cabana is set in a highly coveted location amid 2.04 lush, exquisitely landscaped acres. $3,795,000

STONE HILL COLONIAL

COUNTRY COMPOUND

Manhasset, NY—Exceptional! This 5-bedroom brick Colonial celebrates rare custom style with a two-story family room, Poggenpohl kitchen, main-level master suite and views of Stone Hill Pond. $3,475,000

Old Westbury, NY—Timeless masterpiece nestled on 2 acres of gardens with pool and spa on a cul-de-sac surrounded by horse trails. This exquisite traditional home boasts 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths and 4 fireplaces. Excellent Jericho schools. $2,995,000

GRACEWOOD PERFECTION

LATTINGTOWN HARBOR BEAUTY

Manhasset, NY—Absolute luxury: Gracewood living in this magnificent showcase home. The gated Village of North Hills community enjoys an astonishing clubhouse, pool, tennis and gym. $2,695,000

Lattingtown, NY—Enjoy this gorgeous waterfront community’s sandy beach and club house (dues). This exceptional new center-hall Colonial celebrates today’s finest luxury living amid the tranquility of 2 acres. Master suite with steam shower, chef’s kitchen and more. $2,499,000

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GRACEWOOD SOPHISTICATION

PICTURE PERFECT

Manhasset, NY—A sophisticated residence, this “Madison” model is richly appointed with numerous amenities. A designer showcase in the premier pool and tennis community of Gracewood. $2,495,000

Cold Spring Harbor, NY—Built in 2005, this stunning 5-bedroom residence on 2.3 acres is enhanced with a designer kitchen, fireplace, lavish master suite, spa and 4-car garage. $2,495,000

LUXURIOUS PERFECTION

TRANQUIL LUXURY

Kings Point, NY—Extraordinary in every way, this Kings Point residence impressively showcases dramatic luxury, with a state-of-the-art Euro kitchen, indoor/outdoor entertaining and glorious grounds. $2,418,000

Jericho, NY—A tranquil location in the area’s coveted new gated community grants this superb 5-bedroom condominium townhome enjoyment of the hamlet’s clubhouse, pool and tennis courts. $2,395,000

COLONIAL ELEGANCE Lattingtown, NY—Enjoy an elegant and comfortable lifestyle in this custom-built Colonial sited on 2 park-like acres. Offers spacious and luminous living areas throughout. Architectural moldings, alarm system, 2 fireplaces and more. Private beach and golf rights. $2,300,000

SPACIOUS BEAUTY Lake Success, NY—Grandly designed, this sprawling 5,335-squarefoot residence boasts oversized rooms, masterful details, a subdividable double lot and the recreational amenities of Lake Success. $1,995,000

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COUNTRY-CLUB TUDOR

Great Neck, NY—Exquisite, custom-created and pristine, this grand chateau-style residence is enviably located in Kensington Village. Kensington amenities include a pool club and private police. $1,995,000

Manhasset, NY—Enjoy the pleasures of a Strathmore Vanderbilt country-club location. This superb English Tudor epitomizes gracious living, with a designer kitchen, 5 bedrooms and a guest wing. $1,795,000

STATELY MAGNIFICENCE

PRISTINE ELEGANCE

Woodbury, NY—Amid the sweeping beauty of 2.66 landscaped acres, this majestic 5-bedroom custom Colonial captures classic splendor in elegant, oversized rooms with luxurious marble and stone. $1,699,999

East Hills, NY—Move right in to this custom center-hall Colonial. Attention to detail is unmistakably evident in this impeccable redone classic with magnificent views of a private golf course. $1,699,000

GRACE AT MUNSEY PARK

SPACIOUS LUXURY

Manhasset, NY—A superb .40-acre Munsey Park setting and a splendidly spacious, sun-filled design create an impeccable lifestyle for this lovely 4-bedroom Colonial. Graciously entertain! $1,695,000

Manhasset, NY—This home on 1.4 acres boasts every amenity one would expect of exceptional living. Spacious, sun-splashed and super-convenient, the open-floor plan flows effortlessly from room to room. The large master suite opens to a multilevel deck with hot tub. $1,640,000

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SUNSETS AT SEASIDE

BEACHSIDE COLONIAL

Northport, NY—Sunsets burnish the sparkling vistas of this glorious .49-acre waterfront property on a bluff overlooking Long Island Sound. Multiple decks access the home’s own sandy beach below. $1,450,000

Northport, NY—Idyllically set just steps from a private beach, park and sparkling Long Island Sound, this spacious 5-bedroom Colonial enjoys a chef ’s kitchen, guest quarters and Crab Meadow beach. $1,199,000

A DREAM REALIZED

CHARM, CIRCA 1910

Smithtown, NY—This magnificently customized 5-bedroom Colonial is on a lovely new cul-de-sac amid landscaped grounds with stunning amenities, a tri-level saltwater pool, hot tub and cabana. $1,199,000

Dix Hills, NY—Brimming with country charm, this sprawling, circa1910 French chateau on 1.67 acres has unique appeal with a sun parlor, fireplaces, living and family rooms and more. $1,100,000

ELEGANCE BY THE SEA

DRAMATIC LUXURY

Northport, NY—Accompanied by an association private beach and mooring, this elegantly opulent 2003 Victorian enjoys a serene water view from landscaped grounds, a superb designer kitchen and more. $1,050,000

Melville, NY—Flawlessly sculpted architectural drama creates the memorable beauty of this supremely customized 5+ bedroom residence. Luxury rests in a magnificent, tranquil setting. $1,039,000

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SWEEPING VIEWS

Bedford Hills, NY—This 7,000-square-foot horse property on more than 20 acres in the heart of the Bedford Riding Lanes Association Trails offers stables, a dressage ring and pastures. Mady Wengrover $13,949,000

Rye, NY—This Colonial-style residence on 4.5 acres with a private beach and panoramic water views features 6 bedrooms, an oversized pool with Jacuzzi, a cabana and tennis court. Carol Katz $8,800,000

MAGNIFICENT DIRECT WATERFRONT

5 ACRES IN A COVETED LOCATION

Rye/Port Chester, NY—Direct waterfront with architectural drama! Sound panoramas reign in this magnificent 9,000-square-foot stoneaccented Newport Shingle-style residence with pool. Ken Boucher $7,850,000

Greenwich, CT—Featuring more than 5 acres of subdivided land in a sought-after location, this unique opportunity presents a 4,000square-foot home and a 2,360-square-foot home with a pool house. Kathryn Clauss and Joanne Mancuso $6,995,000

HISTORIC FARMINGTON ESTATE

PARKER’S GLEN

Farmington, CT—Privately set along the Farmington River, this 10,000-square-foot historic estate with boathouse, carriage house and free-form pool is ideally sited on 4.5 acres. Nuala Griffin and Charles Cusson $4,995,000

New Canaan, CT—A private enclave of five homes on 17+ acres with walking trails, stone walls and streams. Each home is uniquely designed and priced; 8,000 to 11,000 square feet. Kathryn Clauss and Joanne Mancuso From $4,995,000

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PICTURESQUE, ELEGANT MANOR

GRACEFUL HAVEN

Weston, CT—“Little Mountains” is a quintessential 12.5-acre estate embracing panoramic views, a stunning 7,100-square-foot residence, a pool, pool house and tennis court. Gail Lilley-Zawacki $4,900,000

Old Greenwich, CT—Beyond an elegant gate, this 5,500-square-foot residence on .83 acres is in an enviable association a short stroll to the beach and village. Enjoy Long Island Sound and a pool. Nora Giovati $4,295,000

SUMMERWIND

PARADISE

Greenwich, CT—This exquisitely renovated 6-bedroom 1920 European-style stucco home has water views. Walk to park, tennis, beach and boating. Just 25 minutes to Manhattan. Melissa Egbert $4,295,000

Westport, CT—On Bermuda Lagoon, this superb home boasts captivating water views, striking architecture, an oversized deepwater dock, a pool and spa. Located on a landscaped half acre. Robin Welling $3,995,000

HUDSON RIVER PANORAMA

FABULOUS EQUESTRIAN ESTATE

Croton on Hudson, NY—Panoramic Hudson River views and glorious sunsets enhance this 4,995-square-foot home set on 5.25 picturesque acres only 50 minutes from Manhattan. Ann Bassett $2,999,999

Goshen, CT—Equestrian estate on 100 acres with horse barn, heated pool, miles of trails and a custom Cape with formal living and dining room, gourmet kitchen and master suite. Susan E. Vaill $2,999,000

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ARDSLEY PARK ESTATE

SPECTACULAR FARMHOUSE RESIDENCE

Irvington, NY—Fully restored Colonial in Ardsley Park with wonderful porches, a gourmet kitchen and a master suite with dual baths. Expertly landscaped with a pool and guest house/cabana. Therese Militana Valvano $2,975,000

Weston, CT—Farmhouse Colonial on one of Weston’s most prestigious streets. Features a kitchen with handmade cabinets, a two-story family room with antique beams and 5 en suite bedrooms. Judy Michaelis $2,799,000

CAPTIVATING VISTAS

BEACON HILL TOWNHOMES

Briarcliff Manor, NY—With breathtaking panoramic views of the Hudson River, this private 3.3-acre property on the grounds of Sleepy Hollow Country Club offers vistas of the Manhattan skyline. Therese Militana Valvano $2,795,000

Greenwich, CT—Within steps of Greenwich Avenue, luxury guardgated condos feature formal rooms, commercial-style kitchen, 4 to 5 bedrooms, wine cellar, elevators, 2-car garage and stone patio. Kathryn Clauss and Joanne Mancuso From $2,695,000

ELEGANT TRADITION

STUNNING ESTATE

Southport, CT—Sophistication and elegance are hallmarks of this Shingle-style home designed to exceed the most discriminating expectations. A paradise on .43 acres with stone patio and terraced gardens. KMS Partners $2,495,000

Wilton, CT—Stunning Colonial on 2 acres features approximately 6,900 square feet of space, 2 new Beverly Ellsley designer kitchens, a finished lower level with sauna and dramatic Wagner pool. Cindy Watkins $2,495,000

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WATERSIDE GRANDEUR

PREMIUM BEACHFRONT LIVING

Branford, CT—Resplendent estate in Pine Orchard with 10 bedrooms and views of Long Island Sound. Grand ballroom with 22-foot vaulted ceiling and pipe organ. Beach, dock ownership and mooring rights. Susie Bonito $2,299,000

Branford, CT—Enjoy sunrises over the Thimble Islands from this Nantucket Shingle-style home with 4 bedrooms and 112 feet of frontage. Wonderful open floor plan with fireplaces in family and dining rooms. 75 miles to NYC. Joe Piscitelli $2,280,000

LOVELY WATER VIEWS

QUINTESSENTIAL COASTAL LIVING

Milford, CT—Views of Milford Harbor and Long Island Sound. Classic 4- or 5-bedroom Colonial boasts 5,400-square-feet of space with exquisite detailing and an ideal floor plan for entertaining. Jim Porto $1,799,000

Guilford, CT—Classic Shingle-style in a setting reminiscent of the Maine coast yet 90 miles to New York City. Waterfront with views of Long Island Sound on 1.64 private acres. Andrea Woolston $1,799,000

HISTORIC BEAUTY

EXCEPTIONAL VIEWS

Essex, CT—Fully restored with superb attention to detail, this 1776 Cape Cod Colonial located in the Village has lovely gardens, stone terracing and a pool. Diane Gregory and Roger Parkman $1,345,000

Ellington, CT—Beautifully sited to take in views of the Connecticut River Valley, this residence offers more than 6,000 square feet of living space, including 12 rooms, in-house elevator and media room. Margaret Wilcox $1,200,000

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Extraordinary estate offers an exceptional lifestyle and Long Island Sound views

Idyllic and inspiring BREATHTAKING CRAFTSMANSHIP and an idyllic location blend

seamlessly together to create this extraordinary Colonial estate home. Built in 2004, this newer home is set on 4 gorgeous acres of property along a blissfully quiet and private street. Distinguished by 14 rooms that are grand in both proportion and design, this magnificent home offers five bedrooms and four full and one half baths, offering a lifestyle of exceptional quality and comfort. Sophisticated in style and traditional in design, this residence consists of 6,500 square feet of luxurious living space and provides the fortunate homeowner with gorgeous views of the Long Island Sound throughout the winter months. Five fireplaces add charming touches to beautifully appointed rooms—spaces characterized by distinctive moldings, beamed ceilings, gleaming hardwood floors, unique arched hallways and a host of additional

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upstairs hallway balcony overlooks the grand entry foyer below and adds that extra elegance that distinguishes fine homes. The home’s spacious lower level is expansive and bright, courtesy of walk-out access to a spectacular 3,500-square-foot veranda, yet another glorious opportunity to enjoy the wonderfully private property. Additional amenities within this home include 10-zone central air conditioning, an inground sprinkler system and a three-car oversized attached garage approached by way of a paver stone driveway. Situated in the lovely Long Island community of St. James Head of Harbor, New York, this estate not only enjoys multiple acres of professionally maintained property that can accommodate a pool, pool house or tennis court, but is also set in a private and tranquil location convenient to points of interest throughout Suffolk County and beyond. Select shopping and dining, a yacht club and the harbor, as well as access to major highways and New York City transportation, are all close by.

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restaurant guide If you’ve got a craving, there’s a dining establishment in the area that will satisfy it. Turn to this listing next time you want a wonderful meal out. ARTURO’S Come for a meal and you’ll be fed as if you were part of the D’Anna family. Antonio runs the dining room, while wife Mimma works the kitchen, turning out Italian classics. 246-04 Jericho Turnpike, Floral Park; 516-352-7418 BABYLON CARRIAGE HOUSE Fans of this eatery enjoy the freedom of the Be Your Own Chef menu, where diners can chose how they’d like their meal prepared, from the filet migon with truffled mac and cheese to the half roasted chicken. 21 Fire Island Avenue, Babylon Village; 631-422-5161

Featuring staples such as corned beef and shepherd’s pie, plus American fare. 131 Carleton Avenue, East Islip; 631-277-0007 KOTOBUKI Supremely fresh describes the sushi offerings at this Japanese gem. The specialty rolls draw rave reviews, as do the fried oysters. But be prepared to wait since no reservations are accepted. 1530 Old Northern Boulevard, Roslyn; 516-621-5312

BESITO A gourmet take on traditional Mexican cuisine, here you'll still find tacos and enchiladas, albeit stuffed with goodies like achioteseasoned pork cooked in a banana leaf. Don’t miss the guacamole prepared tableside. 1516 Old Northern Boulevard, Roslyn; 516-484-3001 BRANZINO This hideaway explores the cuisine of northern Italy, with dishes like homemade ravioli stuffed with duck and grilled rack of lamb with a dark mint sauce. Or try the restaurant’s namesake: a whole Mediterranean sea bass served baked or grilled. 152 Union Avenue, Lynbrook; 516-599-6161 CIAO BABY Visions of Frankie, Dean and the rest of the Rat Pack can’t help but be conjured up at this 21stcentury Italian delight. Patrons will begin their meal with crusty Italian bread and assorted olives as they groove to the sounds of Motown, before feasting on family-style portions of Italian favorites. 1000-1003 Jericho Turnpike, Commack; 631-543-1400 DUKE FALCON’S GLOBAL GRILL Fictional Duke Falcon traveled the world in the 1930s, and the menu here reflects the culinary influences he would have picked up. Asian, Mediterranean, Caribbean and European commingle in tasty fare. 36 West Park Avenue, Long Beach; 516-897-7000 GEORGE MARTIN Dry-aged steaks and fresh seafood are served with expertly crafted martinis at this American bistro. Other classic offerings include an iceberg wedge and jagerschnitzel. 65 North Park Avenue, Rockville Centre; 516-678-7272

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SHIKI A plethora of both traditional and unique sushi rolls are expertly prepared at this Japanese jewel. Fans favor the Big Daddy roll and the Kaki roll. 233 East Main Street, Babylon Village; 631-669-5404 SRIPR APHAI Often ranked tops for Thai, this Woodside spot serves authentic dishes you won’t see offered many other places. And crowds are willing to wait for a seat and a chance to see how much spice their taste buds can handle. 64-13 39th Avenue, Queens; 718-899-9599 TAVERNA KYCLADES You can almost feel the Mediterranean breeze as you savor the freshest seafood at this Greek favorite. A no-reservations policy doesn’t deter fans, who flock here for the whole-fish specialties. 33-07 Ditmars Boulevard, Queens; 718-545-8666

MALAGUETA Dig into Brazilian home cooking at this Astoria hideaway. Meat lovers will rejoice with the traditional pincanha barbecue, and seafood fans will be tempted by several fresh fish selections. 2535 36th Avenue, Queens; 718-937-4821 NAGAHAMA The small spot turns out top-notch Japanese cuisine. Regulars endure the waits and pack in to dine on chef Hide Yamamoto’s fresh sushi creations, crispy tempura and tasty teriyaki. 169 East Park Avenue, Long Beach; 516-432-6446 PACE’S STEAK HOUSE The art of marinating has been perfected at this striking steakhouse, with each cut of meat marinating in a secret brewed sauce for three days. A selective wine list provides the perfect counterpart to any meal. 325 Nesconset Highway, Hauppauge; 631-979-7676 THE PARKWOOD CAFÉ Spotlighting an oft-neglected cuisine, this German eatery is far from pretentious, as attested by the beer steins, wood paneling and moose head at the door. 399 Montauk Highway, West Islip; 631-587-2844 PICCOLA VENEZIA For more than three decades, this spot has been luring in diners with traditional Italian dishes. Homemade pastas and fresh seafood and meats pair with extensive wine options. End your evening with a pistachio cannoli.

TRATTORIA L’INCONTRO A welcoming neighborhood feel makes the tasty Italian fare all the better. The list of daily specials is lengthy, and diners can choose from traditional classic dishes and contemporary renditions. 21-76 31st Street, Queens; 718-721-3532 TOURNESOL Feel transported to France in this tiny 40-seat bistro. Homemade foie gras terrine, escargot and frisee aux lardons are just the beginning to steak frites or cassoulet. 50-12 Vernon Boulevard, Queens; 718-472-4355 TUPELO HONEY Settle into the hip and trendy surrounds as you enjoy innovative New American dishes, like black pepper–crusted rare tuna with chili–black bean cake. Monday nights feature live music. 39 Roslyn Avenue, Sea Cliff; 516-671-8300 UNCLE JACK’S STEAKHOUSE The focus here is on beef: USDA prime beef dry-aged for 21 days, to be exact. Whether you choose a porterhouse, New York strip or filet mignon, you can rest assured it will be perfectly prepared. 39-40 Bell Boulevard, Queens; 718-229-1100 WILD HONEY DINING & WINE Located in the building where Teddy Roosevelt kept his summer office, this New American is creating history of its own with an imaginative menu. Enjoy the slow-cooked baby-back ribs or spicy sesame prawns. 1 East Main Street, Oyster Bay; 516-922-4690 P

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THE IRISH COFFEE PUB Thanks to a small assemblage of tables and a stone fireplace, “warm and intimate” best describe the setting of this Irish abode.

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