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Panoramic Views In Montauk – Town & Country Real Estate Sells Pair of Montauk Oceanfront Estates Listed For $13M

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Town & Country Real Estate congratulates Associate Jeff Sztorc, licensed real estate salesperson in our East Hampton Office, on the sale of two magnificent oceanfront properties in Montauk. Just west of Gurney's and offering fantastic panoramic views, the properties offer some of the highest elevations on Old Montauk Highway. Listed for $13 million.

 

"The properties are very special," says Sztorc.  "With quite a bit of elevation, the views of the Atlantic are impossible to beat.  I'm excited to be a part of this on a stretch of the ocean I'm passionate about." 


To see more about the property visit - http://www.townandcountryhamptons.com/html/projectDetails.php?innum=30862 and http://www.townandcountryhamptons.com/html/projectDetails.php?innum=04130

Avenue Magazine Fashion Photo Shoot

Friday, June 5th, 2015

Avenue Magazine had a fashion photo shoot for their July Issue on Wednesday June 3rd at 8 Mitchell Dunes Lane, a Town & Country oceanfront exclusive in prime Amagansett. Eva Saleh and Susan Feinman Senior Account Directors, from Avenue Magazine and their wonderful team, Jessica Lee and Haley Friedlich as well as Claudia Talamas – Stylist, Ryan Plett – Photographer, Juliette Perreux – Hair, Bianna Joelle – Makeup, Sian Osborne – Model, all there helping to make this shoot a success. Special thanks to Mother Nature who was very cooperative providing a day of sunshine glistening off the ocean.

To view full listing details click here: http://www.1townandcountry.com/html/projectDetails.php?innum=28219

Judi A. Desiderio, Chief Executive Officer

JD@1TownandCountry.com                    

631.324.8080 ext. 221

EAST HAMPTON TOWN BOARD APPROVES LAND PURCHASES

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

The town board has approved, unanimously, the purchase of 3 properties.

The first is a 5.9 acre waterfront lot at 41 Three Mile Harbor Road, owned by the Prand Corp. the parcel has 670’ of shoreline and has approximately 2 acres of low-lying area which helps absorb rainwater and prevent flooding in the area.

The other two parcels are in Montauk.

One lot at 20 Gloucester Ave, .44 acres, owned by L. La Ruffa for $190,000 and the second at 117 North Greenwich St, 0.3, owned by C. Foti for $225,000.

All three parcels will be used for open space, park, nature preserve or recreation area.

All good additions to East Hampton’s land holdings.

Bravo!

Mystery Open House Tour on Mattituck Inlet – April 30, 11:30AM – 2:30PM – Captain Bob’s Fishing Station at Old Mill Inn, Mattituck

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

GREENPORT: NORTH FORK BOOM-TOWN

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Remember you learned about this great secret at Town & Country’s blog first: a leg up on all the people searching for fabulous real estate opportunities: one for the record books:

(And don’t forget about us when you become rich and famous…..) this is a bit of a long blog: the secret is at the end of the blog!  Shhhh don’t tell anyone…….

The charming and historic maritime village of Greenport, judged by the number and caliber of new business openings lately, this Town is booming. Without any exaggeration. Much of the news centers around the theme of what everybody loves on the North Fork: Fish(ing), Food (Agritourism) and Wine, and the places to go and stay to take it all in. Greenport is in the center of all that is happening in the North Fork, New York’s Wine Country.

Take for example the Greenport Harbor Brewing company opened this summer…just behind Front Street, next to what looks like a Wild West Jail building where Greenport’s mischievous would have been housed temporarily in the past, the hustle-bustle tourist part of the Town.

 

A bit further down Main Street, just past Frank Purita’s  D’Latte (where you will enjoy the best Italian Gelato West of Rome) Nello Balan, culinary celebrity in Manhattan and South Hampton, is re-opening the former "Isle de Beaute" restaurant as "Seaweed".  Construction is underway there, and ground was broken for the large scale renovation at the site just accross the street where Nello will open a Hotel

 One of my favorite restaurateur’s on the North Fork, Dennis McDermott (FOH) and Hank Tomashevski (who scored a 7 year hit with the Frisky Oyster Restaurant ) opened Frisky Oyster Bar on Front Street…. with dining "al fresco" finally on Front Street overlooking the Carroussel and Souhold Bay/Greenport Harbor.

 

Mayor Kapell oversaw years of redevelopment of the Greenport Waterfront resulting in a quite attractive and family friendly down town in this spectacular yet cozy Maritime Town.

Family style "This little Italian Place" opened this week on Front Street with Southold’s favourite Italian Son, Joe Pagano returning to cooking family style Italian food and again, finally al fresco dining! And all these great places from simple to expensive are all walking distance in a 3 or 4 block area of Greenport’s waterfront Down-town. And don’t forget the welcome additions from previous years: (without getting into the Starbucks love-it or hate-it discussion) : The Loft (& Harborfront Deli), Barbeque Bill’s,and if you didn’t bring something appropriate to wear -whatever that means on the North Fork- ladies: visit Mint Boutique!!!

So now the catch-all secret: Greenport Real Estate, with the most charming fixer uppers on quiet, tree-lined avenues looking for tender love and restoring care, galant Victorians entirely restored, or glorious waterfronts, Greenport real estate has never been more affordable, is basically "ON SALE".

Check out also the special incentives for First Time Home Buyers, which bring these fixer uppers entirely within financial reach – you may be very pleasantly surprised! Call Town and Country’s family of local Real Estate professionals for more information, or email me at jbischoff@1townandcountry.com.

Buy a home now in Greenport. You’ll be glad you did. Before anyone else finds out what’s been happening!

Here’s To Summer 2009

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

The Board of Directors of Town & Country Real Estate recently had a board meeting over lobster rolls and champagne while overlooking the spectacular open bay views in East Hampton, and discussing future growth of the company. Business is terrific and Town & Country grows every day,  set to sail off into the sunset with success. Happy Summer 2009