Hamptons Historic Preservation
Remember the fire that ripped through Sag Harbor’s main street and destroyed the historic cinema? Good news: A restoration is officially in place.
The oldest-standing home in Westhampton Beach is undergoing a restoration project. It is part of the Westhampton Beach Historical Society.
The Southampton Historical Museum has received a grant to be used for the restoration of the 1830s Red Creek Schoolhouse.
This year’s tour, "From Egypt Close to Lazy Point—Celebrating 32 years of distinctive houses," showcases some of the finest architecture in the area.
Adults can learn how to make beach plum jelly, while children will learn to use Victorian implements to make butter and colonial to make applesauce.
For holiday presents with a difference, head over to the Bridgehampton Museum’s sale for original art and vintage posters, as well as other items.
The rebuilding of the home of Pyrrhus Concer could get underway soon in Southampton as a museum. Mr. Concer, a whaler, was one of the first Americans to dock in Tokyo, Japan, and probably the first person of color ever to visit Japan.
Get a sneak peek at the final phases of restoration of the Thomas Moran Studio on Friday, July 29. There will be a benefit cocktail party from 6-8PM, where today’s East End artists will gather.
The first Battle of Sag Harbor took place in 1777; today, the battle in Sag Harbor is over preservation, and the only casualty is neighborliness.
The charming house called Laffalot in the Art Village is in peril. The Landmarks & Historic District Board has just received a demolition application.
The only thing better than ogling beautiful homes and interiors here on Curbed is seeing them in person on a house tour!
This Sears kit house, asking $825K, was built on Shelter Island in 1925. It would have cost $2483 then, a mere $33,787.53 in today's money.
A dry goods store, to a food market, to Almond