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Other parts of the country might be more affected by poor viewing weather, as a tropical cyclone is possible in the Southeast United States.
A solar eclipse is a big deal—and this is the first time one is coming to the US since 1979. You won’t be able to catch one again until 2024.
This is only the second time that the home has been on the market in its 140 years. With a $55 million asking price, the property is one of the most expensive in the Hamptons.
Built in 1976, Rachael Ray and her husband, John, purchased the home in 2008 for $2.1 million to be close to his parents. Before that, the home was sold in 2005 for $998,000.
The property has two beach houses, an oceanside pool, 200 feet of ocean frontage, a private path to the ocean, and views of both the ocean and Napeague Harbor.
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When the home was listed in 2016, it had a $9.25 million price tag. After four months up for sale, the price dropped down to $8.75 million. And most recently, almost $1 million was shaved off, bringing it below the $8 million mark.
The oceanfront belongs to real estate investor Michael Hirtenstein, who rented it out to Tinder through listing agent Chris Coleman of Saunders Real Estate.
Weinstein and Chapman said that they’re selling their estate because they don’t get to come out to the Hamptons as often as they’d like to.
The estate is host to the only private art museum in the Hamptons—and it has four main galleries. The structure is 7,500 square feet and 36-feet high, surrounded by forest and landscaping that leave it camouflaged.
The East Hampton estate just went down in asking price again, cutting $6 million from the price tag. The home got its first $4 million price cut just three weeks ago.
Robert Sillerman’s old digs has 20,000-square-feet of living space on 14 acres. The oceanfront estate was built in 1994 and has 700-feet of direct oceanfront across three separate lots.
Designed by Futterman Architects in 1987, the waterfront home has both pond access and ocean access. On 2.7 acres of land, the home stands 5,500-square-feet with four bedrooms and four-and a-half bathrooms.
"Summerhouse," which was recently completed by Kean Development, has nine bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and four half-bathrooms on four acres of land. All of the bedrooms are ensuite.
Hosting an event at the property directly violates a zoning code which states that residential districts cannot be used for commercial purposes.
Originally, the partnership’s fundraising campaign needed to raise $6 million of the total $8 million estimated cost in donations and pledges by July 1 in order to ensure the project.
The condominium complex was originally approved in 2006 and first had plans of building off County Road 39 and Tuckahoe Lane back in April of 2009.
The entire estate is actually on the market as two separate parcels—one 7.15-acre piece where the main house, pool, and guest house sits, and the other four acres with tennis courts.
Yes, the credit card company. No, they haven’t discussed how much they paid for the rental.
These renovations are about to remove a whopping 40 percent of the home. Planned additions include another wing, four-car garage, and raising the roof by five feet.
Construction is planned to start in the fall, as the Architectural Review Board has to approve the plans before issuing a building permit.
The ride takes about 40 minutes, but costs more than ten times as much money. Meanwhile, a seat on the Hampton Jitney will cost you $45, but can take up to three times as long to drive out.
The home is 6,500-square-feet in size on 2.11 acres of land, with seven bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms. There are a total of four outbuildings on the property.
Fischl commented, "The arts have been a part of Sag Harbor since its earliest days, and unlike the other Hamptons, it has always been a maker of things valuable to an economy greater than its small borders."
Located in North Haven and close to Sag Harbor village, 1 Fahys Road stands 5,500-square-feet with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms on 4.44 acres of land—plus 327 feet of beach frontage.
From June 23 to September 4, the reality show will be filmed every weekend at the Deerfield Road home, which is on the market for $4,995,000 with listing agent Geoff Gifkins of Nest Seekers.
The 124-residence community—developed by Kenilworth Equities and Rimland Development—is located on 46 acres in Cutchogue, all represented by Sheri Winter Clarry of Corcoran Group Real Estate.
Historic Frank Cartwright house in East Hampton is in contract after less than one month on the market
The Frank Cartwright house was listed on May 3 and after less than a month on the market, the home went into contract on May 31.
The home belongs to the music producer L.A. Reid, who has worked with names such as Future, Rick Ross, and 21 Savage. For some throwbacks, he’s worked with TLC, Toni Braxton, and Boyz II Men.
‘59 Middle Lane’ serves as both the title of a 2012 documentary and the address of the East Hampton home at which the documentary takes place. In this case, the address is up for sale, asking $12.7 million.
The 8,000-square-foot home—built in 2004—features six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two half-baths, and cathedral ceilings in the great room.
Built 135 years ago, Tick Hall is part of the "Seven Sisters," a collection of shingle style homes in the Montauk Association.
In 2015, the Town of East Hampton became strict on a law that required drivers picking up in the town limits to have a business office and license from the town to operate.
The home was built from the wood of a ship, and it actually still has the original pegs holding it together.
The goal is to encourage drivers to practice safe driving and remind them how important not texting and driving is. This provides a space for them to pull over to read or compose a text, rather than doing it while driving.