11:30am - 1:00pm
Thursday, April 17th
97 Sandpiper Lane, Bridgehampton
THURSDAY, APRIL 17th
2 Wainscott Main Street,
- Exclusive: Elizabeth Gilbert’s New Chapter ..
- The Separate Kitchen Makes a Comeback
- Mortgages: Sign on the Digital Dotted Line
- Living in: South Williamsburg: Catching Up to..
- Industrial Output Climbs, and New-Home Starts..
- Suburbs Try to Prevent an Exodus as Young Adu..
- Currents: Events: Dutch Design, Up for Bid
- The Details: In Milan, Putting a Pretty Face ..
- Shopping With Lauren Rottet: Occasional Table..
- On Location: Stockton, N.J.: It’s All 1810 ..
- Currents: Books: When Our Maids Lived In
- Currents: Q&A: Symbolism Meets Modern Life
- Currents: Goods: A Cold One Wrapped in Plasti..
- Currents: Outdoors: Gather Round the Fire, Wh..
- Currents: Market Ready: Should We Remove Wall..
- House Proud: Square Feet: 84. Possessions: 30..
- Property Values: What You Get for... $1,400,0..
- The Hunt: The East Village: In the Thick of T..
- International Real Estate: Real Estate in Pue..
- The 30-Minute Interview: Steven B. Greenberg
- Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
- The Appraisal: Next Residents of a Luxury Bui..
- The Hunt: A Must-Have List Changes in Midstre..
- Living in: Westerleigh, S.I., Built on Temper..
- Back to the Jersey Shore
The seaside villages that make up the Hamptons, some originally settled in the 17th century, stretch west to east from Southampton to Amagansett, finishing at the very end of Long Island along the dramatic bluffs of Montauk. Once noted primarily for its spectacular wide stretches of pristine ocean beaches, the dynamic Hamptons are rapidly evolving from summer getaway to country retreat...a place where those with busy lives elsewhere are investing more and more of their precious leisure time year round. Indeed, an increasing number of people are making the Hamptons their permanent home.
51 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937