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Inspired by the amazing Animal Rescue Fund’s Private Garden Tour of East Hampton, try adding one of these dynamic design elements to make your garden mystical. Mix in a carved vintage urn, granite goddess, or white limestone buddha to your blooming flower beds and host your own gorgeous garden tour!
In a world that’s constantly changing, one thing has managed to stay the same- the natural beauty, allure, and unique cache of the Hamptons. Whether your family has lived on the desirable South Fork of the East-end, or you’re looking to invest or buy for the first time, one thing still rings true- building a home in the Hamptons is one of the best real estate investments you will ever make.
Hampton Real Estate Magazine takes a look at outdoor living spaces now a must when building a new Hampton's home.
Hampton's Real Estate Showcase takes a look at Hampton's Builder Jay Bialsky...“I buy great property, and great property leads to great design,” Jay explains. With a keen eye for a parcel’s maximum potential, he is responsible for some of the most magnificent homes and developments on the East End, many of which have unparalleled views.
Eastern Long Island, known for its beautiful beaches is also home to wine country. With its maritime climate, warm summers, cool breezes, unique soils, and long growing season, it has 3,000 acres of vineyards, 51 wine producing. The North Fork has 47, while the South Fork has four. Here is just a sampling.
Unique, mysterious, and eclectic, succulents are as easy to care for as they are trendy. Plant these pretty desert flowers in your garden, porch pots, or create mini-magical arrangements inside your Hamptons home, to add a hip new dose of design.
After a hot summer day out east, whether it is by the ocean, the sound, the bay, or at the pool, the coolest feeling of all might just be the stream of fresh water coming down from your fabulous outdoor shower...
Hampton's Real Estate Showcase sits down with Martha Gundersen of Brown Harris Stevens for a little Q&A... Q: As one of the more successful brokers in the Hamptons, what is it that sets you apart from the pack? A: The three rules of being a good broker is listen, listen, listen...
KDHamptons founder Kelli Delaney Kot shares her latest design obsession: Beautiful blue agate!