Tuesday, December 06
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Founder Rich Perello melds art and science to build a well-designed home structured around your lifestyle. He oversees each job, ensuring a quality end-product. By providing 3D rendering at every step of the process, and cost adjustments for on-the-fly changes, Perello eliminates the disconnect between architect and builder.
Tucked away on a busy stretch of Old Country Road in Quogue is a pristine and tranquil place to experience the unspoiled beauty of nature on eastern Long Island. It’s the Quogue Wildlife Refuge, a nonprofit, 300-plus-acre nature preserve that’s open to the public 365 days a year, from sunrise to sunset, free of charge.
HRES: What is your favorite Sag Harbor neighborhood? Why? GD: I love the Historic District and never fail to notice some charming detail I never noticed before. I’ve been a history buff my entire life, graduated from University of Pennsylvania with a degree in American Civilization, fascinated by the richness of architecture and decorative arts in Philadelphia
Summer is finally here and now is the time to enjoy the gorgeous beaches in the Hamptons. From Westhampton Beach to Montauk, the beaches on the East End are some of the most spectacular in the world.
HRES is known for its pages of multi-million dollar listings, but once in a while a property comes along that requires a bit more attention like this one of a kind 17 acre estate being represented by Susan Breitenbach. HRES sat down with Susan to find out what makes this Ocean Road estate exceptional.
Bay Street begins the season with CONVICTION (May 27-June 15) by Carey Crim and directed by Scott Schwartz, Bay Street’s new Artistic Director. The production is co-produced by Bay Street Theatre, Rubicon Theatre in California, Dead Posh Productions, London and Canada’s Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. Previews sponsored by Peconic Landing.
Hamptons Real Estate Showcase sits down with one of the top producers in the Hamptons, Laura White of Saunders & Associates. Laura gives us her take on the real estate market and what she¹s passionate about.
Green design in the Hamptons is more than a trend. Conserving the natural resources in the Hamptons is vital in a lifestyle so intertwined with the environment. Here are some local builders utilizing green design in the homes they build.
Circa 1920’s ivy covered, breathtakingly romantic and beautifully restored English-style stucco cottage with slate roof set on .50+/- acre and an included adjacent separate .50+/- acre provide a completely serene and private setting from which to enjoy unparalleled views of Shinnecock Bay and the Atlantic beyond.
This quintessential traditional-style family home is nestled conveniently close, within a mile’s walking distance, to dozens of charming boutiques, chic galleries and exquisite eateries in the village of Southampton. Set in a quiet neighborhood off of iconic Hill St.