This stunner built in 1923 has a deceptive curb appeal that makes it look smaller than it is. But take a look from the side of this corner lot in Long Beach and things start to become clear.
Property of the Week: Inside a Master Craftsman’s Masterpiece
You know the tiled, vaulted ceiling at the Oyster Bar in Grand Central Terminal? Or the similar one in the market beneath the Queensboro Bridge? Well, those famous ceilings (and many more) were designed by master builder Rafael Guastavino, Sr., and his son, Rafael Jr. — the latter of which happened to live in a waterfront villa on Awixa Avenue in Bay Shore.... Read More
Property of the Week: Your At-Home Resort at Pen Mor Drive
Why head to a resort this summer when you can own your own? Located in the Pen Mor Farms subdivision of Muttontown, this built-in-2004 stunner will have you wishing you were home seconds after jetting off on your latest vacation.... Read More
Property of the Week: Panoramic Views and Serenity in Greenport
The North Fork offers what is arguably one of the most up-and-coming real estate markets on Long Island. "The North Fork market dynamics have been relatively constant – supply remains low, demand is robust and prices are on the rise," says Mariah Mills, an agent with Daniel Gale Sothebys International Realty. Come see why the top of the twin forks is home to this week's Long Island HOME's Property of the Week. ... Read More