They say less is more and that is just what these quaint and cozy “tiny gems” on the North Fork are. They are in great locations with many of the same luxuries as their larger counterparts. Come live your North Fork dream and enjoy these petite properties.
To make a perfect biscuit, you must take care to neither overwork nor underwork the dough. Overworked dough results in a tough biscuit. Underworked, it will crumble apart and never achieve its full potential.
The hamlet of Jamesport, first settled in the 1690s, was originally called Aquebogue then Lower Aquebogue. In 1833, James Tuthill and his family settled the area south of Lower Aquebogue, which then became known as “Jamesport.”
As spring ushers in, the North Fork real estate market is off to a strong start. Seasonal rentals are up from last year and sales are robust. Waterfront properties and the Village of Greenport continue to be the hottest markets.
The 2016 North Fork real estate market was very strong overall and for many realtors, it was their best year since 2008! With sales up, prices rising, and inventory very low, it was a seller’s market. There were multiple bids with properties selling at or above asking price.
For those of us lucky enough to live on the East End year-round, it’s not the summer social scene we treasure, or the summer crowds. What makes this place so special is the sheer beauty of the landscape in all of its diversity. Gardens are important additions to that landscape, and arguably the queen of East End flower gardens is the hydrangea.