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The battered sign hanging on the far wall of the Wm. J. Mills and Co. Sailmakers showroom shows its age. ‘Established 1880’ it says, the year an enterprising Scottish immigrant named William Mills hung this very shingle outside his freshly-minted workshop in Greenport, which in those years was a commercial fishing hub.
Specializing in high-end estate/tag sales and clean-outs, The Clearing House Xchange co-owned by Victoria Collett and her partner, James “Nick” Nicolino, is celebrating its 10th anniversary...
In Greenport, a couple has restored a saddlemaker’s late nineteenth century home with twenty-first century flair...
As the summer heats up, the real estate market is getting even hotter, especially on the North Fork. From wineries to “farm-to-table” restaurants, beautiful beaches, art ...
Summer is finally here and now is the time to enjoy the beautiful beaches all along the North Fork. From the scenic rocky shoreline of Long Island Sound to the white sandy beaches of the Peconic Bay and Shelter Island Sound, there are miles of gorgeous beaches to explore.
Antique Village Lane Victorian Orient - Beautifully Maintained - Heart Of The Village Original Detail Throughout - Separate Oversized Garage Last Asking Price: $1,495,000 Listing Broker Anne Reitman North Fork Real Estate Inc. [email protected]
From Strong’s Peconic Bay marina in Mattituck, boaters can experience pristine beaches, peaceful cruising and ideal conditions for watersports, and take jaunts to Shelter Island, the Hamptons and beyond.  Current model Pursuit and Cobalt boats, from 18 to 24 ft., are available for rent by the day, week or season. 
Have you ever wondered what makes some homes look so special? In a neighborhood of houses, some stand out from the crowd. It doesn’t always have to do with size or location. Some properties just look pulled together — the house and grounds unite into a seamless whole.
The North Fork boasts over 30 Bed & Breakfasts. Whether you’re planning a vineyard wedding, a beach weekend, or a quiet getaway, enjoy a delightful experience at a B&B.
The hamlet of Southold was settled in 1640 by English Puritans from New Haven Colony in Connecticut. It is reported to be the first English settlement on Long Island and the oldest English town in New York State. Celebrating its 350th birthday in 1990, it will celebrate its 375th birthday in 2015!