EDIT-Southold.indd 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! A quaint village surrounded by farms, vineyards, and beaches, with Long Island Sound to the north, Southold Bay to the east, and Little Peconic Bay to the south, it is ideal for summer vacationers, retirees, and full-time residents alike.

Harbesfall v3 Harvest time on the North Fork typically occurs from mid-September through late October, when the grapes are ripened and plucked from the vines, pumpkins are ready for Halloween, and apples are crisp and delicious as they are picked from the trees. In celebration of this large harvest, there are many fall festivals held at the various vineyards and farms all along the North Fork. Here visitors can sample the delightful wines, enjoy fresh food from the local farms, and even pick pumpkins and apples along the way. Enjoy the many festivities including musical events, art exhibitions, oysterfests, hayrides, and more as you sample the best the North Fork has to offer at harvest time.

Greenport June 15, 2009 025 Marking its 175th anniversary as an incorporated village in 1838, Greenport, was settled in 1682, and was originally a major fishing and whaling port. Located near the easternmost tip of Long Island’s North Fork, Greenport borders Long Island Sound on the north and the Peconic Bay on the south. Attracting fishermen, tourists, beachgoers and boaters alike, Greenport is an historic seaside resort town.


“Greenport’s downtown waterfront is the gem of our Village with The Mitchell Park Marina and Carousel welcoming visitors and residents year round. Greenport is a walking Village that offers many shops, restaurants and art galleries. As a long time resident and recently elected Village Trustee,  I have a deep love for this Village. I enjoy sharing my experience here with my customers.” Julia Robins jrobins@albertsonrealty.com Albertson Realty  631.477.2730

  Sheri Winter Clarry has been in all aspects of real estate and business development for eighteen years, and has been Corcoran’s North Fork top producer from 2005 to 2012. But at the same time, she is a devoted wife, a loving mother of two and an avid boater in Southold. Enjoying a beautiful home on the North Fork and Manhattan with her family, while catering to her exclusive clients, Sheri describes both business and personal aspects of her busy life: