Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: CALLING ALL MID CENTURY MODERN LOVERS! Rarely found contemporary ranch (one of only a few thousand built in the Northeast) designed by world renowned
Get In-Depth Insights and Exclusive Content Delivered Direct to You. The Sag Harbor area home of international sculpture artist Robert Hooke was added to the market earlier this month. The property, totaling four acres, presents an opportunity for a waterfront compound on one of the last remaining buildable parcels of its kind in the area. It was listed at $9.5 million with the Atlantic Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Stonington residents have the opportunity Oct. 5 to decide the merits of a proposed property tax abatement for the Campbell Grain apartment project. This tax abatement would have the town forgo collecting property tax of $690,000 over 10 years. The abatement of $690,000 would allow: (1) the developer to earn profits of about $4 million and (2) allow the property owner to sell the former Campbell Grain property for $1 million, based on documents submitted to the town. The only winners in this upside-down proposal are the for-profit developer and the current property owner.
Ledyard is poised to be the town people want to move to, but we need more houses at affordable prices to attract new residents. We need to grow our housing stock and diversify the tax base in town. Whether it is skilled tradespeople building submarines down the road, workers at the many businesses in the region, or those who are retiring after their career, Ledyard is right in the middle of all of it. More housing, and more kinds of housing, will allow parents to downsize once their kids have moved out, so they can afford to live their whole lives in town — and it will lower everyone’s tax bill.
The Sag Harbor waterfront home of sculpture artist Robert Hooke hit the market for $9.5 million. Located in the Northampton Shores community, the 4-acre property at 5 Peconic Avenue consists of three lots, and is being marketed as one of the last remaining buildable parcels. The compound includes a 2,000-square-foot...
New York Post
The home where Hamptonites flocked for the area’s best tomatoes has hit the market for the first time since the mid-1800s, asking $1,795,000, The Post has learned. Named the Holton House, the Sag Harbor property has been owned by the same family for two centuries, an occurrence that has been pegged by the realtors as “extremely rare.”
IN NEW LONDON
BOZRAH — The town of Bozrah is hoping to get state grant funding to help purchase hundreds of acres of land in the south side of town, officials say. First Selectman Glenn Pianka said the process was started by Avalonia Land Conservancy, but has since grown to include the towns of Bozrah and Montville, as well as Norwich Public Utilities.
This exceptional residence in the heart of Sag Harbor Village seamlessly blends wonderful historic details, that would be nearly impossible to replicate, with 21st century sensibility and features. Move right into this beautifully appointed home or reimagine it to your personal aesthetic. In 3,000+/- sq. ft. of living space there are 5 bedrooms, 5 and 1 half baths plus a full basement. The home was built in 1832 for Rev. Samuel King, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, the Old Whalers Church, and is replete with original features.
East Hampton Star
The East Hampton School District has a homework assignment for local government leaders and community members: Brainstorm solutions to a teacher-and-staff shortage that's projected only to get worse because of the lack of affordable housing options here. The due date? Tuesday, Oct. 26, when the East Hampton School Board will...
With the real estate floor rising rapidly and with salaries that don’t match, East Hampton School District administrators and the Board of Education are calling on state and local officials... more. East Hampton Town officials this week began discussing whether to move to seize ownership of ... by Michael Wright.
GLASTONBURY — The formal proposal for a big development of commercial space and apartments on the west side of Main Street calls for demolition of one more building than was envisioned when the developers informally presented their ideas for the complex in March. The additional structure slated to come down...
Get In-Depth Insights and Exclusive Content Delivered Direct to You. One of the historic “Seven Sisters” cottages in what was a summer colony designed by Stanford White, one of the Gilded Age’s most famous architects, has finally found a buyer. The Andrews House at 153 Deforest Road in Montauk, near the legendary talkshow host Dick Cavett’s Tick Hall, is now in contract. The last asking price was $11.95 million.
The future of a proposed $8.8 million luxury apartment complex in downtown Norwich is moving forward again after city council members unanimously voted to direct $800,000 in American Rescue Plan funding to the developer of the project. Norwich Luxury Apartments LLC, owned by Yacov Adler of Spring Valley, New York,...
Get In-Depth Insights and Exclusive Content Delivered Direct to You. Thierry Pfister, a highly praised architect, designed a home for sale at 621 Lazy Point Road in Amagansett. This 5.34-acre property with 3,840 square feet of interior living space is priced at $8.95 million. Catherine Debackere of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.
East Hampton Star
Venice II L.L.C. to 154CHR Family L.L.C., 154 Cranberry Hole Road, July 21, $7,300,000. Bruno Boetger to Joseph and Sabrina Gallant, 25 Bridge Hill Lane, July 1, $3,700,000. Joan Caspi to 201 SR L.L.C., 201 Sagaponack Road, Aug. 10, $4,025,000. EAST HAMPTON. James and Pauline Talmage to Andres and Mercedes...
Several months ago, I purchased a completely remodeled condo for rental purposes in New London. The purchase price for this nice two bedroom, 1 and 1/2 bath unit was $50,000. Therefore, I was rather surprised, to say the least, when I read in your paper that the taxpayers of Connecticut had subsidized the construction of 20 small apartment units at a cost of $7 million, "Former New London Catholic school reborn as affordable housing," (Sept. 11). That is a per unit cost of $350,000, which is seven times the cost of what I paid for my condo and is equal to the cost of a beautiful 2,000-square-foot home in our area.