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The History of Eastport, NY - 10/29/07 12:04 PM
The one and one half square miles of land that is now called Eastport actually had it's beginning as far back as the 1730s. Back then, Gristmills could be found at the heads of most of the creeks, and farming was the community's most important asset. Early on, the area actually was two adjoining communities, Seatuck and Waterville. The two hamlets joined some time around 1850 to become what is now known today as Eastport. Not long after the Pekin duck was introduced to the U.S. from China (somewhere around 1873), duck farming became central to Eastport with as many as (1 comments)
Beginning Sunday, November 4th and running through Sunday, November 11th, you will be able to enjoy some of the best restaurants Long Island has to offer for a three course prixe fixe of $21.95. The event is being organized by World Hampton Public Relations, a Long Island hospitality P.R. firm. The basic concept is to inspire people to get out and try restaurants that they have not yet been to, with the hopes of restaurateurs being to develop regular return visits from patrons. Each restaurant will feature it's own special menu. Here's how it works- For a bargain price of $21.95, restaurants will (0 comments)
I was just cleaning some old files out of my laptop this morning, when I saw a file named "Good Karma". I don't remember ever seeing it before. I opened it up to check it out and found that it must have been a file I saved from an email. Inside, the first page on the slideshow said "This is what the Dalai Lama has to say for 2007, Instructions for Life" (Better late than never, I always say) There's so much stuff that goes around the internet, and I really don't know much about the Dalai Lama, so I can't verify that he (10 comments)
Selling your Home - Don't get Caught in the Game! - 10/26/07 12:30 PM
You've made the decision. It's time to sell your home, damn the market. The motivation is there, and besides, the place your going is also in a down market. You might even do all right on the deal. The thing is, you have to eek out as much profit as you possibly can, if only for your futures sake. Over the last several months, you've been watching the homes for sale in your neighborhood like a hawk watches a field mouse. You probably can name all the homes and all the prices by rote. At night, your on the internet checking sites that tell you (2 comments)
Real Estate investing has always been a big part of Westhampton Beach's history. Founded in 1666 as part of the "Quogue Purchase", it wasn't long after, 1675, in fact that its first real estate boom occurred. Even back then folks knew about location, location, location. By the time the Long Island Railroad reached town in 1870, Westhampton Beach was already attracting a vacation crowd and The Hamptons were fast becoming a resort haven. Incorporated in 1928, the village is bordered by three bodies of water- the Atlantic Ocean, Moniebogue Bay, and Quantuck Bay to the East. The town encompasses (0 comments)
If your plans include visiting Suffolk County Parks, golfing, camping or just sitting on the beach enjoying the sun, plan ahead and purchase a Tourist's Reservation Key. Even if you are visiting for a short stay, the pass will allow you discounted entry and activity fees for some of the best destinations on the East End of Long Island. For thirty five bucks, you get a one year pass which will easily pay for itself after a couple of stops. Not bad, considering residents pay thirty dollars (good for three years) for a Suffolk County green key pass. Although there are many to (2 comments)
Eastport, N.Y. Real Estate- What’s happening in our town - 10/17/07 06:43 AM
One of the things I love about selling Real Estate on the East End of Long Island is that it creates a common thread that runs through most of our lives. The gamut runs from those who are looking to buy a first home or vacation home, downsize, upsize,or in some cases just interested in keeping tabs on what our homes and properties are worth. Most of the people I run into in town know that I am a real estate Broker, and the conversation usually ends up with a discussion about the current state of affairs in today's market. I (0 comments)
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