In 2016, Rooftop Reds launched the world's first commercially-viable urban rooftop vineyard in New York City. Brooklyn loves Rooftop Reds so much that the company is looking to expand on Long Island and "plant the seeds for a new generation of viticulture enthusiasts."
The North Shore of Long Island is a golfer's paradise. Residents enjoy world-class public & private courses all within a short drive from every community.
East Hills is a charming community located on the North Shore of Long Island. With easy access to the Long Island Expressway and Long Island Railroad service, you can be in Manhattan in under an hour.
Roslyn Estates is a charming village on the North Shore of Long Island. There are a variety of architectural styles in this community, many of which serve as exemplars of these styles of architecture. Colonial architecture, Modern architecture, Tudor architecture...this community has a dynamic history of beautifully maintained homes.
Entertain friends & family in this renovated Huntington Colonial located in a private Cul De Sac that’s just a short walk to Huntington Village. There are new bathrooms, a new kitchen, a new roof, a new pool, & a new price! Come see this great value today!
The introduction of smart phones & the rise of high speed wi-fi has made creating a “smart home” a cost-effective reality for many homeowners. In fact, purchasing a series of “smart” products can help you to save money on your monthly energy bills while allowing you to control your home - all from your wireless device.
As we move into the middle of February - anxiously waiting for the first days of Spring - we all know that drastic changes in weather can lead to days stuck in bed. This is the time of year when so many of us wind up stuck in bed fighting the inevitable cold or flu.
Mention Waterzooi to a Long Islander, and people immediately comment about the amazing mussels at this Garden City Belgian Bistro & Oyster Bar. Some mention the Mussels Calabrian, some mention the Mussels Oreganato, & some simply rave about the eclectic variety served by this Long Island staple.
The start of a new year is not always associated with real estate. However, with the holiday season over and everybody re-establishing their regular routines, January is a great month to buy a house. Continue reading to see why January is a logical time to buy the home of your dreams!