Living on the North Shore of Long Island provides easy access to a tremendous variety of highly rated and wildly popular restaurants. As a realtor with Richard B. Arnold Real Estate in Sea Cliff, I always reference the great restaurants we enjoy on the North Shore.
Having a boat on the North Shore of Long Island is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Over the last 30 years, I’ve spent countless hours in my driveway washing my boat and preparing it for an afternoon on the Long Island Sound with my wife and family.
When I’m showing people homes on the North Shore of Long Island, many people say that a front porch is a “must have.” A porch extends the living area of a home and allows a homeowner to entertain outside for three seasons a year.
Many homes on the North Shore of Long Island have a slate roof. Manhasset, Roslyn, Port Washington, and many other North Shore communities have countless homes that enjoy the beauty of a slate roof. As you begin your search for a home, a slate roof is a luxury that must be examined from many angles.
As you begin your search for homes on the North Shore of Long Island, you are certain to find property descriptions that refer to “a charming Tudor” or a home that exemplifies “Tudor architecture at its best”.
New York is famous for great steakhouses, and the North Shore of Long Island certainly contributes to this reputation. From traditional old-fashioned establishments with mahogany walls and white tablecloths to modern establishments with sleek lines & contemporary decor, you don’t need to go much further than Northern Boulevard to get a great steak.
Over the years, I have owned a number of homes in the North Shore community. While fond family memories were formed in each of my houses, the process of moving is not one of the particularly exciting memories. At this point, though, I consider myself an expert at moving, and I have a number of tips I want to share to make the entire process less stressful for you and your family.
We met with Joe Batel from J & S Construction in Greenvale, NY to discuss renovation projects to help sell your home this Spring. Joe offered 5 ideas to improve the first impression buyers have as they enter your house. Joe’s renovation advice is to “maximize the effect for potential buyers while minimizing downtime with the function of your home.”
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!
In 1941, The Oheka Castle in Huntington, NY was part of the iconic opening montage for Orson Welles’ classic film Citizen Kane. Oheka appeared as Xanadu, the grand home of the film’s main character Charles Foster Kane.