Recorded Deeds

The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.


AMAGANSETT
V. and L. Ferrara to D. and J. Resnick, 72 Shore Drive East, .08 acre, Feb. 22, $730,000.
H. Harris by executor to M. Lee and A. Karja, 8 Whalers Lane, Feb. 12, $1,295,000.
O’Connell and Calabrese to 940 Montauk Highway, 940 Montauk Highway, 1.85 acres (vacant), Feb. 24, $625,000.
Amagansett Business to 136 Main Street Amag, 136 Main Street, 1 acre, Oct. 27, $4,150,000.

EAST HAMPTON
P. and A. Mortimer to L. Vitale and A. McGowan, 19 Miller Lane, .26 acre, Feb. 21, $1,250,000.
M. Grey to M. Densen, 26 Oyster Shores Road, .6 acre, Jan. 14, $1,075,000.
M. and S. Behan to T. Escobedo and Crandall, 120 Montauk Boulevard, Feb. 28, $600,000.

MONTAUK
A. DeLorenzo to T. Lauretti, 29 Fairway Place, Feb. 10, $465,000.
J. Dougherty to M. and T. Julian and Giammona, 11 Galton Place, .46 acre, Feb. 18, $900,000.

NOYAC
L. Austern to Kleinman, Gardner and Trustees, 18 Burkeshire Drive, .8 acre, Feb. 28, $2,787,500.

SAG HARBOR
P. Spevak to K. Carpenter, 76 Harrison Street, .22 acre, Feb. 28, $950,000.

SPRINGS
Tempesta and Mastrototar to 31 Driftwood L.L.C., 31 Driftwood Lane and lot 53, .38 acre, Dec. 8, $550,000.
J. Montefusco to M. Seaver, 157 Pembroke Drive, .46 acre, Feb. 11, $650,000.
Star Kissed L.L.C. to E. Jamar, Fireplace Road, .34 acre (vacant), Feb. 23, $200,000.
J. Landey to J. Tcherveniachka, 9 Squaw Road, .37 acre, March 2, $580,000.
Deutsche Bank Nat to FCNY Property T-5, 30 17th Street, .37 acre, Feb. 9, $272,000.


Data provided by Suffolk Research Service of Southampton

Christopher Walsh
Two musicians who should be familiar to music fans far and wide will meet on the Southampton Arts Center's stage on Saturday.
Mark Segal
Divaria Productions will present Mozart’s “Cosi Fan Tutte” at the Bay Street Theater on Saturday evening at 8.
Mark Segal
The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a showing of two important documentaries this spring.
Jennifer Landes
A permanent collection show that opened at the Museum of Modern Art last week reveals the result of several decades of commitment to acquiring art objects created by women. “Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction” spans the years following World War II through the late 1960s and underlines the primacy of those early female abstract painters who found their way to the South Fork in those decades.
Mark Segal
“Open Garden,” a group exhibition of flower paintings and other mediums with floral motifs, will open at the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Sag Harbor with a reception Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. and remain on view through May 22. “EarthHamptons 2017,” a celebration of Earth Day featuring artworks, panel discussions, and talks, will take place Saturday and Sunday at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. A reception will be held Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m.
T.E. McMorrow
Two teens and a 22-year-old who allegedly robbed an East Hampton man a little before midnight on Feb. 22 using what appeared to be a pistol have been arrested by East Hampton Town police detectives.
Taylor K. Vecsey
East Hampton firefighters quickly put out a fire that started in a bedroom in a house in the Hansom Hills subdivision on Thursday afternoon.
Christopher Walsh
Pat Mansir, a first term East Hampton Town Trustee, resigned on Monday, expressing growing frustration with what she describes as the panel’s dysfunction.
Joanne Pilgrim
The State Department of Environmental Conservation has warned against spring and summer pruning of oak trees, which have become infected across the state and Suffolk County with a disease called oak wilt.
Taylor K. Vecsey
New Sag Harbor regulations banning parking on side streets near the village’s two schools may be the village board’s way of encouraging the school district to provide more parking on its own.
Christopher Walsh
The East Hampton Town Trustees scored a victory in State Supreme Court this month when a judge denied a request for summary judgment by an East Hampton Village resident who constructed a 166-foot-long rock revetment on the ocean beach in front of her house after her property was damaged during Hurricanes Irene in 2011 and Sandy the following year.
T.E. McMorrow
Two men charged with felonies in recent days have been indicted by grand juries.
East Hampton Town could have an answer in June as to whether the legality of three laws designed to cut down on aircraft noise over the community by restricting hours and access to the airport will be assessed by the highest court in the land.