Business

The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
A brief discussion of data on East Hampton Town’s zoning districts and the space allotted for business here at the last town board meeting of 2011 appears destined for a reprise in the new year.

AMAGANSETT A.R.G. S.P.V. I, L.L.C. to Lulu Grey Realty L.L.C., 15 Southwood Court, 1.97 acres (vacant), Nov. 2, $1,100,000. J. and N. Scheerer Jr. to A. and E. Carey, 5 Alexis Court, Nov. 8, $2,000,000. B. and P. Adams to J. Hamilton and J....

AMAGANSETT A. and S. Trages by administrators to 23 Windmill Lane L.L.C., 115 Main Street, .88 acre, Nov. 4, $1,100,000. B. Kalb to J. and L. Scalia, 72 Surf Drive, .23 acre, Nov. 10, $1,850,000. EAST HAMPTON J. Press by executor to E....
    A glance at the deed transfers that occurred in the real estate market in East Hampton during the end of October through mid-November tells an interesting story indeed.
Is there anyone who hasn’t fantasized at some point about leaving behind their old stuff, selling their house, and stepping into someone else’s life?

Collecting for Charities     For the past decade, Kate Carpluk of Town and Country Real Estate has been collecting donations of coats, hats, gloves, blankets, food, and toys to give to three local charities: Maureen’s Haven,...

AMAGANSETT M. Recanati Trust to M. Forman, 16 Atlantic Avenue, .8 acre (vacant), Oct. 21, $2,400,000. BRIDGEHAMPTON D. Boylan to R. and H. Tartaglione Jr., 6 Fair Hills Lane, 1 acre (vacant), Sept. 14, $900,000. EAST HAMPTON E. Roye to...
Snow globes line the shelf behind the sofa in Chucky Bologna’s small yet orderly house in East Hampton as she talks about the new business, Declutterbug.