When Andrew Sabin bought a house and 26 acres in Springs in 2002, he knew the estate had been owned by someone deemed an American icon.
After 20 years of living on Sag Harbor’s Redwood Road, which skirts the shores of a cove-surrounded peninsula just west of downtown, Suzanne McNear decided she’d had enough. Her house was too big, too empty, and too difficult in its...
The Star’s hunter-gatherer, Durell Godfrey, is always attracted to classic designs.She really enjoys a fresh take on a traditional favorite.
For Esperanza Leon, a curator who had an art gallery, Solar, on David’s Lane in East Hampton Village from 2005 to 2011, exhibitions of work by contemporary local artists have become a moveable feast.
Who knew heaven on earth could be filled with poison ivy, mosquitos, ticks, and no-see-ums? If you’ve ever been to Lazy Point, you know what I’m talking about. It is tranquil and blustery, secluded yet public, full of water sporty...

Not long before the summer season began, the owners of a Kettle Hole Road house in Montauk heard it was being used as an illegal share house, and, they said Monday, there was nothing they could do about it. “It’s a nightmare,” Dr....
The Star’s hunter-gatherer, Durell Godfrey, takes the dog days of summer seriously. She shops on the shady side of the street and shares the coolest finds with you.
This year’s Hampton Designer Showhouse reflects a softening of both palettes and textures. Grasscloth is the preferred wall covering, and trend-watchers will note that decorative wall painting treatments, such as ragging and other techniques, are back as well.
Roses are undergoing what may be one of their most transformative changes since the first repeat-blooming flowers reached Europe from China about 250 years ago. That is a brash statement, I realize, but more true than not.