Dawn Lesh and John Czepiel have a passion for collecting things. Although their modern house in Wainscott is filled with artwork, primarily of local scenes by local artists, she has been amassing objects for it since it was completed in 1987 that go beyond art or antiques, and he has been adding to the gardens and woodland areas that surround it.
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 upkeep, dating as it did to not long after the birth of the nation. And then there were those damaged floors courtesy of Superstorm Sandy.