The 1910 Southampton home has quite the character.
A chic, streamlined retreat settles in nicely against a verdant backdrop in Montauk.
"Once you've been on the road with a rock and roll band, you can handle anything," says the Hamptons-based agent.
An interiors maven and a builder realize the home of their dreams in the Hamptons.
Prior to diving into Hamptons real estate, Wilder spent over two decades globetrotting and helping A-listers plan their lavish travels.
Realized at long last, Laura Tutun's Rye Georgian Colonial is a sight for sore eyes.
Vibrant color and playful wallpapers enliven a classic Greek Revival.
Now in the height of summer, get the scoop on everything from rental trends to tips for buyers and sellers.
Designer Billy Ceglia gives empty-nester clients a fresh start.
A dilapidated 1980s home is transformed into a discreet retreat.
“As a model, I got used to being around new people every day, and real estate requires knowing how to handle different personalities and needs,” reflects Clark.
The entertainer, who received a Tony nomination for 'Singin’ in the Rain,' became a broker after hanging up his dancing shoes.
After leaping from the New York City Opera to the Metropolitan Opera, the Hamptons is DeVita's stage now.
Designer Carol Egan upends staid notions of Upper East Side decorating.
A longtime East Hampton resident finally gets her dream home.
Chic interiors in a serene setting in the Amagansett Dunes.
A brand-new Hamptons guesthouse holds its own against the Village’s legendary historic treasures.
The Hamptons expert who burst into the real estate industry two years ago has professional credits that go well beyond television.
Sasha Bikoff brings her love of wallpaper, gilding and feathers to a family home.
A 1920s home in Scarsdale goes from dark and dated to fresh and fun.
Paris Forino transforms a raw space in a former manufacturing building.
With an eye toward simplicity, Kemble Interiors knocks the stuffy out of a Park Avenue pad.
Meet Bel Viaggio, an ultra-private oceanfront villa with all the bells and whistles.
After moving to New York City last year and selling his Pacific Palisades home, finding a spread in the quaint and quiet Hudson Valley seems a natural next step.
From perfecting the open-plan interiors to putting in a pool, the seller took the time to really revitalize this circa-1964 home for the next owner.
Dating back to 1895, it was in 1927 that the famous first baseman bought this property just north of Yankee Stadium for his parents.
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