The House Artist 11 Fanning Ave, East Hampton, NY11937 The House Artist is a painting contractor in East Hampton. The House Artist will paint your home or office. Call the…More office to see how the company can help you.
Sunrise Guest House 681 Old Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY11954 This charming old house really defines "bed and breakfast" on the East End. This rustic old victorian home features a…More wrap-around patio and a hot tub. This guest house is unique and petite and offers a shared living room with a fireplace in addition to dining quarters. Across the street, there is a private trail that leads to the ocean. Call for pricing and reservations.
Beachhouse Hamptons 11 Montauk Hwy, East Hampton, NY11937 Beachhouse Hamptons is a property management firm for individuals throughout the Suffolk County area. The agency…More provides various home services, including home maintenance, estate management, home security checks, pre-arrival house preparation, property inspections and storm preparation. Other services include personal shopping, errand and concierge services, floral delivery, boat maintenance and inventory tracking.
Montauk Carriage House 764 Main St, Montauk, NY11937 When you are looking for that special gift or the perfect accent for a home, Montauk Carriage…More House is your destination. The fine handmade jewelery, distinctly framed art work from local artists, along with unique baby gifts make this boutique a necessary stop when in Montauk.
Town of East Hampton Ordinance Enforcement Department 300 Pantigo Pl, East Hampton, NY11937 East Hampton town enforcement officers make sure codes are being followed at construction sites, residential homes and…More commercial businesses. Among their tasks are making sure pools have fences, that restaurants and bars aren't overcrowding and that there isn't illegal housing. The department is housed at the Pantigo Place office complex amongst other town offices and businesses.
The 1770 House 143 Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 Cozy and elegant, The 1770 House offers two dining experiences, depending on one's mood. Upstairs guests can enjoy…More contemporary American cuisine in a fine dining setting. Downstairs, a more casual setting presents classic pub fare in the tavern, complete with a flat screen TV. Outdoor seating is available in season. This historic home also features a 6-room inn for out of town guests. Each room has a modern tone but gives the distinct feeling of being at home.
Paul Consiglio Contracting 31 Marine Blvd, Amagansett, NY11930 Paul Consiglio Contracting builds homes in East Hampton and the surrounding area. Paul Consiglio has almost 30 years of…More experience in the construction field, working his way up through almost every aspect of home building. To see pictures of previous houses this company has built, visit their website.
Home Sweet Home is a museum named after the famous song of the same name. The song's historic salt-box is located on…More the East Hampton Village green, which was founded in the 1720s and still retains the charm that once was colonial East Hampton. The Pantigo Mill, which dates to 1804, is located just beyond the museum.
John Howard Payne, an early American playwright and actor, wrote the song, "Home, Sweet Home," in the 19th century, and many have attributed his inspiration for the song to the salt-box. Payne's mother was from East Hampton and his father once taught at the Clinton Academy, which is another historic site just down the block. Payne visited East Hampton as a child.
The Buek family owned the house from 1907 to 1927 before the village purchased it and opened it as a museum in 1928. They had furnished the house with antique period and colonial revival pieces, as well as memorabilia in honor of Payne. The words "Home Sweet Home" are etched on the door- knocker. A bust of Payne is in the museum's entrance.
The front part of the house is set up as if the Bueks were living there in the 1920s. Antiques, china, and lustreware fill the rooms. The gardens -- a parlor window fragrance garden, a 19th-century pleasure garden and an 18th-century herb garden -- contain species, like antique roses, found during that time period.
Hugh King, the village's historic site manager, gives a passionate tour of the museum, and is a wealth of knowledge about East Hampton. Postcards and small souvenirs are available for purchase.
Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center 830 Springs Fireplace Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 The former home and studio of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, two of the foremost Abstract Expressionist painters, is…More open to the public between May 1 and Aug. 31. The Study Center is also available by appointment year round. You can take a guided tour of the house and studio where Pollock and Krasner had their creative visions. The property is recognized as a national historic landmark.
Bassett House Inn 128 Montauk Hwy, East Hampton, NY11937 The Bassett House Inn is a bed and breakfast located on Montauk Highway just west of East Hampton Village. Founded…More in 1977, its quaint, comfortable atmosphere has made many feel right at home. The inn has 12 rooms and a maximum occupancy of 22. Pets are welcome but the inn must be notified in advance. Private events can be hosted here as well. Advance reservations are required in the off season.