Circa 1898 Historian Home For Sale Port Jefferson Village

This Historic Home, Was Home To Captain Charles Tooker, Circa 1898. The Home Offers A Perfect Blend Between Past And Present. Boasting A Heated Igp, A Modern Gournmet Eik, And The Charm Of A Carriage House With Guest Quarters. Perfectly Situated On A Hill-Top Overlooking The Beautiful Village Of Port Jeff And Its Bustling Harbor. […]

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Walk Score: 75 out of 100! 111 Thomspon Street Port Jefferson, Simply Magnificent!

  Click here for the beautiful tour of 111 Thompson St in the heart of beautiful Port Jefferson Village.   TAXES ARE $10,937 WHICH INCLUDES TAXES FOR THE INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF PORT JEFFERSON. THE WATERVIEWS ARE SPECTACULAR AS WELL AS THE SUNSETS. WALK TO BEACH, PARK, SHOPS, THEATRE….ALL IN THIS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED PROPERTY. CONTACT ME […]

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This House Says “I LOVE PORT JEFF”

It’s tangible, it’s solid, it’s beautiful. It’s artistic, …. and I just love real estate!  So appropriate to let you know this today, on Valentine’s Day! As I walk through the exquisite Historic District of Port Jefferson this morning, I feel love all around me!  So many homes decorated with hearts.  I especially love this […]

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Take A Self-Guided Historic Walking Tour Of Port Jeff Village!

The weather has been so delightful, and unusual, but I’m not complaining.   Do you enjoy walking and history?   Well then you will love the 3 historic walking tour guides of homes, and historic places and events that took place in Port Jefferson. Thanks to the Historical Society of Port Jefferson who has put these tours together! The first […]

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A Brief History Of Port Jefferson

  The history of Port Jefferson is fascinating!  Port Jefferson was orginally called Drowned Meadow because the area was tidal and was “drowned” by the tide twice a day.  East Main Street followed the edge of the salt marsh, and was the original “Main Street”.  The Villagers voted to change its name to Port Jefferson […]

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