Sunday, March 14, 2010

Movin' on the East End

Closing Day was Friday, March 12, and when it was over, we celebrated with a toast at Deks in Rocky Point, NY. From there, the drive out east began-- I've always loved that trip, winding through the many villages and hamlets of the Hamptons. You first cut through Riverhead (filled with pretty farmland), and head toward the Hampton Bays, next passing through Southampton, Bridgehampton, East Hampton and Amagansett as you make your way across the south fork. There are a number of interesting shops, windmills, and vineyards to keep you company along the way.
The rain was a bit rough on friday's drive, but the roughest part was arriving at my new destination (full of excitement) sticking my key in the door and realizing that the electricity was turned off...of course! No electric, no heat, just a car full of stuff to move in and a bottle of champagne waiting in the fridge from the kind sellers of the property. My real estate company, Atlantic Beach Realty Group (Thank You MaryAnn!) was amazing through this whole process, and once again came through to make sure I did not freeze through the night! They provided a room at the Montauk Manor, and we were able to move in bits and pieces to bring the beach house to life the next day. These pictures are just a few of many to come as we prepare for an amazing summer season!

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