Tag: Locust Valley

Classic Colonial Home in Locust Valley Asks $1.9M

Soundridge, a spacious, classic colonial home, is listed for sale in Locust Valley.

Gold Coast Estate in Locust Valley That Inspired The Great Gatsby...

Lands End Manor, a lavish, Gold Coast mansion on 32 acres of land, which novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald frequented and drew inspiration from when writing The Great Gatsby, is listed for sale in Locust Valley.

Spacious Locust Valley Colonial Asks $4.9M

A spacious colonial mansion is listed for sale at 84 Feeks Lane in Locust Valley.

10-Acre Locust Valley Pratt Family Estate Asks $4.2M

Preference, a masterpiece Georgian-style brick Manor House built as a wedding present for the granddaughter of oil magnate Charles Pratt, is listed for sale in Locust Valley.

Long Island Family of Marine Killed in Afghanistan Demands Accountability In...

The family of a U.S. Marine from Locust Valley who was killed in Afghanistan last year is demanding answers in an investigation into reports that the Russian military may have paid a bounty to the Taliban for the roadside bombing.

Former Duke of Windsor’s Locust Valley Manor Home Asks $5.9M

This majestic French Normandy brick manor home that was formerly the summer retreat of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor is listed for sale in Locust Valley.

Long Islander Among 3 Marines Killed in Afghanistan

A 25-year-old man from Long Island was among three U.S. Marines who were killed in a roadside bombing near Kabul in Afghanistan on Monday, according to the Department of Defense.

Gorgeous 7-acre Waterfront Lattingtown Estate Asks $2.6M

Majestic. That is truly the best word to describe the sprawling century-old estate recently listed for sale with a 3000-square-foot private beach located at 100 Feeks Lane in the Village of Lattingtown.

30th Annual Geraldo Rivera Golf Classic To Honor Taormina Family &...

Anthony Taormina, Jr., vice president of operations for Rose Mechanical in Hauppauge, is the guest of honor at the annual Geraldo Rivera Golf Classic at The Creek Club golf course in Locust Valley on Thursday, May 11. The yearly fundraising event will benefit nonprofit Life’s WORC and The Family Center For Autism.

Red Sneakers Foundation Brings Nut Allergy Awareness To Long Island

On Dec. 10, two teams of children wore red sneakers to participate in a special soccer game in West Palm Beach, Fla., to honor a star player who could not join them but whose fondness for that color footwear was part of his lasting legacy. Oakley Debbs, an 11-year-old West Palm Beach boy, had died on Thanksgiving Day from an allergic reaction to nuts. Red sneakers were the only shoes he liked to wear. In his memory, his parents created the Red Sneakers Foundation to spread awareness of the dangers of nut allergies through educational programs, research and public policy initiatives.