For more real estate news, visit longislandpress.com/category/real-estate.Sign up for Long Island Press’ email newsletters here. Sign up for home delivery of Long Island Press here. Sign up for discounts by becoming a Long Island Press community partner here. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A historic, six-bedroom house designed by Williamsburg Bridge architect Henry Hornbostel is listed for sale at 92 S Windsor Ave. in Brightwaters.Built in 1904, the home exudes plenty of old world charm while also having up-to-date features, including hardwood floors and custom woodwork, as well as cathedral ceilings, an entrance foyer, formal dining room, and powder room.Its exterior architectural style is antique/hist, and the house was constructed with blown-in insulation and cedar.The home’s many large windows let in ample natural light throughout the entire house. Sunlight also shines through the solarium, which leads to a two-level deck overlooking the .9-acre property. The 3,974-square foot house has three bathrooms and two half bathrooms, two garage spaces, a family room, living room, home office, eat-in kitchen, and home office. Included in the six bedrooms is one master bedroom with a master bathroom.This listing has a wealth of living space, both inside and out. The entrance foyer, family room/den, outdoor decks, and yard could all host guests aplenty. Plus, the village allows access to nearby beach, dock, and tennis courts, and the bay is a short walk away.The asking price is $1,199,000, not including the annual property tax of $23,581.The real estate agent listed for the property is Craig Maerki, of Meg Smith & Associates, who can be reached at 631-647-7013.
Published on February 26, 2013 at 1:41 am Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_ When the puck drops in the first of two midweek Syracuse-Lindenwood games Tuesday night, the Orange will be 10 days away from its most important game of the season: the do-or-die College Hockey America semifinal.But SU is also 10 days removed from a gut-wrenching home loss that made No. 9 Mercyhurst conference champs.Caught between two defining moments of the near record-setting season, the Orange (18-13-1, 12-5-1 CHA) must tinker ahead of and during the regular season-ending series with the Lions (6-23-3, 6-9-3 CHA). A win would be head coach Paul Flanagan’s 300th.SU learned and relearned valuable lessons in its pair of narrow losses to Mercyhurst. Firstly, the Orange can play with the one of the nation’s best. And to do so, sometimes SU has to simply play more like them.“We have to come prepared for 60 minutes next time,” forward Holly Carrie-Mattimoe said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textShe noted that she and her teammates might have welcomed Mercyhurst with too much confidence, dragging the squad through an emotional rollercoaster – beginning with hubris, evolving into disappointment and ultimately ending with a crucial realization.“We learned that we can compete with Mercyhurst,” Carrie-Mattimoe said, “and I think we’ll take that to the playoffs and we’ll come prepared and ready to compete next time.”Twice in 24 hours, SU entered the third period with every chance at a victory. In the Feb. 15 game, SU led 3-2 with 11:35 to play, and was poised to rip the CHA crown away from the Lakers.But the Orange couldn’t match Mercyhurst’s nonstop net-crashing style – not for long enough, at least – and coughed up three goals in 8:25 to fall 5-3.SU allowed another three goals in the first 15 minutes of Saturday’s game.“It was a little bit of a mess,” goalkeeper Kallie Billadeau said.SU skated on to the third period just a goal down after a two-goal second period, but the Orange couldn’t finish the job. The defeats signaled that the Orange has to remain committed to whichever playing style will win the game.Against the Lakers, that meant mirroring their direct, crease-bombarding offense. It’s not that SU is looking to become a cookie-cutter copy of its opponents, but it needs wins. Hosting MU meant moving the attack away from the point, where too many shots would be blocked, and instead cutting to the net and cleaning up goals.“I think we’ll just do whatever we need to score,” Carrie-Mattimoe said. “Our focus was just getting it on net and crashing, and it worked a couple times.”But SU’s adjustments didn’t work well enough, or long enough, to win. So, the Orange looks to Lindenwood re-energized by the closeness of its losses against one of the nation’s best, and aided by a long layoff. SU was scheduled to play Lindenwood last Friday and Saturday before a winter storm in the Midwest interfered with the Lions’ travel plans.The Orange has nothing to play for, in terms of conference standings. SU is locked into the No. 2 spot and a bye going into the CHA semifinals. But LU is vying for seeding before the conference tournament, which starts Saturday on the higher seed’s home ice. The Lions sit at No. 5 in the CHA, four points behind Robert Morris.Syracuse just needs to get back to the full-ice form that fueled its eight-game winning streak, because when the Orange trudges off of the ice Wednesday night, it will be 10 days away from a game that, to extend its season, SU cannot lose.“We can’t lose sight of anyone in our league anymore. … So we really have to stay on our game like we have in the past eight games,” Syracuse forward Jacquie Greco said. “So I think we just have to not oversee them and just play our game.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah and captain Asamoah Gyan were unveiled as brandsambassador for Unibank on Tuesday ahead of their international friendly against Montenegro.The Black Stars duo were presented to the rest of their international colleagues alongside officials of the Ghanaian bank.Unibank officials are in Podgorica to offer support for the Black Stars team as they take on Montenegro in an international friendly on Wednesday.Officials of Unibank with the Black Stars teamThey therefore took the opportunity to unveil Appiah and Gyan as their new brandsambassadors. The two personalities will be endorsing services of the bank while being made the faces of a huge publicity campaign to be rolled out by the bank ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.In a related development, Head, Corporate Affairs and Marketing of uniBank, Mr. Richard Osei Anane, announced that members of the public can interact with their two new “signings” via txt to be updated on new and existing information concerning Coach James Akwasi Appiah, Captain Asamoah Gyan and uniBank products, services and events.He stated that, members of the public can text “GYAN” or “AKWASI” to shortcode1402 to receive updates.Unibank late last year signed an agreement with the Ghana FA to become the official bank sponsor of the Black Stars in a deal worth US$1.2m over three years.