A Dual in the Sun. The Rockefeller/Ron Martin home.

A "Dual in the Sun". The Rockefeller/Ron Martin home. 607 Shore Walk. Designed by Architect Harry Bates at the height of his Fire Island Career. 607 Shore Walk remains an intact example of Bates style as well as classic 60's architecture. Built in 1965 by Walter Reich for Alan Morton,...

Boardwalk Memorial- Lesley Mandel

Boardwalk Memorial- Lesley Mandel Lesley Mandel was a Pines homeowner at 308 Shady Walk for a dozen years and a resident of Fire Island Pines for forty years. She was an inventive chef who regularly orchestrated Friday night dinners—seemingly effortlessly—for eight to ten people. After leaving a successful career as...

The Angelo Donghia/ Ron Chereskin/ Howard Goldfarb Home.

The Angelo Donghia/ Ron Chereskin / Howard Goldfarb Home. 74 Bay Walk. Est. 1964 - 2005. Like many designers who were drawn to the Pines designer Angelo Donghia was no different. The word was out about the new hip Pines community, and all were coming. Architects, Interior designers, and artists...

Fire Island Pines Community House/ Whyte Hall

Fire Island Pines Community House/ Whyte Hall Est. 1854 and 2007. The Fire Island Pines Community House as it was known was originally built in 1854, and was first used as a life-saving station, only to be taken over by the Coast Guard around 1900 when it was called the...