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Restaurant Legend Buys In Hampton Bays

The sale of 7 Nautilus Court in Hampton Bays officially closed on November 6. Purchased by Manhattan-based restaurateur and film producer, Vittorio Antonini, the $1.799 million waterfront property had been completely renovated by architect and interior designer Maria Capoferri, founder of Capoferri Design. Known for her work in luxury markets, including super-yacht design, the designer took what had been an undervalued space and transported it into an elegant and inviting environment.

Vittorio is the owner, chef, and wine director or the Greenwich Village Italian staple, La Lanterna di Vittorio, which opened in 1977. The MacDougal Street restaurant has earned the Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator magazine.

Double Your Pleasure In Cutchogue

Laurie Daly of Douglas Elliman is representing a lovely home at 5775 Nassau Point Road in Cutchogue.

The gorgeous $3.85 million bayfront shingle-style Colonial comes with at least two of everything a luxury homebuyer could desire: double kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms, plus four fireplaces, a Gunite pool, and private stairs leading to a sandy beach.

The five-bedroom, five and two-half bath home, which is approximately 5300 square feet and is perched on a high bluff, also features a top-of-the-line security system, Sonos, and gym.

rmurphy@indyeastend.com