Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York This majestic brick manor waterfront estate house nestled on 3.49 acres and luxuriously appointed with the finest finishes is listed for sale at 5 Fox Point Dr. in the Village of Nissequogue.Built in 2006, this six-bedroom Colonial with eight bathrooms and two half bathrooms has about 10,000-square-feet of living space. In addition to fine millwork, gracious rooms, and six fireplaces, amenities this exceptional residence features include a billiards room, theater, two-lane bowling alley, and an in-ground pool with a cabana.It come equipped with an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, office, telephone room, a fully finished basement and central air conditioning. Outside it has a four-car garage with two lifts, a porch, screened-in patio and 110 feet of water frontage.The property is nearby Long Beach Town Park, The David Weld Sanctuary and Nissequogue Golf Club. It is also about two miles from downtown Smithtown and the St. James Long Island Rail Road station. It is in the Smithtown School District.The asking price is $5,900,000, not including the annual property taxes of $89,401.The real estate agent listed for the property is Marianne Koke of Daniel Gale Agency Inc. She can be reached at 631-584-6600.
The Coral Springs Police Department is reporting that they have arrested a man who reportedly attacked a pregnant woman in front of two children.The incident occurred Wednesday afternoon at home in Coral Springs.When authorities arrived to the home, they found a pregnant woman in pain and 27-year-old Oshane Saunders putting his things into a suitcase. When they asked what happened, officials were told that Saunders’ grabbed the pregnant woman by the neck, pushed her against the wall, and then threw her on a bed. At that point, the woman then attempted to grab their 6-year-old son and leave, however, Saunders’ reportedly pulled the child from her arms and then threw her on the ground in the living room in front of her 12-year-old niece.Officers reported that they noticed scratches on the woman’s face, neck, and collarbone. The woman’s 12-year-old niece also told authorities that she was scared of Saunders.Saunders was then arrested and taken to Coral Springs Police Department station for processing. He was then released to the Broward Sheriff’s Office on a pending warrant for driving with a suspended license.Saunders faces charges of aggravated battery and tampering.
The Clippers are a week into that process now, seemingly looking more organized in workouts, more focused and more efficient — all things that could point to a good November.A better start could mean more wins, which could mean a better seeding and a better chance to get to the first NBA Finals in franchise history. A four-game winning streak to start last season was quickly offset when the Clippers proceeded to go 12-13 over the next 25 games.Their defense was a mess, the revamped pick-and-roll coverage still looking foreign as the Clippers allowed 100 points or more in 11 of those losses. Offensively, the Clippers were scoring points, but they weren’t in a great rhythm, looking like a team tired of the 82-game regular-season grind.“Last year, we kind of had a (expletive) start to the season and were playing catch up till the All-Star break,” Austin Rivers said earlier in training camp this fall.It’s something the Clippers hope they can avoid this season. Unlike last year, the Clippers aren’t making any major changes to their offensive or defensive philosophies. They have more continuity than all but four teams in the league this season, returning their starting lineup and four reserves.“It’s been a really smooth camp,” Doc Rivers said — something he’s repeated. “Guys are picking up stuff pretty quickly. We haven’t put in as much, I’d say that. But, we’re ahead because of what we’ve put in; we have a pretty good understanding of what we’re trying to do.”Chris Paul said the team came through the early part of camp meeting his expectations.“I feel like our camp was very efficient,” Paul said Monday. “Obviously we don’t know the rotation, what guys are going to be there and stuff like that, but I think we’re figuring it out. … (We’re) maybe even ahead a little bit just because we sort of knew what’s worked in the past.”And, they know what doesn’t work when it comes to getting out of the gates. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error