Sunday, September 15, 2013

A Beach of One's Own

All along Noyac Bay there are strips of beach known only to those who live nearby.  Most neighborhoods are comprised of beach bungalows and low ranch style homes constructed in the 1960s and 1970s. The lots are small, making construction of McMansions difficult, keeping neighborhoods quaint. This painting by Ramiro was painted near here.
Early Morning Circle Beach by Ramiro
Oil 39.5" x 22"
image from here
If you turn off Noyac Road at Bay Avenue, next to the The Whalebone General Store, you will reach a portion of Circle Beach facing towards Long Beach, Shelter Island and the North Fork.
The Whalebone General Store and Cromer's Market supply the Noyac neighborhood's needs.
I parked next to the Whalebone and walked down Bay Avenue yesterday. A couple of the homes were available for sale. If you live here Noyac Bay and your own beach is just a short walk.
details about this house here
This bungalow for sale by owner 516-885-7445
Secret Beach by Leo Mancini-Hresko
Oil 15" x 19"
Image from here

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