The proposed sub-division, to be known as Hook Mill Court, located on 10 acres at 28 Accabonac Road in East Hampton Village, passed two important milestones in early December: a negative declaration on the SEQRA determination, and preliminary approval from the East Hampton Village Planning Board.
An application for the sub-division was submitted in the fall of 2012.
The project has been shepherded through the sub-division process by Joseph Kazickas, a principal of Rosehip Partners, who will also be representing the property for sale.
The project, zoned R-20, will consist of 11 build able parcels of between approximately 20,000 to 25,000 sq. ft. together with a 1.1 acre developed parcel, located within the Hook Mill Historic District, site of the historic Stephen Hedges House which dates to 1864. Reserve areas total approximately 3 acres. More information is available at http://www.hookmillcourt.com.
The project is within sight of East Hampton’s Hook Mill and just a quarter mile from downtown East Hampton Village.