Proposed Pool House To Take The Place Of The Dominy Shops In East Hampton Village - 27 East

Proposed Pool House To Take The Place Of The Dominy Shops In East Hampton Village

authorAlisha Steindecker on Jun 30, 2015
The future of two Dominy workshops, historic structures from the 18th century that were used by craftsmen in the Dominy family, was settled last year when they were donated to... more

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