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Hidden Treasures Antiques and Fine Arts
686 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY 11050

If you're in the market for antiques and fine art, you don't have to peruse estate salesMore and auctions across the country. Hidden Treasures owner David Sakhai does all of the legwork and brings these rare finds to his store on Port Washington Boulevard. Here you'll find clocks, chandeliers, wall sconces, armoires, tables, oil paintings and more. Hours vary, so it's best to call ahead and make an appointment.

House of Crystal
268 Main St, Port Washington, NY 11050

Many designers say that one of the most important elements in room design is lighting.More House of Crystal owner Ashi Elyahou can solve that dilemma with a plethora of lamps, sconces and chandeliers that she has available in her Main Street store. Many of the lights are exquisite, antique and Italian pieces she's found at auctions. Many customers use her rewiring services to bring life to lights they already own, especially family heirlooms.

Sands Point Village Club
1 Thayer Ln, Sands Point, NY 11050
The Village Club of Sands Point, formerly the IBM Country Club, was once the estate of Isaac Guggenheim. The manor houseMore was started by him in 1916 and completed in 1918. After his death in 1922, the property reverted to his estate and then, in 1924 was purchased at auction by his brother, Solomon R. Guggenheim. Another brother, Daniel Guggenheim, had an estate further north on the Point which is now occupied by the Nassau County Park System and his son, Harry Guggenheim, continued to reside on an adjoining estate until his death in 1971. These men were the sons of Meyer Guggenheim who, together with their father and brothers, developed their investments in mining, smelting and refining into one of the major American family fortunes.The Club property, facing on Hempstead Harbor covers approximately 210 acres.