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Southampton's BookHampton Moving to Hampton Road

Bookstore will open in new digs Presidents Day weekend.

BookHampton on Main Street in Southampton Village has closed, but lovers of paperbacks and hardcovers have no need to fret — the store will reopen at its new location on Hampton Road Presidents Day weekend.

The 96 Main Street store shut its doors in January. The new shop at 16 Hampton Road will share a building with a Town & Country Real Estate office. The building was formerly the site of Hampton Homecare, but it since underwent a major renovation and facelift by architect John David Rose.

In the meantime, BookHampton's East Hampton, Mattituck and Sag Harbor locations are open for business.

In addition to classic books, new releases, and novels and nonfiction by local authors, BookHampton also carries a variety of newspaper and magazines, many of which will be hard to come by in Southampton Village until the reopening this weekend.

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Hazel Wilkonson the First February 13, 2013 at 10:16 PM
The rent's too damn high!
Preliator February 13, 2013 at 11:38 PM
Liberal trash, buy at Amazon.
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