Long Island

The expansive land known as Long Island serves as a laid-back enclave for commuters.

Welcome to Long Island

Upscale suburban living situated near the energy and thrill of New York City
Connected to New York City, the expansive land known as Long Island serves as a laid-back enclave for commuters. Encompassing Montauk, Medford, and the Hamptons, this locale is an incredibly popular spot to reside. Family-friendly, peaceful, and close to convenient amenities, there’s plenty to love about Long Island. The area is currently home to a population of 7.65 million individuals and is a reasonable drive to the various neighborhoods comprising New York City.
Those who are new to Long Island should explore the area by county. Closest to the city is Nassau County. Extending from Queens to Huntington, the overall atmosphere can be described as down-to-earth and convenient. It is also the closest you can get to New York City and still have a lawn on your property.
Exploring Nassau County, there are a handful of stores, restaurants, entertainment venues, and attractions that you won’t want to miss. One long-standing establishment that is a favorite among area residents is Iavarone Brothers. Family-owned since day one, this Italian market offers a delicious selection of baked goods, cheeses, meats, and more. Looking for fun ways to spend your leisure time? Catch a performance at Jones Beach Theater, play an ultra-challenging game of golf at the Bethpage Black Golf Course (reserved for experienced players), or unwind at serene Fire Island.
Shifting east, Suffolk County encompasses the rest of Long Island. It extends from Melville to Montauk, and includes the Hamptons. Those looking to relocate to an area that offers a peaceful, easygoing environment will adore this part of the area. Spacious, coastal, and tranquil, all portions of this county provide an escape from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan.

Wine enthusiasts appreciate the numerous high-quality vineyards that are located nearby. Along Main Road, noteworthy stops include Bedell Cellars, Pindar Vineyards, Lenz Winery, and Pugliese Vineyards. Another desirable aspect of life in Suffolk County is the peace and exclusivity found in the Hamptons. Individuals craving an escape from the busyness of daily life will adore the area’s private beaches, marinas, golf clubs, nature preserves, and scenic views.

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