Located on Long Island’s south coast, Westhampton brings you the dining and retail options of an elite tourist destination in a low-key setting. If you think it’s is just another stop on your summer itinerary, the hamlet’s gorgeous homes, manicured hedges, and relaxed way of life will make you change your mind.
Anyone who loves being on the water will enjoy living here. Bordered by the Beaverdam Pond, the Moriches Bay, and a long inlet on three sides, Westhampton is an alluring place to go boating and fishing. Fire Island, famed for its spectacular sunrise and scenery, can be seen from the hamlet, as well as the Atlantic Ocean just beyond it.
This hamlet has a population of more than 3,000 permanent residents. It shares school and fire services with the Town of Southampton. It includes Westhampton Beach, Remsenburg, Quogue, East Quogue, and Quiogue.
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Westhampton Real Estate
Westhampton real estate’s biggest selling point is the village’s proximity to New York City. Buyers also find that their money goes a lot further here than other places in Long Island.
It’s known as of the East End’s most low-key towns, making it an attractive prospect for those who want to get away from it all. Aside from its peaceful off-season atmosphere, Westhampton offers residents cultural activities and a great selection of local shops and restaurants.
Niche.com ranked it the 35th best place to retire in New York on the basis of housing costs, amenities, healthcare, and other factors.
The housing stock is comprised of single-family homes, townhomes, and condos. There are vacant lots for sale.
The average single-family home has 3 to 4 bedrooms, along with gleaming hardwood floors, fireplaces, and viewing decks.
Some of the choicest beach homes in Westhampton are located in Sandpiper Court. Many of these homes come with pools and outdoor spaces that are ideal for entertaining.
Townhomes can be found in developments like Westhampton Landings, a year-round community with 50 three-story townhomes, many of which command stunning views of the Moniebogue Canal. All housing units at the Landings have designated boat slips.
Luxury homes can have as many as 5 bedrooms, along with chef’s kitchens, extensive decking, and private pools.
Westhampton Village is an enclave of traditional cottages and magnificent beachfront villas. They’re ideal for those who want weekend accommodations as well as for buyers looking for a primary home.
The attractions are plentiful. Main Street features an array of high-end shops and restaurants. The centrally located docks make it easy for residents to come and go as they please. The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center and a string of local galleries provide cultural entertainment.
A number of stunning barrier beaches can also be found nearby – Rogers Beach and Pike’s Beach boast views of the ocean and vast stretches of pristine white sand. They are the siren call to swim, sunbathe, and go boating and fishing.
The Dune Deck Beach Club, which changed hands in 2016, features upscale recreational facilities including an oceanfront pool, spa, fitness center, restaurant, and furnished suites.
Ready to take the plunge in Westhampton’s real estate market? Kerrigan Country Realty can assist you. Call 631-288-9600 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.