Five Harbors make top 100 Best Places To Live & Raise a Family in New York
30 Long Island towns made top 100 Best Places to Raise a Family in New York. ALL of the Five Harbors communities made the list! Lloyd Harbor, Cold Spring Harbor, Northport, Centerport, Huntington Bay.
- Lloyd Harbor, #10
- Laurel Hollow, #11
- Cold Spring Harbor, #32
- Huntington Bay, #56
- Northport, #80
- Centerport, #96
Check out the article below.
Fifty Long Island towns made it into New York's top 100 best places to raise a family...
34 Long Island communities made Niche.com’s list of 2017 Best Places to Live in New York. Here are the local Five Harbor communities that made the list!
- Lloyd Harbor, #39
- Laurel Hollow, #56
- Cold Spring Harbor, #71
Check out the full list here & the full article below.
Thirty-four Long Island communities made it into New York’s 100 Best Places to Live rank...
Why We Feel Lucky To Have Lloyd Harbor, Cold Spring Harbor & Laurel Hollow in The Top 100 Places To Live in New York!
Lloyd Harbor is an Incorporated Village in the Town of Huntington. This wooded and desirab...
Lloyd Harbor is an Incorporated Village in the Town of Huntington. This wooded and desirable community features beautiful homes on property sizes of 2 acres or more in desirable proximity to town and shopping. Lloyd Harbor is easy, elegant coastal living at its best.
One of our favorite places is the Cold Spring Harbor area, and it's not just because w...
Cold Spring Harbor, located on the Suffolk side at the point of the V that shapes the Harbor, is a quaint seaside hamlet with about 5,000 residents. This lovely bedroom community features beautiful homes ranging from cottages to traditional homes to ultra modern structures. Each has beach rights at Eagle Dock, the waterfront park at the heart of this friendly community. Family activities abound at Eagle Dock, from bonfires, parties and beach cleanups.
Lucky to Live Here™ Realty is a Long Island real estate company located in Cold Spring H...
Laurel Hollow is an Incorporated Village on the Nassau County side (west side) of the Harbor. It's located in the Town of Oyster Bay. Tiny, quiet and personable, Laurel Hollow's beauty was captured in the stained glass windows of Louis Tiffany, a resident for many years in his estate called Laurelton Hall. Properties are large as there is a minimum 2-acre zoning requirement. Children here attend Goose Hill Primary School, West Side Elementary as well as Cold Spring Harbor Junior/Senior High School. If you love living on the water, your family will spends lots of time down at the Village park on the waterfront, enjoying the beach and the community activities there.
Life centers around the water in Centerport, because you're never far from it. Centerp...
In summer, the livin' in Centerport is definitely easy. Stop by The Shack, a popular roadside snack bar, for dogs and burgers or better yet, steamed Little Neck Clams in drawn butter. If congenial company and a sunset over the water float your boat, head to the Mill Pond Restaurant, featuring steaks, seafood and raw bar. If you'd like to sail up, tie up and spend the afternoon on a sunny deck, make port for the Whale's Tale Café located in the Britannia Yacht Club complex.
Biking along bucolic country roads, collecting shells on pristine North Shore beaches, imm...
Biking along bucolic country roads, collecting shells on pristine North Shore beaches, immersing yourself in Huntington Village's invigorating cultural attractions or curling up at home on your quiet, tree-lined street, you won't find a more desirable community to live in and raise a family than the Village of Huntington Bay. Huntington Bay is a neighborhood of handsome estates, set against some of the Gold Coast's most beautiful vistas.
The wide, shop and restaurant-lined Main Street in Northport still features the trolley tr...
The wide, shop and restaurant-lined Main Street in Northport still features the trolley tracks that used to bring visitors from the Long Island Rail Road station in East Northport to the harbor. There is plenty to see and do on Main Street - including seeing a Broadway quality show at the John W. Engeman Theatre, wine tasting at the Tasting Room on Main, and browsing the incredible seasonal displays of collectibles at Cow Harbor Fine Gifts and Collectibles (Halloween is one of our favorites). Breakfast at Tim's Shipwreck Diner, where you'll get great eggs and can reminisce about the restaurant scene from "In and Out" starring Kevin Kline and Tom Selleck, because that is where it was filmed.