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Bridgehampton, NY

Located in the heart of the Hamptons, approximately 100 miles from New York City and easily accessible by luxury bus liner, the Long Island Railroad and Expressway, and Connecticut ferries.  The village offers many fine restaurants and boutiques, and is home to the renowned equestrian riding event, the Hampton Classic, as well as the Atlantic Golf Club, the Bridgehampton Antique Car Road Rallye, and the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival.  Centrally located, it is minutes away from the historic villages of Southampton, East Hampton and Sag Harbor.  Ocean beaches are among the best in the world, while open bay waters are ideal for sailing.

East Hampton, NY

Approximately 100 miles from New York City and easily accessible by luxury bus liner, the Long Island Railroad and Expressway, and Connecticut ferries. The historic village offers many fine restaurants and boutiques and is home to the Maidstone Club, the Hamptons International Film Festival and the John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall. An active cultural roster includes events sponsored by the Village Historical Society, Boys’ Harbor, and Guild Hall. Ocean beaches are among the best in the world, while deep open bay waters are ideal for competitive sailing.

South Hampton

90 minutes from New York City and easily accessible by luxury bus liner, the Long Island Railroad, Expressway, and Connecticut ferries, the historic village offers many fine restaurants and boutiques and is home to world-class golf facilities such as the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club and the National Golf Links. An active cultural roster includes events sponsored by the Parrish Art Museum, Southampton Hospital and the Southampton Cultural Center. Summer highlights include local fireworks displays, a rich list of well-planned social events, and open-air concerts at Lake Agawam. Ocean beaches are among the best in the world, while deep open bay waters are ideal for competitive sailing.

Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor, New York is approximately 100 miles from New York City and easily accessible by luxury bus liner, the Long Island Railroad and Expressway, and Connecticut ferries. The historic village offers many fine restaurants and boutiques and is home to the Bay Street Theatre, the legendary American Hotel, the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum and the first Customs House in the United States.  Its large boat basin harbors a variety of yachts and sailboats serviced by the Sag Harbor Yacht Club and the Breakwater Yacht Club, and hosts weekly sailboat races in season.

Sagaponack

Within the Town of Southampton in the heart of the Hamptons, approximately 100 miles from New York City and easily accessible by luxury bus liner, the Long Island Railroad and Expressway, private aircraft, and Connecticut ferries.  Conveniently close to the villages of Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor and East Hampton with many fine restaurants, theatres and boutiques, Sagaponack is known for the rural beauty of its horse farms, vineyards and farm stands as well as its wide sandy ocean beaches. Nearby attractions are the renowned equestrian event, the Hampton Classic, and polo events as well as the Atlantic Golf Club, the Bridgehampton Antique Car Road Rallye, the ArtHampton Fair, and the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival.

Wainscott

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Wainscott is renowned for its historic Main Street Chapel, quiet country lanes, horse farms, strawberry farms, and world-class ocean beaches. Equally convenient to the villages of East Hampton, Bridgehampton, and Sag Harbor, Wainscott offers tranquility and natural beauty in the heart of the Hamptons.

Watermill

Located in the heart of the Hamptons, approximately 100 miles from New York City and easily accessible by luxury bus liner, the Long Island Expressway and Connecticut ferries.  Water Mill village offers first class restaurants and boutiques, and is minutes away from the historic villages of Southampton, East Hampton and Sag Harbor and from nearby Bridgehampton shops and equestrian events. With some of the highest points in the Hamptons, Water Mill offers breathtaking high views across to the ocean and beaches that are among the best in the world, while its open bay waters are ideal for sailing