Long Tree Pond Community, Eastport, NY

Posted by on April 8, 2014 in Neighborhood | 0 comments

Long Tree Pond Community, Eastport, NY


Long Tree Pond


Why Do People Live here?     

Ask any resident of Long Tree Pond. You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t completely enjoy living here. The neighborhood consists of a wonderful mix of summer residents and full time occupants. Just far enough off the beaten path, most days you’ll find folks walking and jogging through the neighborhood, as well as kids heading to a friend’s house for a pool party, or biking to the tennis courts that are part of the community. All this and it’s literally minutes from Westhampton Beach Main Street activities and Dune Road Beaches.


Looking for a home in Long Tree Pond Community, Eastport, NY?  

Interested in homes for sale in Long Tree Pond Community, Eastport,NY?  Click that link to find all the currently available homes in this area of Southampton Town.


tennis courts Long Tree Pond


What’s the Neighborhood Like?

Long Tree Pond Community, Eastport, NY consists of 88 homes spread out on over 130 acres.  Homes are typically set on 5/8ths to 3/4s of an acre, although most properties feel much larger due to well-planned acres of green spaces throughout the community. Because there are a wide variety of home styles, including Ranch, Contemporary, Post Modern, and Traditional,  Long Tree Pond has a character difficult to find anywhere else, one that avoids that “cookie cutter” feel that so many subdivisions result in. Amenities include tennis courts and a large open green space where an annual picnic barbecue is held.


What about value?  

If you’re looking for a combination of location, reasonable taxes and affordability, Long Tree Pond Community, Eastport, NY could be the answer. Located on the western edge of Southampton Township, Eastport offers easy access to all The Hamptons have to offer, including access to some of the most beautiful beaches anywhere. Long Tree Pond is conveniently located to both public transportation and major thoroughfares. Southampton taxes are comparably less than most other townships on Long Island and help keep the cost of living down. As far as affordability goes, the homes in Long Tree Pond are consistently sold for far less than the median sale price of Southampton Town, making it an extremely attractive place to live and one of the East End of Long Islands best kept secrets.


What makes Eastport special? 

The location, for one thing. Just a little over an hour’s drive from Manhattan, Eastport is a great jumping off point for all points east, including all of The Hamptons villages, beaches and hot spots. Eastport’s Main Street is rapidly becoming the “go to” destination for the best antique shops on Long Island. All in all, after comparing what  you get for what you pay, you will find Eastport is very tough to beat.

 Long Tree Pond Entrance

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