The Town of East Hampton spans from Wainscott to Montauk. Inside East Hampton is the Village of East Hampton, surrounded by several neighborhoods, each with their own character.
East Hampton Village’s Main Street and Newtown Lane are home to sought-after commercial real estate for high-end retail shops. Shoppers have their pick of anything from the latest fashions to fabulous vintage designer clothes to children’s toys and fine jewelry. The scenic Village begs one to stroll down along the pond (where you will almost always see beautiful swans bathing), past historical hotels and houses, to iconic streets leading to the ocean beaches.
North of the Village are neighborhoods Northwest Woods and Springs. Both feature windy, private roads with residential neighborhoods tucked away, hidden gem restaurants, acres of serene parks and bay beaches, and world-class harbors for boating enthusiasts. These areas have historically been home to renowned artists who have often cited the particularly special lighting the area lends. The art community is still very vibrant here, and there are many museums and galleries to explore.
Houses in East Hampton range from decadent trophy estates to traditional single family homes, cottages, and more affordable options. Boating, golf and tennis are common summer pastimes in the area, with the highest caliber of private and public clubs available to choose from.
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East Hampton Beaches:
You’re likely going to need to obtain a pass to visit the expansive stretches of Atlantic Ocean beaches. Please use this free PDF from the Town of East Hampton with to find full details on beach parking, passes, and rules. Live town beach conditions are available here.