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Locust Valley

Locust Valley

The beautiful trees in Locust Valley influenced more than its name. They provided the perfect setting for the affluent to build extravagant woodland estates in the early 1900s. The area has been a haven to luxury ever since.

This Long Island gem is small in size (just one square mile) and modest in population (about 3,400 residents) but rich in community and culture. Several notable estates from the 1690s remain as official town landmarks, and the area is quick to remember its proud Quaker heritage. Despite its rustic feel, the hamlet boasts advanced resources; its high school was ranked in the top 1 percent of all American public schools in 2010 by Newsweek Magazine.

Locust Valley prides itself on its beautification, and it shows. You'll be struck by the area's splendor with each new season. And with annual events such as the Strawberry Festival in the summer and Pumpkin Festival in the fall, you'll have ample opportunity to enjoy each time of year surrounded by your friends and neighbors.

Stroll down the manicured streets and enjoy the charming shops and inviting restaurants. With grocery, banking and hardware shops all within walking distance you'll never have to venture out of this North Shore hamlet.

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