Welcome to Laurel Hollow
“The Beautiful North Shore”
This harbor town with its rolling hills and scenic views of Cold Spring Harbor sits right on the Nassau/Suffolk border. The Village was incorporated in 1926 under the name of “Laurelton” and was later changed in in 1935 to its current Laurel Hollow. Home to the famous Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
- YOUR NEIGHBORS are Wealthy families.
- PERFECT for Anyone looking for lots of privacy, large lots and plenty of trees.
- LIVING HERE IS Being surrounded by nature and large estates
- You’LL LOVE Going to the beach, canoeing, boating or taking in the views of the harbor.
- AVERAGE HOME PRICES
Existing Homes- $800,000 – $4 million
New Construction- $2 – $4 million
- TIME TO NYC IS
70 minutes by train or by car
Oyster Bay Railroad Museum – www.obrm.org Dedicated to the legacy of the Long Island Railroad.
Planting Fields Foundation – www.plantingfields.org 409 acres of rolling hills, formal gardens and wooded paths.
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site – www.nps.gov/sahi/index.htm Theodore Roosevelt’s Long Island home, with nature walk, beach and historic houses.
The Waterfront Center – www.thewaterfrontcenter.org Sailing and education on marine environment.
Pine Hollow Country Club – http://www.pinehollowcountryclub.com 18 hole golf course, pool, dining areas and a banquet hall.
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) – http://www.cshl.edu A private, not-for-profit research and education institution at the forefront of molecular biology and genetics. They allow scheduled walking tours and hold concerts throughout the year.
Broadway Mall – 16 minute drive
www.broadwaymall.com Clothing stores, department stores, restaurants and a movie theater.
Walt Whitman Mall – 15 minute drive
www.simon.com/mall/walt-whitman-shops Clothing stores, department stores, restaurants and a movie theater.
Americana Manhasset – 30 minute drive
The Americana is a high-end shopping center with designers like Gucci, Fendi, Channel, Tom Ford etc.
Roosevelt Field Garden City – 30 minute drive
It is the second-largest shopping mall in New York with many fashionable designers.