Welcome to Locust Valley
“Rural Living by the Beach”
One of the few remaining rural communities on Long Island that still feels unspoiled. Though Locust Valley has been developed, it has remained practically the same as it ever was. The un-cleared land gives this area an Upstate ambiance with an added benefit of not being land locked, as you have the glorious ocean right at your fingertips.
- YOUR NEIGHBORS are Traditional families, multi-generational families.
- PERFECT for Those who want to enjoy both the wooded pastoral lands and the beach.
- LIVING HERE IS About having plenty of choices: home styles include capes, split-levels, traditional ranches, colonials, contemporaries, and luxury homes. Many of the old estates have been broken up and the land belonging to the former estates sold off.
- You’LL LOVE The feeling of living in a village with a downtown shopping area with restaurants, clothing boutiques and antique shops lining Forest Avenue and Birch Hill Road, while still being surrounded by nature.
- AVERAGE HOME PRICES
Existing Homes- $300,000 – $3 million
New Construction- $700,000 – $1 million
- TIME TO NYC IS
70 minutes by train; 55 minutes by car
Bailey Arboretum – http://baileyarboretum.org Trails, public programs, a children’s habitat and a banquet house.
The Creek Club – http://www.creek.net Private club with 18 hole golf course and tennis courts.
Nassau Country Club – http://www.nassaucc.com Private 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, pools and dining.
Piping Rock Country Club – http://www.pipingrockclub.org Private beach club with golf course, tennis courts, pool, and dining.
Broadway Mall – 30 minute drive
www.broadwaymall.com Clothing stores, department stores, restaurants and a movie theater.
Americana Manhasset – 35 minute drive
The Americana is a high-end shopping center with designers like Gucci, Fendi, Channel, Tom Ford etc.
Roosevelt Field Garden City – 5 minute drive
It is the second-largest shopping mall in New York with many fashionable designers.