Welcome to Oyster Bay
Home to the 26th president Theodore Roosevelt, Oyster Bay is overwhelmed in history that dates back as far as 1653, as noted on the village crest. Oyster Bay pays homage to it’s rich history with many historic buildings still standing, especially on Main Street.
- YOUR NEIGHBORS are Working middle class, diverse, families.
- PERFECT for Anyone who enjoys boating, fishing and water sports. The Oyster Bay Harbor is perfect for anyone who loves the salt life. Main Street in Oyster Bay has the historic feel where you can get a nice dinner or go to a car show on Tuesday nights throughout the summer.
- LIVING HERE IS Having the best of both worlds – the quaint feel of being surrounded by old Victorian homes and towering trees when walking Main Street, with all the amenities of a modern, waterfront Long Island town.
- You’LL LOVE Being by the water with all the activities it entails. Sailing schools, boat docks, and fishing docks make it easy to keep busy no matter what your age.
- AVERAGE HOME PRICES
Existing Homes- $250,000 – $2 million
New Construction- $600,000 – $1 million
- TIME TO NYC IS
1 hour by train
Oyster Bay Railroad Museum – http://www.obrm.org Dedicated to the legacy of the Long Island Railroad.
Planting Fields Foundation – http://www.plantingfields.org 409 acres of rolling hills, formal gardens and wooded paths.
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site – http://www.nps.gov/sahi/index.htm Theodore Roosevelt’s Long Island home, with nature walk, beach and historic houses.
The Waterfront Center – http://www.thewaterfrontcenter.org Sailing and education on marine environment
Pine Hollow Country Club – http://www.pinehollowcountryclub.com Private 18 hole golf course, pool, dining areas and a banquet hall.
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park – Boat ramp, boat slips, beach, and a playground.
Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central School District – obenschools.org
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.
Broadway Mall – 16 minute drive
www.broadwaymall.com Clothing stores, department stores, restaurants and movie theater.