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Huntington Bay

Huntington Bay

Huntington Bay

A significant portion of Huntington Bay is comprised of Gold Coast vintage estates set on bucolic properties with deeded rights to beach associations and/or road associations.  Rolling hills with water views, this bay side community remains a truly hidden treasure.   A water lover's dream as there are 4 neighboring harbors (Cold Spring, Lloyd, Centerport, Northport) to boat, sail, fish, paddle or water ski on throughout a good portion of the year. A few miles south of Huntington Bay is Huntington Village, home to some of the finest restaurants, pubs and retail stores on Long Island.  Located in the middle of Huntington Village is The Paramount Theatre which hosts an eclectic mix of the finest musicians and promises great concerts in a more intimate setting.  Also in the center of town is The Book Revue, arguably one of the best independently owned book stores in the country hosting book signings/readings by top and upcoming talent.  

The Village Of Huntington Bay is located on the North Shore of Long Island and is part of Huntington township. The Village was formed in 1924 and currently has 1600 residents. The North Shore of  Huntington Bay is on the body of water called Huntington Bay which connects to the Long Island Sound; the South Shore of Connecticut can be seen from the beaches.  Huntington Bay is home of the Huntington Yacht Club, the Head of the Bay Club and the Town of Huntington's Crescent Beach.  One of Huntington's 8 public beaches, Crescent Beach, is located in Huntington Bay.






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