Gold Coast Neighborhoods

Bayville
The Village of Bayville, sometimes called Pine Island, is an incorporated village located along the waters of the Long Island Sound. Bayville is approximately 1.5 square miles surrounded to the east by Centre Island, the west side by Lattingtown, and by a third exclusive village, Mill Neck...
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The Brookvilles
The Brookvilles as the towns are more commonly referred to actually encompass three separate villages. Nestled on the famed Gold Coast of the North Shore of Nassau County, Brookville, Old Brookville...
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Glen Cove
Glen Cove is a city on the North Shore of Long Island and is one of two of Nassau County's five municipalities that is a city, rather than a town. In 1834 the town officially changed names from the unattractive Musketa Cove to its present name Glen Cove...
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Great Neck
Great Neck is a region on Long Island that covers a peninsula on the North Shore of Long Island, which includes other villages and hamlets including the constituent communities of Village of Great Neck, Great Neck Estates, Great Neck Plaza, Kensington, Kings Point, Russell Gardens...
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Lattingtown
Originally marsh lands, the Incorporated Village of Lattingtown is within the boundaries of Locust Valley Proper and includes the towns of Matinecock, Mill Neck, Bayville and Upper Brookville encompassing about 18 square miles in all...
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Manhasset
The hamlet of Manhasset is located in the Town of North Hempstead. The Manhasset name was adopted in 1840 and comes from the native word "Manhansett", meaning "island neighborhood." The unincorporated areas of Manhasset Proper include the communities of North and...
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Muttontown
Incorporated in 1931, Muttontown is a Village within the Town of Oyster Bay. One of the many exclusive areas on the Gold Coast North Shore, Muttontown’s roots were actually steeped in sheep pasturage, hence the origins of the name...
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Mill Neck
A largely secluded area within the more particularly visible towns of the Gold Coast and North Shore, the Incorporated Village of Mill Neck stands as a representation of the grandeur of the wave of progress that accompanied the Roaring 1920s...
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Old Westbury
Historically significant, the Incorporated Village of Old Westbury was home to countless members of New York’s rich and famous, the socially elite class of the gilded age of American prosperity. It is not so different today as Old Westbury still claims...
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Oyster Bay
Replete with a long and interesting past, the Town of Oyster Bay is known for many significant historical and geographical elements. One of which is that while made up of 18 villages and 18 hamlets, it is the only township in Nassau County that...
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Port Washington
The hamlet of Port Washington is within the Town of North Hempstead. “Port” as it is affectionately known, is home to four incorporated villages: Baxter Estates, Manorhaven, Port Washington North and Sands Point, plus part of the village of Flower Hill...
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The Roslyns
As many often refer to this collection of communities as ‘The Roslyns’, it is really comprised of the following towns and incorporated villages: Roslyn, Roslyn Heights, East Hills, Roslyn Harbor, Roslyn Estates, Searingtown, Flower Hill, and Greenvale...
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