East Hampton Real Estate
A glimpse inside the Hamptons area known for its village charm, lazy days on the beach, and artistic flair.
Whether you stay for the beach, harvest, or nature, East Hampton brings residents a charming, artistic, peaceful community rich with top-rated schools, established restaurants, fun-filled fall festivals, local markets with fresh, phenomenal produce, countless trails to walk, hike, bike, or bird watch, and so much more.
What to Love
- The chance to take in the scenery and listen to the waves crashing on the beach
- A fall season full of festivals including the Hamptons International Film Festival and Southamptonfest
- A fresh air aspect you can’t get in the city
- A peacefulness that reverberates even on the coldest winter days
- Great high school sports teams to watch games
East Hampton is where a sparse suburban feel forms the backdrop for an area rich with no shortage of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. East Hampton feels a bit more “old money” than other Hamptons towns with stricter rules and regulations than Southampton. The local lifestyle is more relaxed throughout Montauk, the Springs, and the charming villages and hamlets.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Head over to East Hampton’s own Nick and Toni’s
for a delicious and seasonally inspired meal at a charming and dependable table, where an enticing ambiance awaits you. From the wood-burning oven inside the Tuscan farmhouse setting to the outsider art and extensive drink program, it’s no wonder diners show up night after night, filling the dining rooms with vivacious energy.
Kill some time before your 8 PM reservations by browsing the curated collections of beauty, fashion accessories, and home decor at AERIN
. This global luxury lifestyle brand makes living beautifully effortless, marrying the passion-filled worlds of art, travel, fashion, and design with a classic but always modern point of view.
In the world of chic boutique hotels, The Maidstone
was artfully designed for a luxurious stay. This staple of the Hamptons scene since the 1920s—recently renovated with a fresh perspective by Jenny & Jonathan Baker—features a curated art selection, refreshing garden, intimate lounge, and endless personality.
The 250-year-old tradition behind The 1770 House
still welcomes guests from around the world with hospitality and comfort. This intimate Inn and venerable home in the heart of East Hampton Village stands today as a boutique hotel and restaurant, seamlessly integrating historic elegance with luxurious, modern amenities and first-class dining by Chef Michael Rozzi.
Things to Do
Perfect for movie lovers, The Hamptons International Film Festival
celebrates independent film, introducing a unique and varied spectrum of international films and filmmakers. Discover films that express fresh voices and differing global perspectives for a night that promises to enlighten and educate audiences with inspired entertainment while providing invaluable exposure for filmmakers.
When you need some invigoration, the magnificent and world-famous Montauk Point Lighthouse
, located at the tip of eastern Long Island, invites you to experience the unforgettable 360° views of Block Island Sound, the Atlantic Ocean, and beyond that await your climb to the top. And after you descend back down to the ground, head over to Main Beach for some peaceful rest and relaxation.
East Hampton is also home to one of the best-known houses in America that few people have actually stepped foot in. Martha Stewart’s home on Lily Pond Lane is an American classic that untold millions have seen here, there, and everywhere: on TV, in books, and in the pages of her namesake magazine.
East Hampton is home to Ross School East Hampton
, the only private, nonprofit N-12 school on the East End. Residents can also enroll their kids in one of the three top-rated public schools within the East Hampton School District.
- East Hampton High School - Grades 9 through 12 - Ranked top 10% of all New York Schools.
- East Hampton Middle School - Grades 6 through 8 - Leading Algebra Test Scores
- John M. Marshall Elementary School - Pre-K through Grade 5 - 788th of 2195 New York public elementary schools
If you are interested in learning more about East Hampton real estate, get in touch with the Jonathan Milioti Team!