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About The Hamptons, Long Island:

Situated on the South Fork of Suffolk County, The Hamptons consist of the villages and hamlets located in the Town of Southampton and the Town East Hampton. Historically, the area consisted of farmland and fishing communities. Many of the early settlers in the Hamptons came from Connecticut and Rhode Island, due to its proximity across the sound. Today, you can see the influence of New England in the architecture and aesthetics of the Hamptons, particularly in East Hampton Village and in Sag Harbor Village. The late 19th century saw an influx of artists to the Hamptons as the area became a rural retreat for many artists of the time. The community of Springs in East Hampton, and the Art Village of Southampton became home to many artist and art schools.

Today, the Hamptons see a significant increase in population during the summer months and on weekends, as the area has become a favorite vacation spot and getaway location for affluent New Yorker City residents seeking a change of pace from the city. 

The price of residential real estate in the Hamptons is among the highest in the United States with property located south of Route 27 generally commanding a higher price. The most expensive areas in the Hamptons are found south of Route 27 and in what is referred to as the Estate Areas of East Hampton Village, Southampton Village, Sagaponack, Bridgehampton, and Water Mill. Oceanfront properties command higher prices. The oceanfront streets of Gin Lane and Meadow Lane in Southampton and the ocean front homes of Lily Pond Lane, Further Lane, and West End Road in East Hampton have homes that are among the most expensive roads in the country. Meadow Lane in Southampton Village is known as "Billionaire's Lane”

Popular attractions in the Hamptons include the Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum, Southampton Arts Center, Cooper's Beach, Channing Daughters Winery, Pollock-Krasner House, LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton Main Beach, Children's Museum of the East End,  and Mashomack Preserve.

In 2020, the median residential property sale price for a home in the Hamptons was $ 1,202,500, representing a 40 percent increase from 2019.

Southampton and East Hampton Real Estate Lawyers are prepared to assist and represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties throughout all of the Hamptons including Southampton, Sagaponack, Remsenburg, Bridgehampton, Water Mill, Amagansett, Wainscott, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, Springs, Quogue, Westhampton, North Sea, Northwest Harbor, Hampton Bays, East Quogue, Westhampton Shinnecock Hills, Beach, Montauk, Eastport, West Hampton Dunes, and Speonk.