About Nassau

Nassau County was once the eastern 70% of Queens County. It was incorporated independently from the borough in 1899, and became the Gilded Age residence of some of America’s most affluent and influential families of the twentieth century. The North Shore, or Gold Coast, has been the inspiration for many a novel, most notably The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, who was rumored to have written the story based on parties he attended at a Sands Point mansion owned by his editor. The Gold Coast was called home by influential politicians as well as affluent families that built their empires in the banking, manufacturing, oil, shipping, and retail industries in the early 1900’s.

Today, that legacy still exists, and there are beautiful architectural highlights for your aesthetic pleasure. Whether you’re seeking a beach-front cottage, a more traditional Tudor estate, or a home that’s post-modern and contemporary, you’re sure to find the right place here. If you have any questions about a property, please be sure to register, and we will contact you immediately to assist you in your search. With 2 cities, 3 towns, and over 75 villages and hamlets, Nassau County offers elegant and casual dining for every palate, entertainment options galore, and accommodations for your out of town guests that might desire a little extra privacy. And if the outstanding schools, lush landscapes, picturesque seascapes, and luxurious homes of Nassau County aren’t enough, the convenient proximity to Manhattan for your work week, and the quick drive to the Hamptons for your weekends might just convince you… Nassau County is truly the perfect destination for your next home!