About Suffolk County

Suffolk County, settled in the 1680’s during the Dutch and English colonial migration, is an agricultural and wildlife preserve mecca. Several village farmer’s markets and that Normal Rockwell-type community feel gives everyone an opportunity to truly enjoy Long Island’s natural offerings. Come live in Suffolk County and access to the best Zagat rated restaurants in Long Island, fabulous beaches, high-end shopping, swanky golf courses, and casual weekend drives through the quaint waterfront towns or fertile farmlands on a quest for fresh produce could be all yours. Who could ask for more than that?

Architectural interests are abundant, and communities have preserved historical buildings in the Beaux-Arts, Tudor, and turn of the century colonial styles, and mixed them with fresh contemporary and fun modern buildings which add texture to an already beautiful aesthetic.

Looking for the convenience factor? Islip’s Long Island MacArthur Airport can get you to your next destination and offers efficient commuter flights to a variety of city destinations. Work in Manhattan? With a short commute, you get the best of beaches, country charm and big city all in one!