Nassau County is one of the wealthiest counties in the nation and is home to roughly 1.3 million residents. Situated on the western part of Long Island, New York, it’s primarily suburban with pockets of heavy urbanization. The county encompasses nearly twelve dozen hamlets and villages within three towns, Oyster Bay, North Hempstead, and Hempstead. The cities of Long Beach and Glen Cove are also in its borders. This 452-square-mile county boasts abundant natural beauty with gorgeous white beaches, bluffs with views, and lush wooded areas. The communities in Nassau are ideal for people wanting to live near Manhattan but also wanting to avoid the big city hustle and bustle. An excellent example is the Long Island gem known as Locust Valley.
Locust Valley was first developed in the early 1900s. Its name influenced by the picturesque trees, the community has long been known for its luxury woodland estates. Comprised of just one square mile, Locust Valley is home to roughly 3,400 residents and several notable landmarks. This North Shore hamlet boasts well-manicured streets lined with inviting restaurants and quaint shops. It is a highly walkable area, which is why Locust Valley real estate is prized. Homes for sale in Locust Valley include many architectural styles and sizes affording prospective homebuyers many options. If you would like more details regarding available properties in Locust Valley, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.
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