Settled in the mid-17th century, Quogue, part of the greater Westhampton area, is one of the oldest communities on Long Island. Today, thanks to the stately Victorians nestled along its tree-lined streets and the contemporary mansions along the ocean on Dune Road, Quogue is one of the most desirable residential areas in the Hamptons, and offers a relaxed and friendly experience for visitors. Just east is East Quogue, which was settled in 1686 and was originally known as Fourth Neck. With acres of farmland and pine forest, a beautiful bay, and ocean beaches, it’s enlivened by world-class Main Street dining and the seasonal influx of visitors.
There seems to be something about this remote collection of islands that fosters the rare, the fearless, and above all, the weird.More