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.
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