A bucolic enclave in Long Island, Old Brookville boasts scenic landscapes and prime recreation.
People flock to the village for its secluded residential streets and tranquil vibe. Head to this corner of Oyster Bay for large properties and quiet, winding roads. The landscape is diverse, from sprawling estates backing up into woodlands, to horse farms, to blocks of upscale suburban housing. Farmers markets and festivals are conventional in this tight-knit community.
Old Brookville puts some of the area’s best shopping, dining, and cultural institutions at its residents’ fingertips. The hustle and bustle of New York City and idyllic waterfront communities in the Hamptons are both a short trip away. The James Preserve, a gem in the area, boasts antique farming equipment and picturesque walking trails. A string of country clubs, horse stables, and parks serve as the perfect backdrop for classic outdoor pastimes like golfing and horseback riding. Head to hotspots like Tilles Center concert hall for world-class live performances or check out historic buildings and landmarks like the St. Joan de Arc Chapel.