Nature meets community in Seaford.
The housing market in this peaceful community is robust. Options range from single and multi-family homes to apartments and condos. The architecture in Seaford is diverse, from converted summer bungalows and mid-century ranches to stately Colonials and Cape Cods. Desirable properties line the waterfront, offering fantastic views of the bay.
With Manhattan close by and beaches just around the corner, Seaford residents enjoy having the best of Long Island’s tourism and amenities at their fingertips. Shops and restaurants line main thoroughfares like Merrick Road, while markets and cafes offering the essentials dot the landscape. Head to Cedar Creek Park for acres of athletic fields, a roller rink, and a dog run. The nearby Tackapausha Preserve is a historic nature sanctuary with trails and space for birdwatchers. While Seaford lacks significant public beaches or boat ramps, marinas and hotspots like Jones Beach State Park are just a short trip away.