Beautiful estates meet outdoor recreation in Shelter Island Heights.
Locals get a lot of privacy in Shelter Island Heights. Head to the hamlet for tree-lined streets and large homes with lush acreage. The housing stock in Shelter Island Heights is a mix of large estates and farmhouses, with many boasting amenities like private swimming pools. Houses are far apart from one another and divided by pockets of densely packed woodlands.
Check out Dering Harbor for boat launches and waterfront restaurants, or head to main thoroughfares like North Ferry Road for craft breweries and independent shops. Those looking for prime hiking should head to the Mashomack Preserve, which features marshland, forests, and a creek. Most of the recreation in Shelter Island Heights revolves around the Peconic River, a hotspot for boating, swimming, and kayaking.