Huntington NY Homes & Real Estate

Homes for sale in Huntington, NY.

Did you know? The Town of Huntington is one of ten towns in Suffolk County, NY. Founded in 1653, it is located on the north shore of Long Island in northwestern Suffolk County, with Long Island Sound to its north and Nassau county to the west. Huntington is the only township in the United States to ban self-service gas stations at the township level. The arrival of the Long Island Rail Road in 1867 transformed the economy of Huntington. The town changed from primarily agriculture and shipping to tourism and commuting. It is famous for  Cold Spring Harbor which is a popular summer restort.

Included below are homes for sale in Huntington, NY.

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Huntington October 25, 2021
69
Listed
73
Avg. DOM
$414.97
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$779,000
Med. List Price
69 Properties
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More Info about Huntington:

Popular Places to Visit:
  • The Heckscher Museum of Art: The Heckscher Museum of Art presents dynamic exhibitions and inspiring museum programs, serving the people of the Town of Huntington and all of Long Island.  It maintains an important Permanent Collection that includes more than 2,300 pieces by American and European artists. It was founded in 1920 by Anna and August Heckscher who donated the Museum building and 185 works of art to the Town of Huntington. 
  • Huntington Harbor Lighthouse: Formerly known as Lloyd Harbor Lighthouse, The Huntington Harbor Lighthouse is a lighthouse in Huntington Bay on Long Island, New York. The lighthouse was established in 1857 and the current tower was first lit in 1912. The light was automated in 1949 and is still operational.
  • Heckscher Park: A gift to the people of Huntington by the late financier and philanthropist August Heckscher and his wife Nannie A. Heckscher, the eighteen (18) acres of parkland and the Heckscher Museum of Art is one of the focal points for culture, education and social activity in Huntington.
Popular Places to Eat:
  • The Shed Resturant: A bright take on American Comfort Food featuring a robust list of specialty breakfast menu items throughout the day alongside lunch & dinner items.
  • MB Ramen: The petite spot has an l-shaped wooden counter, playing hip-hop and a menu that spans six kinds of ramen — all with different broths and noodles — plus hot and cold Asian-esque snacks, from bao buns to a scallion pancake with smoked whitefish.
  • Prime: High-end restaurant for surf, turf & brunch with a refined interior & a deck overlooking the harbor.