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East Quogue

East Quogue offers the perfect blend of the best of both worlds in the Hamptons – a lively Main Street steeped in rich history and the tranquility of the beach. Originally called Fourth Neck when settled in 1673 by farmers and fishermen, the town went on to change its name several times before settling on East Quogue in 1891. Today, the area still retains much of its historic charm with numerous homes over a century old scattered throughout.

East Quogue’s fame was also boosted by rum runners in the 1920s, much like its East End neighbors. The grand Ambassador Inn, now the highly elegant Stone Creek Inn restaurant, was a well-known speakeasy in its time. These days, Docker’s is the place to be, where patrons can enjoy an exciting nightlife and breathtaking sunsets over the bays.

In the present day, East Quogue is a spot where both locals and summer visitors can enjoy the summer concert series, delightful shopping, and a wide range of restaurants serving up something to please every palate. Many people consider East Quogue to be one of the Hamptons’ best-kept secrets, and it’s easy to see why.

If you’re considering buying a home in the Hamptons, Town & Country Real Estate has an array of properties to offer in East Quogue that fit your preferences and Hamptons lifestyle, whether you’re looking for a vacation home, summer rental, or investment property.