Welcome to East Hampton
Founded in 1648, East Hampton has quaint oceanfront homes that are over two centuries old, and some of the most iconic beaches in the world. East Hampton's main beach claims fame to being one of the top-rated beaches in the United States. Full of historic houses and buildings, East Hampton has property on the National Register of Historic Places operated by the East Hampton Historical Society. Further Lane and Lily Pond Lane are some of the most legendary and exclusive streets in the U.S. Having a deep rooted history in the Arts, East Hampton still houses numerous art galleries, has theatrical performances year round, and hosts The Hamptons International Film Festival each fall. The village center stays busy year round with boutiques, shops and gourmet restaurants. Known for famous seaside gold, the exclusive Maidstone Club has been around for over a century and gives its guests and members a one of a kind experience.
Here you really can have it all: village living, luxurious oceanfront estates, private retreats in the woods, harbor and bay front living with the ocean at your fingertips.