With miles of white, sandy beaches and a general abundance of natural beauty, Southampton is the epicenter of the Hamptons. The town was founded in 1640, and is now a charming village with modern flair and a favorite resort of the well-to-do.

What to Expect

A historic home to wealthy families
Southampton Village is a mix of new and old, historic and modern, business and beach. The sprawling village has seven miles of some of the most beautiful oceanfront property on Long Island, and one of the busiest commercial areas in the Hamptons. The charming village center, situated around Main Street and Jobs Lane, has boutique shops and restaurants, and the tree-lined side streets are home to some of the most expensive real estate on the South Fork. The Shinnecock Indian Reservation is just minutes from downtown, where the tribe maintains its cultural roots.

From clapboard saltboxes to multimillion-dollar oceanfront estates
Southampton Village plays home to some the wealthiest of Hamptons families, who summer in country houses situated “South of the Highway” — meaning below Hill Street and Hampton Road — and spend their days at private resorts like the Meadow Club. Billionaires such as hedge-funder John Paulson and businessman David Koch have properties here, taking helicopters in for the weekend and landing on the village’s own helipad. Homes start at $800,000 and go all the way up to $100 million, with most in the $8-to-$12 million range.

Median Sale $2.5M See Sales
Median Rent $15K See Rentals
Known For
Boutique shops
Pristine beaches
Vibrant nightlife
Best-in-class dining

New Listings

Points of Interest

Nearby Transportation

Train: LIRR – Southampton
Bus: Hampton Jitney – Southampton
Bus: Hampton Luxury Liner – Southampton

Beaches in Southampton

Cooper's Beach
Halsey Neck Beach
Gin Beach

Things to Do


Southampton Village Dog Park

The only park just for dogs in Southampton. The one-acre space is gated with a smaller run for more shy pooches.


The Village Gourmet Cheese Shop

In addition to selling a wide variety of cheeses, this local favorite makes sandwiches and salads to order.


Sip'n Soda

An old-fashioned, family-owned diner in the heart of the village, complete with a soda fountain and booth seating.