One of the most westerly hamlets in the region, Westhampton is considered the first main stop in the Hamptons. It is more residential and affordable than its village counterpart, Westhampton Beach, with the added benefit of being quieter, too.
A residential community that’s close to everything
The residential properties in Westhampton offer privacy and tranquility away from the busy downtown and ocean beaches. The community offers access to the school district in Westhampton Beach, which is one of the best in the area, but with more affordable home prices.
Modest contemporaries and grand, shingled mansions
Ranches, Cape Cods, postmoderns, contemporaries and estates — Westhampton has all kinds of home types. It’s one of the reasons this area appeals to a wide range of buyers. Another is the variety of prices, with homes listed from about $500,000 to more than $2 million.
The original Goldberg’s Bagels in Westhampton Beach is one of the only places to get authentic bagels in the Hamptons.
You can eat breakfast while watching planes come and go at this laid-back restaurant overlooking Gabreski Airport.
No need to go into town for provisions — this roadside stand carries baked goods, bread, pies, seasonal produce, and even fresh fish.