Health, Wellness: Reasons to Move To Long Island’s Beach Towns

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Looking to escape the city permanently and still be close enough to the bustling metropolitan? For many Manhattanites, Long Island's East End, a remote worker's paradise is becoming a year-round haven of seclusion, empty beaches, and Zen living.

 

The best reasons to move to the Hamptons are to enjoy the beach all year long and be close to nature. Find out what it's like to live in a vacation town. The Hamptons offer a quiet and peaceful beach-side community. When you move to your favorite place in the world, you'll feel like you're on vacation every day of the week.


 

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From Sag's Harbor to Montauk, the Hamptons are a popular vacation spot for many New York families. After a few visits to this dreamy beach oasis, it's common to feel like you don't want to go home. When deciding to relocate to this unique neighborhood, it's important to know what you're getting into, such as how to properly move between boroughs. Of all the reasons to move to the Hamptons, here are the best.

Go To the Beach

Going to the beach is a quintessential part of experiencing the Hamptons. That's why summer is the most popular time for families to vacation there. Though temperatures aren't as high in the spring, fall, and winter, you can still enjoy the beach during the off-season. The water may be too cold for swimming, but you can still do other activities, including:

  • Sunbathing
  • Birdwatching
  • Metal detecting
  • Exercise

Enjoy Fall in the Hamptons

If you only spend your summers in this community, you miss out on the most beautiful time of year. Few people know that autumn in the Hamptons is especially charming. Farms, houses, and orchards are picture-perfect. You may feel like you're in a movie or catalog when you enjoy fall here due to how idealistic the town becomes.

Pro Tip: People also love Autumn in this neighborhood for the festivals and harvest markets!


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Become Part of the Community Vibe

Feeling like you belong is important when you move to a new place. Uncover the culture of the community when you visit its local bars and restaurants. Here is where you may meet locals and tourists alike. Further, you can visit the visitor's center or volunteer at a shelter to become a regular face in the community.

Get Back To Nature

Each area of the Hamptons is full of gorgeous walking trails, piers, beaches, and more. You can hike or bike to all sorts of unique areas around the island. The Hamptons are a string of seaside communities on Long Island's South Fork. The proximity to the ocean gives the area a unique landscape.

Pro Tip: The area is also full of history. Historical relics, plaques, and monuments appear throughout the community.


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Live in a Beautiful Home

One of the main characteristics of the Hamptons is its stunning architecture. If you decide to move to this vacation home area, you may pay more for your house and property, but you'll live in an expertly designed space. From farmhouse chic to colonial, houses range in styles and sizes. A generally suburban area, most homes come with yard space and garages.

The main reasons to move to the Hamptons are so you can feel like you're always on vacation. Forget planning trips away from your home when you love the place you live more than anywhere else in the world. The South Fork of Long Island is an excellent choice because you'll still be close to the city while enjoying all your favorite things about a relaxing and quiet suburb. Give yourself the opportunity to relax by the beach in a thriving community that looks beautiful every day.


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