Taking up the easternmost section of Long Island, you’ll find Suffolk County. Surrounded by water on three sides; the Long Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean, and split into two peninsulas, Suffolk County includes 912 square miles of family-friendly communities, exciting beaches, upscale getaways.
Suffolk County might be a bit further of a commute than Nassau County, but there are plenty of good reasons for Manhattan workers to consider settling down here. You’ll experience less traffic and lower taxes than it’s Long Island counterpart. Many of the homes here offer stunning views and architecture. The county is split into 10 towns, which include the famous Hamptons and all of the summer fun that can be found in them. But you don’t need a summer home to enjoy Suffolk County thanks to the many golf courses, sandy beaches, shopping centers, local farms, and seaside attractions.