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Lattingtown is an exclusive waterfront village in Nassau County’s Town of Oyster Bay on the North Shore known as the Gold Coast of Long Island, New York. People are attracted to the area for its rich culture and heritage, the calm and peaceful environment offering country living, the pristine beaches along the Sound as well as the gorgeous parks and botanical gardens.

Local Area Information

Lattingtown is an incorporated village in the Town of Oyster Bay, one of the three townships in Nassau County on the North Shore of Long Island, New York, also called the “Gold Coast” for the lavish country houses and manors built in the area at the turn of the 20th century. The village is nestled between Glen Cove City to the west, Bayville Village to the northeast, Mill Neck Village to the southeast and Locust Valley to the south, with which it shares the 11560 ZIP code along with much of Matinecock Village.

The area’s earliest inhabitants were Matinecock Indians until the land was purchased by English settler Richard Latting around 1660. Since there were no main roads nor train stations, it remained a relatively small community with only around 60 houses after over two centuries. In 1900, a couple of wealthy friends purchased the land and built their magnificent summer homes called Meudon and Ormston. In 1931, Lattingtown was incorporated as a village and is now one of the country’s most affluent communities.

Lattingtown’s northern coast overlooks the glorious panoramic expanse of the Long Island Sound offering fantastic water views and has some of the most magnificent waterfront houses and private beach clubs. The Gold Coast mansion that was the former John E. Aldred Estate known as Ormston exists today as the St. Josaphat Monastery and stretches all the way to the Sound, where there is a bathing facility largely leased from the monastery to serve as a town beach with mooring privileges for locals.

Lattingtown encompasses mainly residential areas, whose single-family homes include some of the most lavish luxury residences ranging from 4-bedroom homes to 7-bedroom houses or larger. The village also has several undeveloped vacant lots.

In the 2020 US Census, Lattingtown was the 10th largest among Nassau County’s 64 villages and the 39th least populous among the 96 villages on Long Island. It has no main drag nor any commercial centers, and possibly the only restaurant in the area is open exclusively to Piping Rock Club members and their guests.

General Information

Township: Town of Oyster Bay | Oyster Bay, New York

County: Nassau County

Population: 1,881 (2020)

Classification: Incorporated Village

LIRR Train Station/Schedule: MTA.info/lirr
The LIRR serves Lattingtown via the Locust Valley Station.
Travel time to Manhattan, Penn Station is about
1 hour 6 minutes to 1 hour 11 minutes.

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Utilities:

Water District
Locust Valley Water District

Gas Company(s)
PSEG Long Island
National Grid

Electric Company(s)
PSEG Long Island

Cable/ Phone/ TV/ Internet Provider(s)
Optimum
Verizon Fios
DirecTV
Dish

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Beaches & Parks

The Bailey Arboretum boasts 42 acres of picturesque greenspace with marked trails, tranquil botanical gardens, and carefully landscaped grounds, and serves as a haven to various species of exotic trees and plants. It was once the estate of Frank and Marie Louise Bailey, and now offers year-round educational and community programs.

The Creek is an exclusive membership club and an oasis for golf enthusiasts. Aside from the premier golf course originally designed by the prominent Charles B. Macdonald, its facilities also include outdoor and indoor tennis courts and the club beach house at Creek Beach.

The Lattingtown Village Beach is a lifeguarded beach that is open to residents and their sponsored guests. It is open for swimming with lifeguard protection seven days a week, except in July when lifeguards are on duty during only the weekends.

Meudon Beach is among the marvelous beaches along the north shore of Lattingtown Village, located just west of the Creek Club beach. It is a small, serene beach with shallow waters, and commands great views of the Long Island Sound.

The Piping Rock Beach Club is part of the amenities enjoyed by members of the exclusive Piping Rock Club located in Locust Valley. The pristine, private beach offers scenic views of the Long Island Sound, a swimming pool, and an American cuisine restaurant.

The Schools

Lattingtown Village is in the Locust Valley Central School District, which has six public schools. Three of the district schools, Locust Valley Intermediate, Locust Valley Middle, and Locust Valley High, are located in the village. Bayville Primary and Bayville Intermediate Schools are in Bayville Village, while Ann M. MacArthur Primary School is in Locust Valley.

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