The Stores of Historic Sag Harbor

Long Island, New York

The Historic Village of Sag Harbor

The Hamptons - Eastern Long Island

In the middle of Long Island’s South Fork is the historic village of Sag Harbor. The drive from Manhattan is only about one and one-half hours so the area provides respite for many city dwellers who come here to enjoy the charm and natural beauty as well as great dining, shopping, and deepwater access for large boats. 

Sag Harbor also has a thriving art scene, and the town’s annual Harborfest every September is just one of numerous popular cultural events held in the area.

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Outside of the main town area are attractive neighborhoods including many Cape Cod cottages and Victorian homes along with Greek Revival and Colonial architectural styles. 

Sailing is popular at Sag Harbor, as are clamming and fishing. Sag Harbor also has a rich historical past that shows in the structures and the town’s quaint character and the eclectic, stylish Sag Harbor stores.

Located in New York’s Suffolk County, Sag Harbor’s Village District - a former whaling port and writer’s colony - is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

Parts of the village are in Southhampton, including Main Street, the Whalers Church, and Mashashimuet Park. Other parts of Sag Harbor are in East Hampton, including the Bay Street Marina complex. The dividing line between the two is Division Street which turns into Town Line Road just south of Sag Harbor Village. 

The harbor and the adjacent town were named after a tuber grown by the Metoac Algonquins who were the natives of the land. The called the plant sagabon (Apios americana) was one of the first crops shipped back to England by the colonists in the early 1700s. 

Sag Harbor Village has an area of 2.5 square miles including .8 square miles of water and 1.7 square miles of land.

Thanks for visiting and checking out all of the wonderful Sag Harbor Stores!

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