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East Islip Luxury Real Estate

The Moorings is a luxury waterfront and waterview community in East  Islip Long Island.

This is a private enclave of waterfront and waterview homes built on the former H. B. Hollins Estate known as Meadowfarm.  Sporadic building began in 1964 through 1977, and then again in 2000 with new construction into 2008.  The Moorings is located by Suffolk Lane South to West on Dock and South on Meadow Farm to the 24 hour security gate. 

Situated in the unincorporated hamlet of E Islip on the South Shore of Long Island’s Suffolk County, the Moorings has direct access to the Great South Bay.  Street names in this community are The Helm, The Mast, The Moor, The Sail and The Keel.  For the enjoyment of the homeowner’s, there are 2 tennis courts, and a private marina.  The Manor House remains on the property.  Each home has at least 1 acre of property, and no two homes can have the same floor-plan.  According to public records  for 2008 there were sales at The Moorings  from $750,000 for a Bank Owned 1970 3 bedroom Ranch style home to $2,800,000 for a 5 Bedroom 4.5 Bath Post Modern home with pool house. Call for current pricing at our cell 631-805-4400!

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