Smithtown Real Estate

    With the convenience to transportation, and shops, winding roads, beautiful tree-lined streets, natural beaches, and top rated schools, Smithtown is on the list for many buyers searching for a home on Long Island.



    Located in Suffolk County, Smithtown is conveniently situated on the North Shore of Long Island, and offers easy commuting to nearby areas. It offers both the solitude of family life, and the proximity to larger, busy metropolitan areas. Enjoy easy commuting to Northern State or LIE, or take the Smithtown Train to Penn Station in less than two hours.


    A Bit of History

    At the intersection of Routes 25 and 25A lives Whisper the bull, a famous landmark born out of the alluring town’s history. The statue, which continues to proudly greet Smithtown residents more than 70 years after its placement, tells of the town’s infamous legend.

    Story has it that Richard Smythe, the town’s founder, rescued a Native American Chief’s daughter, and as reward, the Chief agreed to grant Smythe all the land that he could encircle whilst riding a bull.

    Although local historians agree that this isn’t how Smythe actually acquired the land for Smithtown, it’s still a fun story that is shared amongst residents. Now green with age, Whisper is a testament to Smithtown’s charming legend and community pride, which continues to thrive amongst the town today.


    The Beautiful Outdoors

    Smithtown residents have the luxury of enjoying quite a few outdoor attractions in serene, natural settings. From parks to beaches and more, there are many ways for Smithtown residents to take full advantage of a beautiful day in the wonderful town.

    Whether you’re taking a family day at the park, walking your dogs, or simply enjoying a solitary walk alone, Caleb State Park is the perfect place to appreciate the great outdoors.

    For 54 acres of garden, woodland, field, and wetland habitats, visit the Sweetbriar Nature Center for a natural science experience the whole family can enjoy. From wildlife rehabilitation services to art classes and a variety of educational programs for children and adults, Sweetbriar Nature Center offers various activities to Smithtown residents.

    Spend the day fishing, go for a refreshing swim, or just relax in solitude with the soothing sound of ocean waves at one of Smithtown’s North Shore beaches. Callahan’s Beach and Sunken Meadow State Park Beach feature accommodating water with temperamental waves and rather rocky shores. These beaches are favorites for both Smithtown locals and tourists.


    Shopping & Dining

    Smithtown is bustling with business, and there’s a wide variety of shops and restaurants to choose from for a day or night on the town.

    Smith Haven Mall is home to more than 140 boutiques and stores, including Apple, H&M, Michael Kors, Sur La Table, Macy’s, Dicks Sporting Goods, and much more.

    Eat at one of the many restaurants located in Smithtown – no matter what type of cuisine the family is craving. With top-rated restaurants like Chop Shop, Insignia, Casa Rustica, H20, Thai House, Maureen’s Kitchen (a favorite breakfast spot for locals!), Ciro’s Pizza, and much more, the town’s restaurant scene will satisfy any appetite.

    With its many features and perfect situation, it’s no wonder that Smithtown residents have such pride in their lovely town. Enjoy all the town has to offer and be part of this charming community when you choose to invest in a home in Smithtown. Browse our Smithtown realty listings to find your perfect home today.

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