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Why build your home in Orient?

By June 17, 2016February 26th, 2018No Comments

highlightThis week we have been featuring a parcel of land for sale in Orient. Our exclusive listing boasts 425′ of beach front and a world of possibilities.

There are few places left where you can enjoy the rural beauty of Long Island’s East End. The North Fork is a special place where most of it has been left untouched — especially the gem at the end of the tail — Orient. Mostly residential, Orient’s population was recorded to be just shy of 750 residents in 2010. If you love peace and tranquility and a slower pace of life, Orient is the place to build your next home.

farmstand_ronOysterponds Farm

You can find these berries on the tables of the most touted restaurants on the North Fork — or your very own table. Stop by Oyster Ponds Farm and pick up a pint. Specializing in naturally grown berries.

Saturday, from June to October.
Ron will be there to help you.

 

 

Screenshot 2016-06-17 11.32.56Bring home a hot pie: Four and Twenty Blackbirds

Offering seasonal pie by the slice, whole pies, pie à la mode, sweet treats & STUMPTOWN espresso and cold-brew.

ORIENT VILLAGE
1010 Village Lane
(NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE)
Phone: (347) 940 6717

 

 


lsOrient By the Sea

Family-owned and operated since 1979, this popular seafood restaurant has been serving the area for over 35 years. Restaurant hours are 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Monday – Thursday), 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Friday – Sunday).

Orient By the Sea is located at 40200 Main Road in Orient.

13609929_8TnZcvECTAXeG6LYb1p9tLh1NaCuOYKtwH_Y0IzGW6kOrient Country Store

You can get a little bit of everything here and fill up on Miriam’s homemade baked goods.

950 Village Lane, Orient, NY
631.323.2580
Monday–Saturday: 7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

 

A taste of Orient

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