Approximately thirty-one miles east of Manhattan, you will find The Brookville’s. These include the Villages of Old Brookville, Brookville, and Upper Brookville. All are located in the Town of Oyster Bay on Long Island in the prestigious “Gold Coast” of Nassau County. These communities sit northwest of Jericho and east of Roslyn and are in close proximity to Muttontown, Greenvale, and Glen Head.
Old Brookville is characterized by historic luxury and similar to neighboring Muttontown, encompasses many sprawling estates and stately mansions. Property values in Old Brookville are some of the highest in the nation, and it is not unusual to find famous artists, celebrities, and socialites among its residents.
Real estate in Old Brookville includes houses of varying styles including Victorians, Tudors, ranches, and contemporary homes. Adding to the allure for residents is the proximity to good schools and the residential amenities like shops, restaurants, and services in the nearby Greenvale and other neighboring villages. Thoroughfares like the Long Island Expressway, Glen Cove Road, and Northern Boulevard, make getting around very convenient. In addition, multiple Long Island RailRoad commuter stations facilitate an easy trip into Manhattan.
Similar to Old Brookville, real estate in Brookville and Upper Brookville includes grand houses and estates on two to five-acre plots. Brookville is a well-established community that was incorporated in 1931. At that time it was a narrow tract of land along Route 107, however, in the 1950s it annexed Wheatley Hills and doubled its size to its current 2,650 acres.
Upper Brookville is east of Old Brookville and north of Brookville, and has a rich history filled with luxury. The Brookville’s are ideal for homebuyers desiring the privacy and peaceful existence of rural life with convenient proximity to New York City and the exciting attractions and amenities nearby.