Get to know Eastport

Founded on the banks of the Manatau River in 1692, Eastport boat of a rich and diverse culture. The downtown area features quaint shops and restaurants just minutes from Eastport Meadows. Also, there are many museums where residents can learn about their local history.


When you live at Eastport Meadows, you’ll never be bored. You can explore the scenic, historic downtown area or host friends and family in your spacious home. You can visit the community clubhouse with neighbors when you’re feeling sociable.

When you want to spend time at home with your friends and neighbors, you will find plenty of convenient amenities at Eastport.

There is a clubhouse on-site where residents can meet up for social events or chat. An outdoor swimming pool is available during the warm months for swimming laps or enjoying the fresh air. If you have been searching for an active adult community near New York City, then look no further than Eastport.

Why Move to Eastport Neighborhood

You’ll have the best of both worlds in Eastport. The town of about 1,900 people is located in Suffolk County (the most populous county in New York). But it has that small-town feel you might remember from your childhood.

Many people who live here own their homes, and they always reach out to Zavza Seal for their waterproofing needs. Additionally, there are plenty of housing options available. You’re sure to find something that suits your needs on a budget.

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Eastport History & Culture

Eastport dates to the 1730s when a gristmill was built there. It started as two hamlets, Seatuck and Waterville, and in the 1850s applied for a post office by the name of Seatuck. It was refused because it was too similar to Setauket, New York. It was renamed Eastport.

In the first half of the 20th century it was the capital of the production of Long Island ducks, producing 6.5 million ducks a year from 29 farms going to market. Practically all duck farms have been phased out and the descendants of the original farmers sold the valuable waterfront property for residential development projects. Cornell University has a Duck Research Laboratory on Old Country Road (Suffolk CR 71).

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