Real Estate Appraiser East Hampton

Real Estate Appraiser East Hampton

One of the most magnificent areas in the South Fork of Long Island is East Hampton.

The town includes its own village, plus Amagansett and Montauk. While East Hampton is undoubtedly known for the party life of the wealthy, it is also rich with history. This includes Native Americans, art, culture and military. In all of New York State, East Hampton was actually the first English settlement. 

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Historic Points

While East Hampton is known as a hot spot for weekend summer vacations, there is much history here which is often overlooked. 

Mulford Farm

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the house at Mulford Farm was originally part of the English settlements in the late 1600s. The most notable aspect of this structure is that very little has been rebuilt since the mid-1700s. This is amazing considering all the storms, snow and wars that have come and gone. Very few structures can equate to this status.

Hook Windmill

When thinking about an East Hampton real estate appraisal, a street that comes to mind is North Main. This is where the historic Hook Windmill sits. It functioned throughout the 1800s and was purchased by the East Hampton town in the early 1920s. Windmills transfer wind into energy. They have been in use since early the first century.

Gardiners Island

At approximately 3300 acres, Gardiners is a small island off the north mainland of East Hampton. One of the largest privately owned islands in the country, this piece of land still has structures standing that were built in the 1600s. Along with hundreds of acres of lush, untouched forest life, this special East Hampton region has high historical value.


The whaling market in East Hampton flourished in the mid-1800s, when early settlers found whales stranded on the shore. The animals were used for food and oil. Over time, rules and regulations were set by the town to keep the activity under control. But as people in the area became greedy, live whales were captured as well. During its apex, whaling in East Hampton brought scores of ships to the town. Although whaling ended, sport fishing is very popular on the east end of Long Island. Today, there are several sport fishing charters in Montauk.


An art collective during the Beatnik era thrived in the East Hampton community. It first centered on pioneering artist Jackson Pollock in the 1940s. His history leaves behind the Pollock Krasner House and Studio on Hamptons land. The influential artist passed away while in the hamlet of Springs, just north of Amagansett. While much has transpired in the past, there are arts currently active in East Hampton. Guild Hall is a performance center located on Main street. WEHM and WEHN are local stations covering the east end of Long Island. Their latest format is AAA, an industry term that stands for adult album alternative. Of course there are other sources for music and news. But when the internet is down during a storm, your local AM/FM stations are one of the few alternatives.


Over the last few centuries, East Hampton has served as a location for U.S military bases. The navy, air force and army have conducted activities here during the Civil War, Spanish-American War, et al. Camp Hero is a former military base in Montauk that can still be seen today, just down the road from the lighthouse. 

The above points of interest add worth to the precious region. To understand the true value of your property, allow the top real estate appraiser East Hampton trusts to examine your estate.