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Quogue

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  • Population
    1,081
  • Change from 1990
    20%
  • Population density
    724 per square mile
  • Median household income
    $108,162.0
  • Median age
    49 years
  • Married with children
    23% of households
  • Median age of dwellings
    26 years
  • Owner-occupied
    29% of homes
  • LIRR travel time to NYC
    From Westhampton, 1 hour, 54 minutes- 2 hours, 20 minutes
  • Crime risk
    31 (100 = national average)

Buyers guide

  • High-end

    Price: $950,000- $3M+
    Specs: 3-6 BR, 3+ BA
    Contemporaries, post-moderns, new construction
  • Trade-up

    Price: $750,000-$850,000
    Specs: 3-4 BR, 1-2 BA
    Contemporaries
  • Starter

    Price: $575,000-$600,000
    Specs: 3 BR, 1-1.5 BA
    2-stories
Source: Compiled from MLSLI data

Community Profile

Quogue is for those who enjoy a quiet lifestyle surrounded by nature on the East End.

While the small village is mainly residential, there are several businesses here, as well as a few stores, including a deli and antique shop, along Jessup Avenue, considered the community's main street. Village hall and the fire and police departments are there as well.

Nearby are the renovated Quogue Library, built in 1897; the Old School House Museum, which is open during the summer months; and the Quogue Field Club, a public golf course.

Take the bridge to Dune Road and the scent of ocean salt air permeates the Quogue Village Beach.

Neighborhoods feature mostly post-modern, traditional and contemporary-style homes that occupy at least one acre of property.

The village also offers the Quogue Wildlife Refuge, which includes the Charles Bank Belt Nature Center and the Distressed Wildlife Complex.

Residents can food shop in Westhampton or East Quogue.

- Lisa Doll Bruno (9/20/2002)