Once upon a time Remsenburg, located due south of Speonk, used to be part of Speonk.
In 1895 the feisty residents of this nub of land on Moriches Bay decided to name this area Remsenburg, in recognition of prominent resident Charles Remsen. To this day, Remsenburg still has lots of spunk. Home to British humorist P.G. Wodehouse, who created the immortal Jeeves, Remsenburgers take delight in living in a Non Hampton: out with glitter and glitz, in with getting into your own groove.
Remsenburg offers more than a state of mind. It is a beautiful community that has tree-lined streets with gorgeous country homes and quaint cottages, many of which face Moriches Bay and inlets. There are plenty of beaches along the bay as well as a 135-slip marina to dock your boat. After you see it, you'll always remember Remsenburg.
The Quiet, Quaint Hampton
"The main Street of Remsenburg, South Country Road, is a wide avenue made truly beautiful by lovely colonial and Victorian homes fronted by white fences and stately trees, but the secret to Remsenburg is the open bay and creeks."
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