Water Mill

A historic hamlet nested on the south shore of the Hamptons

Welcome to Water Mill

As a part of New York’s world-class Hamptons, Water Mill offers a plethora of premier attractions and elite dining opportunities alongside picture-perfect views of both the Long Island countryside and coastline. Water Mill’s climate offers warm, humid summers and cold, wet winters perfect for residents and visitors who wish to experience all four seasons. Modern mansions, charming cottages, and contemporary two-story residences can be found nestled inside private, spacious lots or soaking up ocean views in Water Mill. 

What to Love

Local Lifestyle

Residents of Water Mill benefit from the tranquil, quiet atmosphere of a rural town and a location conveniently close to other world-renowned Hampton villages. This hamlet’s paradisiacal aura combined with picturesque views and lavish homes provides a sought-after lifestyle steeped in luxury.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Water Mill offers big-time attractions in a small-town community. Experience Japanese cuisine at Kissaki Sushi, located just off Montauk Highway. Here you’ll find traditional, high-quality fare like caviar, sushi rice bowls, and spicy tuna maki. You may be seated at a communal table for socializing or choose an indoor or outdoor table for a private culinary experience. Indulge in Greek dishes at Calissa, a chic eatery with a Mediterranean menu and an outdoor patio offering breathtaking views and live music entertainment throughout the year. Kick-off your evening with an heirloom tomato Greek salad as an appetizer before diving into mouthwatering entrees like chicken souvlaki or grilled lamb chops prepared in Cretan olive oil. Bistro Ete serves French classics in a stylish atmosphere. Sip on handcrafted cocktails from the restaurant’s extensive beverage menu while browsing a menu full of delectable bites like French onion soup, smoked duck breast, scallops, and vegetable paella. If you haven’t had your fill of Water Mill’s culinary gems quite yet, enjoy a menu featuring premier sushi and sake at Japanese restaurant Suki Zuki.

Things to Do

Meander through exhibits containing paintings, drawings, and other forms of art from professional artists at Parrish Art Museum. If you want to perfect an artistic skill, the museum has a variety of workshops available to the public. Here you can learn new drawing techniques or try your hand at a painting. Get in touch with your inner spirit in a fun, unique way by attending a goat yoga class at Corwith’s Farmstand. During the class, you’ll focus on relaxation and stretching while surrounded by interactive baby goats. Afterward, pick up a few kitchen staples at the farmstand. Local produce, baked goods, high-quality meats, and homemade ice cream are just some of the products offered here. Celebrate the return of fall at Hank’s Pumpkintown, a Water Mill community favorite boasting a variety of family-friendly activities. Spend the day filling a basket full of delicious apples from the orchard, picking out a pumpkin from the patch, or getting lost in the corn maze. The farm’s market sells delicious bites sure to impress food enthusiasts, including homemade fudge, pumpkin donuts, and hand-dipped caramel apples. Lose yourself in the community's rich history at Water Mill Museum. While there, visit the museum’s on-site grist mill and art gallery or explore the museum itself for an in-depth look at the various tools and gears used to build mills. For a first-class spa treatment, book a massage at Shou Sugi Ban House.

Schools

Water Mill is served by the Southampton Union Free School District.

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