Mattituck Homes For Sale And Real Estate
One of the more populated hamlets, Mattituck, is in many ways the heartbeat of the North Fork. It’s centrally located, stretches from Peconic Bay in the south to Long Island Sound in the north and has a long history that dates back to the 1600s, when the first mention of ‘Mattatuck’ appeared on a land deed, according to the Mattituck Historical Society.
Grab some sweet corn at Harbes Family Farm, sip some vino at Macari Vineyards or catch a terrific play from local talent at North Fork Community Theatre.
Wendy’s Deli on Sound Avenue is a spot where locals mingle every day, from the blue collar early risers at dawn, to the high school kids at mid-day, there’s always a conversation to be had and a great sandwich to be eaten at Wendy’s.
Love Lane has been a main attraction for visitors to the North Fork. The line snakes out the door of Love Lane Kitchen on weekends and The Village Cheese Shop is a must-stop for foodies.
And there’s history behind the name, Love Lane.
As the story goes, on the path from the railroad tracks to Mattituck Creek, young lovers in the 1800s would take their horses and carriages for evening stroll. In the 1920s, the stretch officially became Love Lane.
Bailie Beach on the Long Island Sound, Veterans Park Beach on Peconic, strolls along Love Lane.
Businesses and Organizations
Love Lane Kitchen, Wendy’s Deli, Macari Vineyards, North Fork Community Theatre, Magic Fountain, East End Sporting Goods
Kids have it great in Mattituck. The schools are good, and there are many things for them to do after school and on the weekend. Mattituck Cinemas is always playing the hot, new movies; there are plenty of restaurants to choose from on Love Lane; and the stands are always full at high school sporting events.