Quogue which was initially named “Quawcanantucke” by Shinnecock Native Americans, was populated in the early 1700s. Residents of Quogue proudly call their village the “the Sagaponack of the West."
- Sprawling 300-acre Wildlife Refuge Preserve featuring a variety of habitats and native animals
- Pristine quiet white sand beaches
- Small town vibe with a luxurious Hamptons feel