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Oyster Bay Cove

Oyster Bay Cove
Beginnings: Tucked in between Oyster Bay and the Cove Neck peninsula, this village of 2,380 people spread over 2,654 acres of winding country roads and well-preserved colonial homes was settled in the early 1600s by English families who farmed the land for generations. The Fleet and Youngs families were the principal landholders in the area for many years. The Fleets farmed in the area of Cove Road and Yellow Cote Road, while the Youngs were located on the edge of Cove Neck.
Photo: The Cove Shore, Oyster Bay from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909
Beginnings: Tucked in between Oyster Bay and the Cove Neck peninsula, this village of 2,380 people spread over 2,654 acres of winding country roads and well-preserved colonial homes was settled in the early 1600s by English families who farmed the land for generations. The Fleet and Youngs families were the principal landholders in the area for many years. The Fleets farmed in the area of Cove Road and Yellow Cote Road, while the Youngs were located on the edge of Cove Neck.
Photo: The Cove Shore, Oyster Bay from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909
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