Matinecock Locust-Valley Long Island Real Estate Information

Locust Valley Schools

The Locust Valley Central School district is a K-12 public school system which serves a large geographic area covering the Incorporated Villages of Brookville, Lattingtown, Matinecock, Bayville, portions of Mill Neck, Old Brookville and unincorporated Locust Valley. There are five school campuses which include Ann MacArthur Primary, Locust Valley Intermediate, Bayville Primary, Bayville Intermediate and a shared Middle School-High School. 

In addition to its public school system, Locust Valley is home to two private secondary education institutions.

Planting Fields Arboretum

www.plantingfields.org
Situated between Oyster Bay and Locust Valley on Long Island's North Shore, Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park is one of Long Island's premier public arboretums and historic sites. 

A former Gold Coast estate of over four hundred acres, Planting Fields is rich with history. In addition, current information about innovative garden techniques and new plant selections is available.  The Arboretum contains greenhouses, gardens, woodland paths, and outstanding plant collections.  The grounds, landscaped by the Olmsted Brothers of Brookline, Massachusetts, are spectacularly beautiful year round. The estate buildings include Coe Hall, the 65 room former residence of the Coe family which has been restored as a museum bringing the past to life. Planting Fields is an ideal location for wedding photography and concerts, and hosts over 200 diverse events annually. 

Planting Fields, a perfect retreat for horticulturists, history and design enthusiasts, and visitors looking for peace or state of the art gardening solutions. Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park is one of Long Island's premier public Arboretums and historic sites.

The Friends Academy

www.fa.org
Friends Academy is a Quaker, coeducational, independent, college preparatory school serving students from age three through the twelfth grade, located in Locust Valley. The school was founded in 1876 by Gideon Frost for "The children of Friends and those similarly sentimented". When founded by Frost he was 78 years old. The school was originally named Friends College. The campus covers 65 acres. The school is organized around quad with buildings surrounding it. Recent additions to the school include the Helen A. Dolan Center (2000), the Kumar-Wang Library (2000, the renovation of the Upper School in 2004 and the renovation of the Lower School in 2009-2010.

There are 748 students from many different backgrounds and communities throughout Long Island. There are 217 students in the Lower School, 180 in the Middle School, and 351 in the Upper School.  There are 173 faculty and staff members. The student-teacher ratio is 7:1.

The Portledge School

www.portledge.org
Portledge is a small community that offers a welcoming and stimulating environment that fosters a lifelong love of learning, critical thinking skills, and the development of intellectual courage, the hallmarks of a truly educated person. A Portledge education features small class sizes, challenging academics to prepare students for admission to highly selective colleges and universities, and added value through competitive athletics, arts, music, theater, and out-of classroom experiences.

We welcome you to tour our beautiful campus and meet the faculty members who share a deeply committed personal interest in ensuring that every child participates, belongs, and succeeds.

Matinecock

With just 836 people on 2.7 square miles of land, Matinecock is a small and exclusive residential village.  In fact, it was recently named one of the five richest towns in America and the richest town in New York.

Many of the homes in Matinecock sit on large, wooded estates or small horse farms.  This privacy and tranquility, in addition to its proximity to Manhattan, is what makes Matinecock so appealing to people fortunate enough to live here. 

Although the Village of Matinecock is predominately residential, it is home to both the Planting Fields Arboretum (Click back to PFA) and the Piping Rock Country Club (pipingrockclub.org). 

The Village of Matinecock lies completely within the Locust Valley Central School District.

The Locust Valley Central School district is a K-12 public school system which serves a large geographic area covering the Incorporated Villages of Brookville, Lattingtown, Matinecock, Bayville, portions of Mill Neck, Old Brookville and unincorporated Locust Valley. There are five school campuses which include Ann MacArthur Primary, Locust Valley Intermediate, Bayville Primary, Bayville Intermediate and a shared Middle School-High School. 

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