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Muttontown Real Estate

The Village of Muttontown is a village located within the Town of Oyster Bay.  It is most well known for its acres of nature preserves and spectacular mansions. Muttontown was ranked one of the wealthiest towns in America by BusinessWeek.  The village and surrounding areas, which make up the "Gold Coast" of Long Island, have historically been home to some of the most affluent families in New York. In the 1600’s English and Dutch farmers used the land of Muttontown to raise of sheep for wool and meat.. The name of the village stems from its former use as pasturage for sheep. As time has passed, many of the massive estates have been broken into smaller residential neighborhoods, but some Residents in the Village including Chelsea Mansion, The Hoffman Center and Planting Fields Arboretum have been well preserved. Planting Fields Arboretum , with 409 acres of manicured grounds and nature trails, is also home to Coe Hall, the 65 room estate of William Robertson Coe, an insurance adjuster and entrepreneur. The estate now serves as a museum and a venue for Gold Coast weddings. The grounds were landscaped by the Olmsted Brothers of Brookline Massachusetts. Located on the 550 acre Muttontown Preserve, Chelsea Mansion is the former estate of Alexandra and Benjamin Moore. It has since been restored and converted into a magical location for weddings and corporate events.  

Depending on where you live in Muttontown, the residents can attend one of 4 North Shore School Districts: The Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District, The Jericho School District, The Syosset School District or the Locust Valley School District.

The Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District has 1,425 students in three schools- two elementary schools and a middle/high school.
The Jericho School District has about 3,200 students in three elementary schools, a middle school and a high school.
The Syosset School District has6,765 students in ten schools- seven elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. Of the 547 graduating seniors last year, an impressive 538 received Regents diplomas- 438 with advanced designation.
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, Muttontown 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. The 2009-2010 budget approved by voters which supports approximately 2300 students was $69,680,076. Of the 198 Locust Valley High School graduates last year, 197 received a Regents Diploma, 151 of them with advanced designation. 194 of the graduating students went on to attend college.

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