Welcome to Water Mill
The stretch between the hubs of Southampton and Bridgehampton has become a place of sprawling estates and cultural landmarks. From autumn mainstay Hank’s Pumpkin Town to the world-class art of the Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill has become a destination all its own. Many Water Mill residents enjoy the seclusion of their private estates, but when they do choose to venture out into the world, they’ll find plenty to do.
Things to Love About Water Mill
- Private estates for retreat-like second homes
- White sandy beaches
- Farms that bring fresh produce from spring's first strawberry to autumn's last squash
- World-class museums and cultural institutions
The Parrish Art Museum of Water Mill houses the work of artists of the East End dating back to the 1820s, including that of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner.
At one of the most popular beaches in Water Mill, Flying Point Beach residents can enjoy time playing volleyball, fishing, and kayaking.
Water Mill is incredibly diverse in its landscaping--from woody areas to sprawling beaches, to arable farmland, there's no end to what this town may offer.