Stony Brook
Community Overview
Many structures in the 5.7 mile Stony Brook area date back to the Revolutionary War era. The famous Grist Mill still grinds grain that is fed to the ducks at Mill Pond park. The quaint historic Village Center, home to specialty shops, outlet stores and fine dining establishments, is presided over by a mechanical eagle perched atop the historic post office that flaps its wings on the hour.

A college town of shops and eateries that cater to the students at the nearby University is located opposite the quaint Long Island Railroad station. The University's Staller Center for the Arts is the premier performance stage in Suffolk County, offering dance, theater, and art exhibits throughout the year. History buffs are sure to savor the museums at Stony Brook, with collections of antique carriages and tributes to early American farm life.

Homes in the town of Stony Brook range from historic houses near the Village Center, to classic and modern luxury homes near the waterfront areas of Stony Brook Harbor, and to starter and trade-up colonials, ranches, and farm ranches in the surrounding areas.

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School District
Stony Brook schools are part of the renowned Three Village School District which also incorporates Setauket, and Old Field students. The Three Village School District is one of the finest on Long Island.
Statistical Information
School District Website