Mt. Sinai

Why you'd want to live in Mt. Sinai

A beautiful North Shore hamlet on the Long Island Sound known for its history, community and beautiful homes. Mount Sinai is a hamlet located within the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County, New York. The population was 12,118 at the 2010 census. The hamlet is located on the North Shore of Long Island, and is served by the Mount Sinai School District and the Mount Sinai Fire Department, founded on October 25, 1930. Mount Sinai was first settled in the 1660s and was known by the name of Old Mans until a name change in the 1840s. Initially an agricultural hamlet, it transitioned into a popular resort town in the late-19th century and developed into a suburb of NY City in the mid-20th century. While primarily a residential community, the hamlet contains Mount Sinai Harbor and its popular public beach, Cedar Beach. The area was originally called Nonowatuck, or "stream that dries up", by the Seatocot family of Native Americans who lived here. The first European settlers were Colonial settlers who obtained a deed from these local Native Americans in 1664. The origin of the town's initial European name, "Old Mans", is not known. During the American Revolution, the area was under British control. However, because of its remote location the British did not have troops stationed here. Many citizens moved their families to Connecticut during British occupation. During the course of the war, American agents visited local patriots and received information, clothing, supplies and money to support the cause. In 1780, American Major Benjamin Tallmadge and a detachment of Continental Army landed at Cedar Beach and traveled south to successfully attack the British at Manor St. George. Once the Long Island Rail Road reached adjacent Port Jefferson in 1879, and temporarily continued into Mount Sinai from 1895-1939, visitors and residents began appearing from New York City. It was not until the 1960s that housing developments began to spread eastward. Lands once farmed were developed into resident areas.

Mt. Sinai Market Report

$686,931

AVERAGE PRICE OF 102 HOMES

$458,678

AVERAGE PRICE OF 5 DISTRESSED HOMES

$1,346,252

AVERAGE PRICE OF 11 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$645,643

AVERAGE PRICE OF 6 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$733,865

AVERAGE PRICE OF 38 HOMES WITH A POOL

$666,827

AVERAGE PRICE OF 44 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $686,931
Avg Bedrooms 3.98 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.98 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

2 bedrooms $298,628
3 bedrooms $554,666
4 bedrooms $690,946
5 bedrooms $842,726
Mt. Sinai Home Price Trends
  9/2018 8/2018 7/2018 6/2018 5/2018
Total Listings 103 96 88 90 92
Average Price $662,281 $644,978 $636,869 $638,263 $639,669
Avg Price Change +2.68% +1.27% -0.22% -0.22% n/a
Median Price $636,100 $613,174 $594,495 $607,116 $617,065
Med Price Change +3.74% +3.14% -2.12% -1.64% n/a
Avg Bedrooms 3.93 beds 3.85 beds 3.79 beds 3.79 beds 3.71 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.89 baths 2.84 baths 2.82 baths 2.77 baths 2.79 baths
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 102 $686,931 97 days
Distressed Homes 5 $458,678 131 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 11 $1,346,252 107 days
Newly Built Homes 6 $645,643 136 days
Homes with a Pool 38 $733,865 80 days
Reduced Price Homes 44 $666,827 109 days