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When approaching the hamlet of Manorville it may seem as if you have entered an entirely new state. The rustic landscape is at odds with the busier more suburban neighborhoods in most of central and eastern Long Island. Manorville has modernized in many ways by adding more businesses and trendy apartment complexes, though it retains remnants of its agricultural past along with the pretty terrain. Manorville possesses the largest land area for any hamlet in the state, accommodating its over 14,000 residents.

Just because Manorville has a calm countryside atmosphere doesn't mean it lacks in convenience. The Long Island Expressway and West Sunrise Highway pass through the neighborhood making for an easy commute to and from work. Residents take advantage of the local independent businesses and restaurants on the quiet local roads. In the northeastern part of the neighborhood is the huge Pine Barrens' "Core Preservation Area," a key source for Long Island's groundwater preserve where no further development is allowed. Manorville's parks, farms and attractions entertain residents and their entire families.


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As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Manorville, NY is $1,100 for a studio, $1,491 for one bedroom, and $1,906 for two bedrooms. Apartment rent in Manorville has increased by 2.6% in the past year.

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Restaurants in Manorville match the laid-back nature of life in the community, with comfortable little eateries spread throughout.

Papa Josephs serves up chicken parmigiana, steak sandwiches and pizza that keep the locals coming back for more, all in a friendly environment. Come hungry to enjoy the huge portions, and don't be surprised if the waiter brings you some complimentary bruschetta and salami or an extra portion of sauce.

Manorville doesn't have many Chinese restaurants, which makes Pearl so valuable for its outstanding ethnic cuisine. Chinese, Japanese and Thai food staples join the menu, giving customers plenty of diverse options. This establishment features sushi prices comparable to those throughout Long Island, and the lunch specials always make for good deals. Residents enjoy the restaurant's flexibility with dine-in, takeout and delivery options.

Head out to the local bars and pubs by night, with friendly neighborhood spots for hangouts and drinks. Nestled by the Pine Hills Golf & Country Club in Manorville, JC's Restaurant serves traditional food and features a happening bar area, with live music during weekends, a small dance floor and football game gatherings on Sundays. Maples on Ryerson Avenue in Manorville has a decent selection of fairly priced beers, a jukebox and competitive pool.


Manorville was originally part of a large land grant tract named Manor St. George, given to Colonel William Smith in 1693. The village got its current name in 1844 when the railroad arrived, named St. George's Manor Station. The first station agent detested this British king's name and painted over the words St. George's, leaving the word Manor and hence Manorville. Manorville was a heavily forested area, a prime target for harvesters of cordwood. Manorville also became a strong agricultural neighborhood, a presence that continues today.

From Manorville, residents can travel to other village museums, such as the Brookhaven Volunteer Firefighters Museum in Ridge or the Bellport-Brookhaven Historical Society Museum in Bellport. The Dance Centre of Manorville has been teaching dance for 20 years, with recitals and classes in traditional styles, even acrobatics and Zumba. Manorville's Annual Craft Fair & Chinese Auction features a variety of crafts and vendors.


Residents of Manorville get around the sizable village by car and through additional transportation. Manorville has the Long Island Expressway, a major commuter highway, passing through its northern section and West Sunrise Highway sitting to the south. Besides these main roads, the local streets in Manorville are often quiet with very safe spaces for walking or biking. Free public parking manifests along the areas of neighborhood businesses.

For a cab-like service in Manorville, the best choices are 516 Car Service, All County Taxi & Car Service and the Uber app on your phone. From Manorville, the two closest train stations are the Long Island Railroad stations in Yaphank to the west and in Speonk to the south. The closest major airport to Manorville lies in Ronkonkoma with the Long Island MacArthur Airport.


The cost of living in the tranquil village of Manorville is above average when compared to state and national averages. The greater town of Brookhaven sits about even to Manorville in cost, including housing. Those searching for a one-bedroom residence in Manorville will find prices at around $1,323 a month for rent.

Daily costs of living in Manorville such as goods, groceries, transportation and utilities are slightly above state averages. While in Manorville, head to the local bars for beers priced at about $5. Fill up on gas in the village at prices for around 11 percent above the national average.


Manorville's agriculturally focused past once caused a dearth of local stores, though businesses continue to pop up throughout the neighborhood on roads such as County Road 111, with nearby major highways making travel to further shopping destinations feasible. Drive over to surrounding villages such as Riverhead to shop for men's and women's clothing, with popular franchise locations such as DKNY, Jones New York Outlet and a Kmart.

In Manorville, Go Baby Go Hamptons is a family-owned small business that rents out discount-priced baby equipment such as cribs, car seats, strollers and more, particularly aimed at families who will be vacationing in the Hamptons area to the east. Check out The Tub King in Manorville for a business that beautifully renovates and restores antique bath tubs and sinks that others have simply thrown away.

Manorville residents typically shop for most groceries at the local King Kullen supermarket. Farmer's markets thrive in Manorville, so be sure to visit the Lenny Bruno Farms open every day of the week from May through November. The produce selection is excellent, and the baked pies are a treat for customers. W&K Farms is another popular farmers market, selling your favorite annuals, tropicals, herbs and vegetables.


Manorville is home to many exceptional outdoor parks and attractions, buoyed by the widespread nature expanse in the village. The Robert Cushman Murphy County Park was Suffolk County's first natural park and is comprised of a near 4-mile stretch of trails and natural habitats through the Peconic River Watershed. You'll see fishermen, hikers and even scientists conducting research at the park's rare coastal plains; you can also bring your canine companion along for the hike. The Manorville Hills Trail County Park also has great hiking with numerous well-marked trails weaving through the variety of terrain, foliage and wildlife.

Visit the Long Island Zoological Society Animal Farm Petting Zoo to feed and pet animals from around the world, for a small $5 fee that goes directly to support the animal care. The Long Island Game Farm runs a Wildlife Park & Children's Zoo in Manorville, in business for over 45 years and counting. Animal rides, exhibits and an array of exotic animals delight children and families alike — how often do you get the opportunity to feed a towering giraffe?

Yearly events in the village include an annual yard sale hosted by the Shrine of Our Lady of the Island church. The annual Manorville Blessing of the Bikes/Bike Run feeds bikers a hearty continental breakfast before the charitable bike ride, commencing in the morning and concluding at a lunch spot with live music and door prizes. The suggested donation for the event is $20, with the proceeds going to assist veterans.


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