Why you'd want to live in Sound Beach
The town of Sound Beach is bordered on the north by Long Island Sound, by Rocky Point to the east, and Miller Place to the west. The main thoroughfares that residents use are Sound Beach Boulevard and New York Avenue. Where these two roads intersect is known as "the square", Here at the square is the heart of what would be the downtown of this small town and home of the real dirty Dan. Local stores such as George's Kitchen, Assaggio Ristorante & Pizzeria, The Sunny Deli, William Schwamb Plumbing and Heating, and Matt's One Stop Auto Shop surround the square. Scotts Beach is also located between Sound Beach and Miller Place. Scotts Beach has a natural attractiveness about it and a lovely coastline panorama. The campgrounds at Scotts Beach are great, and you can explore Yankee III Charter Boat at Captree Boat Basin for some fishing. Sound Beach residents attend school in either the Rocky Point Union Free School District or the Miller Place Union Free School District. Residents in the Eastern two-thirds attend Rocky Point and the Western third attends Miller Place. The Sound Beach Property Owners' Association (SBPOA) offers residents of the town access to the beaches. Passes are required year round. The terrain of the beaches is sandy on and near the cliffs and gradually becomes rockier along the immediate shoreline. Many small fish and other small aquatic animals live in the waters of the area.