St. James Long Island:Mills Pond Estates

Nestled in St. James Long Island on The North Shore, there is residential single family home community called Mills Pond Estates situated in the Town of Smithtown New York.

Built between 1985 and the late 1990’s, Mills Pond Estates is an enclave of single family homes situated between Route 347 and Mills Pond Road in The Smithtown School District #1 in Suffolk County.   Mills Pond Estates in St. James is surrounded by Nissequogue, Head of Harbor, and Smithtown New York. There are approximately 180 residences in Mills Pond consisting of Ranch Style, Colonials, Contemporary, and Post Modern designs. Each home in this beautiful community has a shy acre of landscaped property, with  some homes in Mills Pond having basements and all of them have garages.

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Mills Pond Estates is located near the Smith Haven Mall and close to plenty of shopping, restaurants, movies, beaches, and the landmark St. James General Store built in 1857, the oldest continuously operating general store in the United States.

LARRY AND SHEILA Realtors, can sell you a home in Mills Pond Estates in St James  Long Island when available, or any other home on The North Shore.  If you are looking to sell your present residence and want to list it with LARRY & SHEILA  we can feature it on our popular websites.   Please call us at 631-805-4400.  Ask your friends and neighbors about us and if you are relocating to Long Island, we are Certified Relocation Specialists!


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