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Lexus Dealership Near Shelter Island, NY

Driving Directions to Lexus of Southampton from Shelter Island, NY

Distance: 15.4 miles 

Travel time: 48 minutes

 

1. Follow N Ferry Rd to South Ferry   2.3 mi

2. Take the South Ferry to Sag Harbor   0.4 mi

3. Continue straight onto Ferry Rd   1.9 mi

4. At the traffic circle, continue straight onto Short Beach Rd   0.2 mi

5. Continue onto Noyack-Long Beach Rd   1.5 mi

6. Slight left to stay on Noyack-Long Beach Rd   105 ft

7. Slight left onto Noyack Rd   0.4 mi

8. Continue straight onto Stoney Hill Rd   118 ft

9. Continue straight onto Stony Hill Rd   0.7 mi

10. Slight right to stay on Stony Hill Rd   240 ft

11. Continue onto Brick Kiln Rd   1.3 mi

12. Turn right onto Scuttle Hole Rd   1.0 mi

13. At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on Scuttle Hole Rd   2.3 mi

14. Continue straigh to stay on Scuttle Hole Rd   335 ft

15. Turn right onto NY-27 W/State Rte 27 W/Montauk Hwy/POW/MIA Memorial Highway W   2.2 mi

16. Turn right onto NY-27 W/Southampton Bypass, destination will be on the right   1.0 mi

 

 

 

Lexus of Southampton

Lexus of Southampton is proud to serve Southampton, NY and surrounding areas. We're happy to offer an extensive selection of both new and pre-owned Lexus vehicles for you to test drive. We’ll help find the Lexus that meets you and your family’s every need all while sticking to your budget . Our Lexus vehicles are refined, efficient, and advanced, and you can experience the Lexus difference today here at Lexus of Southampton.

 

If you're searching for a Lexus service center, our factory-trained technicians know your vehicle better than anybody and will use only genuine Lexus OEM parts. From routine maintenance like an oil change to more complex repairs, we'll take care of your luxury vehicle throughout its entire life.

 

Visit Lexus of Southampton in Southampton, NY today for all your Lexus-related needs!

 

 

 

About Shelter Island, NY

Shelter Island is a town and island at the eastern end of Long Island in the U.S. state of New York. It is part of Suffolk County, although it is separated from the rest of the county by water.  Shelter Island was included in the original Plymouth Company land grant made by James I of England in 1620.  The first ferryboat to serve the island was run by the Boisseau family at Stearns Point, nearby Crescent Beach. The North Ferry began service to Greenport in 1868. Throughout the 19th century, the island continued as a base for fishermen in the surrounding waters. Fish processing plants sent their products across the country.  Following World War I, development slowly crept onto the island with many suummer camps starting in the 1920s.

 

 

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