Neighborhood Associations
The following are the neighborhood associations that have formed in Old Field Village since the 1950s. Each association is different in common land owned, rules, regulations, and annual association dues if any. Contact the respective association for more information.
Blueberry Ridge
Blueberry Ridge North
Brambletye Farm
Convent Estates
Crane Neck Association
  • 90 Homesites (includes all cabanas, land and homes on Crane Neck Rd, Johns Hollow Ln, Childs Ln, Woodcock Ln, Laurel Ln, Shore Dr, and additionally 100 Mt. Grey, 102 Mt. Grey, 104 Mt. Grey, 106 Mt. Grey, and 108 Mt. Grey)
  • Members include Childs Mansion and Stony Brook Marine Lab
  • Private beach rights to its members
  • Incorporated in 1955 with by-laws and annual dues


East Gate Lane
Evans/Old Field Woods
Flax Pond Woods Association
  • 26 Homesites (includes all homes on Flax Pond Woods Rd, 120 Mt. Grey, 112 Old Field, and 110 Old Field Rd)
  • Private beach rights
  • Incorporated in 1958 with covenants, by-laws and annual dues
  • Flax Pond Woods Association By-laws

Contact: Lydia Rhoades-Brown, Secretary email

North Ridge Property Owners Association
  • 15 Homesites (includes all homes on North Ridge Rd.)
  • Incorporated in 1987

Contact: Bryna Starobin, President

Old Field Place Homeowners Association
  • 7 Homesites (includes all homes on Old Field Pl.)
  • Incorporated November 17, 1952 with by-laws and annual dues

Contact: Elyse Blechman, President email

Old Field Woods Road Property Owners Association
Contact: Thomas Cottone, President email
West Gate Lane
Woodcrest Estates
Wood Hull Cove
If you are a representative of a neighborhood association in the Village and would like to have additional information posted on the website regarding your association, please contact webmaster, email

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