Lloyd HarborLloyd Harbor Village covers 9.2 square miles and in area is the second largest incorporated Village in New York; however, with a population of approximately 3,400 (same as in 1970), it is one of the most sparsely populated. The Village includes Lloyd Neck and the northern portion of the West Neck peninsula. It is a blend of colonial manor, Gold Coast estate, small rural residential community, and suburb. Despite the fact that some more recently developed streets have a suburban feel, rustic dead-end streets still outnumber manicured subdivisions.
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