Why you'd want to live in Cutchogue
The name Cutchogue is from an Algonquin word meaning “principal place,” and that’s an apt description. This agricultural hub consists of only 10 square miles but features everything that makes the North Fork so desirable. The charming village has intriguing shops. The Cutchogue Village Green features the Old Cutchogue Burying Ground (dating from 1717) and six other historical sites, including the 1698 Old House. The farmland scenery that unfurls toward the water is stunning, and the wineries often double as social hubs of the hamlet, hosting regular events and music year-round.