Stone Hill is located on the former estate home of Wall Street baron and Theodore Roosevelt "Rough Rider" B.K. Stevens. Stone Hill is located in the prestigious Village of Muttontown on the North Shore of Long Island just 35 minutes east of Manhattan. Stone Hill is within minutes of Long Island’s finest shopping centers and dining opportunities with easy access to the LIRR.

Stone Hill offers all the benefits, amenities and security of a gated community while also offering the space, grandeur and privacy of individual estates. The entrance to Stone Hill is double gated and manned 24 hours a day offering the utmost security. Stone Hill's residence have full use of the private clubhouse with tennis, an indoor pool and state of the art exercise equipment. The limited remaining Stone Hill estates range from one acre to over two and a half acres and are able to accommodate private pools and tennis courts.


Stone Hill at Muttontown is located in the outstanding Syosset School District. (A.P. Willits Elementary School or South Grove Elementary School , Thompson Middle School or South Woods Middle School, and Syosset High School)

Syosset elementary schools offer an unmatched level of early childhood study of world languages with the study of Russian in kindergarten, Mandarin Chinese in first grade, and Spanish, French, and Italian in second, third and fourth grades. In fifth grade they learn Latin. In high school, in addition to Spanish, French, and Italian, students may also choose to study Russian, Japanese, Latin, and American Sign Language.

Thompson Middle School and Syosset High School have been recognized by the US Department of Education as a "Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.

Students’ scores on statewide math and reading tests have been the highest in Nassau County. The high school students choose from over 200 courses in academics, fine arts, music, business, technology, and world languages. Students have the opportunity to take 30 different Advanced Placement courses. Syosset High School is the only high school in New York State to receive the Siemens Award for Advanced Placement.

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Each June, 99 percent of Syosset High School graduates pursue higher education at colleges and universities.