Barnes Landing Association

General Information

History

It was a horse and carriage that made it possible for a man with vision to assemble Barnes Landing from fourteen different parcels in 1907. That man was William B. Codling, a pioneer real estate developer in Suffolk County at the turn of the century. Beginning in 1952, through the 1960's, his daughter, Helen Codling Halsted, developed what is now Barnes Landing. In 1958, the Barnes Landing Association was formed by the early home owners in the community and they worked with Mrs. Halsted to set aside and preserve the common properties of the Association - for the use and benefit of property owners in Barnes Landing. Barnes Landing is a community of 250 property owners and 220 acres.

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Objectives

The objectives of the Barnes Landing Association, a not for profit organization, are:

  • to protect the home owners in Barnes Landing, the common properties of the Association, and to preserve and protect the natural resources and recreational advantages of the area.
  • to foster and maintain among the residents good fellowship, cooperation, and interest in civic and social affairs.

The Association operates under a constitution and a set of bylaws.

Membership Dues

By virtue of the deed to your property,  you are a part owner of the common property of the Barnes Landing Association. Your dues payment is required in order for the Association to meet its obligations of protecting and enhancing the community in general and individual homeowners like yourself.  Dues are collected primarily for the insurance, maintenance, and preservation of the the Association common property.  All property owners in Barnes Landing are eligible for membership in the Association.
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General Meetings

Meetings are held to discuss the business of the Association and offer an opportunity for residents to voice questions and comments about the neighborhood. Three general meetings are held between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend at the Barnes Landing Association building.  Notice of meeting dates appear in the Association calendar and are posted around Barnes Landing a few days before a meeting. It is important that all property owners in Barnes Landing attend meetings to maintain and protect our common interests in the community and act as a unified voice in town affairs.


Barnes Landing Association Properties

The Association owns and maintains the following for the common use of property owners in Barnes Landing:

Private Beach

A fine bathing beach and meeting place for members. The beach fronts on Gardiners Bay and runs north (to the left of) Barnes Hole Road approximately 380 feet.

Private Beach Parking Lot

At the corner of Barnes Hole Road and Waters Edge, with an entrance on Beachway - for the exclusive use of Barnes Landing property owners and their guests.

Administrative / Social Building

A single room building used for general meetings of the Association and social gatherings - at the northeast corner of Barnes Hole Road and Waters Edge.

Gardiners Bay Overlook

A panoramic view of Gardiners Bay, Gardiners Island and Napeague, from an elevation of approximately 80 feet above sea level.  Access to the overlook is via a short footpath from the corner of Waters Edge and Captains Walk. There is a small parking area bordered by a split rail fence at the entrance to the footpath.

Accabonac Harbor Parcel

1.6 acres of wetlands on Accabonac Harbor opposite the corner of Louse Point Road and Lookout Lane. This parcel features a nesting osprey platform and is currently managed under a cooperative agreement with the Nature Conservancy.

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