Nassau County is known for its amazing white sandy beaches and its iconic boardwalk that belong to Long Beach, New York. This exclusive small area is unlike most suburbs as it is a high-density community. This beautiful city sitting on the ocean is less than a mile wide from the ocean to the bay and about three and a half miles long with a population around 33,625. That makes this a very desirable exclusive area in which to live. Long Beach is divided into West and East ends with neighboring cities that include Lido Beach, Atlantic Beach and Point Lookout. Incorporated in 1922 and given the nickname of The City By the Sea, you will very quickly fall in love with this area.
Long Beach, New York has become a running hot spot. With their brand new boardwalk, which was rebuilt after Superstorm Sandy, and spectacular ocean views, so many enjoy running in this city by the sea. With Long Beach bus service available twenty-four-hours, and an additional trolley, residents and visitors have quick and convenient access to the many shopping opportunities, dining options, parks, and museums that Long Beach has to offer. Barkin House, Cobble House and Granada Towers are all historic places that are listed on the National Register and add to the amazing character of this little community. There are many Four-star restaurants in this unique town, such as Lost and Found, which serves up delicious American food, Tandoor Grill, serving mouth-watering Indian food, Corazon de Cuba, serving up unique Cuban dishes, Grotta Di Fuoco, offering exquisite Italian Food, and a great variety of other high quality dining options. Buy a home in Long Beach, New York and you’ll discover there is no need to go into the city to experience an amazing night life. Additionally, Long Beach, New York has beautiful green areas with Clark Street Park, Lindell Park, Magnolia Playground and Dog Park on the Bay. This exclusive area has so much to offer you and your family.
The East end of New York Avenue hosts larger more expansive family homes with listing prices near $3.5 million. Narrowing to a small residential strip, West End New York Avenue has many apartment Buildings and small bungalows. You can find a moderately sized, moderately priced home in Long Beach for around $426,000. With there being so many homes in this small area, there are a wide variety of styles from which to choose. Homebuyers in Long Beach will be delighted to find Split level, Colonial, Modern Mediterranean, Ranch, Apartments, Condominiums, and Townhomes. There is truly something for everyone. With half the residents of Long Beach having a 32 minute or less commute, living here is a very desirable option for those wanting quick access to the city but not wanting to live amidst its hustle and bustle. Additionally, John F Kennedy International Airport is also quickly accessible. Long Beach is made up of 70% white collar and 40% blue collar workers. Long Beach is a great area to start or relocate your family as 42% are married families and 20% of those have children. Last year approximately 242 people purchased a home in Long Beach, New York. This year perhaps you will join them. This amazing city, with its spectacular white sandy beaches, is a must-consider destination for homebuyers searching for a luxurious beach lifestyle.
If you would like to buy a home in Long Beach, New York, please do not hesitate to contact us today for assistance or more information.
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