With a name that is indicative of its stellar reputation, the Village of Great Neck is an excellent place to call home on the North Shore of Long Island, New York. Situated on the peninsula by the same name, the village is served by the Long Island Rail Road and is within the Great Neck Park and the Great Neck School Districts. These are all considered to be fantastic advantages, in fact, the Long Island Rail Road’s express service offered from the Great Neck Station to the Pennsylvania Station on the Port Washington branch is said to be one of the best commutes on any line. All of these benefits are why prospective homebuyers should carefully consider the available real estate in Great Neck.
Homes for sale in Great Neck included a variety of architectural styles such as Capes, ranches, Tudors, colonials, and Mediterranean styles, as well as a handful of Victorians along Arrandale Avenue and elsewhere. Listing prices for Great Neck real estate tend to be high, whether renting or buying, but properties include older homes and new construction. The community is home to roughly 9,500 residents and 3,341 residences. Approximately seventy-five percent of Great Neck homes are single-family dwellings; however there are more affordable apartments and rentals along Middle Neck Road, the main thoroughfare in the village. That said, every street in Great Neck is a good street on which to live, and available properties won’t be available for long. If you would like to learn more about Great Neck homes for sale or rent, please contact us at your earliest convenience and allow us to assist you.
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