Nassau County, which lies along the western side of Long Island, New York, is one of America’s wealthiest counties and home to roughly 1.3 million people. Nassau became a county in 1899, having previously been part of eastern Queens County. Today the county is comprised of three towns, Hempstead, Oyster Bay, and North Hempstead, and two cities, Glen Cove and Long Beach. However, those three towns encompass nearly twelve dozen lovely little hamlets and villages. Roslyn and East Hills are two such communities.
Roslyn is perched in the hills of the Gold Coast of Long Island. It is a picturesque historic village on Hempstead Harbor known for its vibrant downtown, historic landmarks, and beautifully restored buildings and houses. Homes for sale and rent in Roslyn have listing prices that fall in a broad range because of the variety of home styles, sizes, ages, and amenities. Most Roslyn properties afford quick and convenient access to the village’s many points of interest, including the 16-acre Gerry Park which features a cute duck pond and a charming gazebo where residents are welcome to enjoy the serene views. Other mainstays in the community are the historic clock tower which was erected in 1895, Bryant Library and the local movie theater. Those lucky enough to call Roslyn home can frequent the one of a kind establishments like Diane's Bakery and Thyme Restaurant, which hosts live acoustic music on Friday nights, which brim with a much sought-after sense of familiarity.
East Hills is part of the Greater Roslyn area and is also located on the North Shore of Long Island. The village is home to approximately 7,000 Nassau County residents and is considered one of the United States’ most exclusive neighborhoods. Incorporated in 1931, East Hills is a wooded community that occupies 2.29 square miles of gently rolling hills, encompassing roughly 2,300 residences. Residents are encouraged to find their way to the Park at East Hills where parents can take a break at the outdoor restaurant while their kids play on the sports courts and fields or swim in the beautiful pool. Future homebuyers who are looking for engagement in their community can contribute to local events or participate in activities and groups like the East Hills Book Club. Better commutes, small-town charm, dynamic culture, and a united community aid in making East Hills an excellent place to settle down.
Most of East Hills real estate is in North Hempstead; however, there are East Hills homes for sale and rent in Oyster Bay as well. Luxury homes in East Hills are common, as are homes in private gated communities. Most East Hills properties sit on well-kept quarter to half-acre lots, and common architectural styles include ranches, expanded farm ranches, and colonials. You will also find a lot of new construction in East Hills as teardowns are plentiful. If you would like to learn more about available real estate in Roslyn or East Hills on Long Island’s North Shore, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.
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