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Sea Cliff, New York is a tiny incorporated coastal hamlet and a part of the town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County. The hamlet is nestled along the shoreline of Long Island in the Gold Coast area and was incorporated way back in 1833. It has a single neighborhood and is the 325th largest community in the state. It is a nautical community with breathtaking oceanfront scenery, waterfront activities and a long and rich maritime history. Over 64% of all adults in the community have four-year degrees or more, which is nearly three times the national average. It is somewhat ethnically and racially diverse. Common ancestries include Italian, Irish, German, English, Polish and Russian. English is the primary language in Sea Cliff, followed by Spanish, French and Portuguese. The city motto is “1 square mile 16 parks.” It is a family-friendly community with quiet streets, good schools, low crime rates and high rates of homeownership which give it an uncommon coziness and sense of stability.
Sea Cliff spans two square miles of land area. In 2000, the population as 5.066 and the population density a 4,655 people per square mile. In the same year, the media household income was $78,501, the median family income was $100,576 and the per capita income was $41,707. By 2010, the population was 4,995 and the per capita income was at $53,12. In 2014 the population had risen to 5,024, the estimated family income was $113,636 and the estimated per capita income was $58,873. In the same year, the median house or condo value in Sea Cliff was $667,233, the mean housing price on all units was $572,425 and the median gross rent was $1,726. It is a wealthy community in comparison to both state and national economic statistics. It is a white-collar community, where nearly 93% of the workforce hold white-collar positions. The average daily commute for residents of Sea Cliff, is approximately 31/32 minutes. Though it is a small community, public transportation is available. Commuter trains are the most popular option among residents facing the daily commute to other communities like New York City.
Public education in Sea Cliff is provided by the schools of the North Shore Central School District. These schools a located in a variety of the surrounding communities. Only one public school is located in Sea Cliff and that is Sea Cliff Elementary. The community is known for its numerous parks and its large collection of pre-WWII architecture. There are a number of Victorian area houses and structures that appear on the National Register of Historic Places. These structures include the Crowell House, Stephen Harding House, the Sea Cliff Firehouse, Central Hall, St. Luke’s Protestant Episcopal Church and many more. Homes for sale range from modern to historic and small to sprawling. Other real estate options include rental properties such as apartments and houses and properties such as townhomes and condominiums for lease. To begin the search for the home of your dreams in beautiful Sea Cliff, call friendly local real estate agent Ed McNulty at 516-887-3603 today, don’t wait to find a place you can truly call home.
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$631,945|
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