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Great Neck Real Estate, Homes for Sale
Great Neck is a semi-small coastal village, as well as a region, on Long Island which covers the peninsula of the North Shore area in Nassau County. It has three neighborhoods and several sub-neighborhoods and is the 187th largest community in the state. Great Neck serves as a bedroom community for New York City. The community is known for its good schools, low crime rates and high rates of home-ownership. These factors combine to make a truly stable and welcoming community. It is nautical in nature and comes with a rich waterfront history, beautiful views, and countless waterfront activities. Over 55% of adults in the village have four-year degrees, which is more than double the national average. It is somewhat ethnically and racially diverse and over 36% of all residents are foreign-born. Common ancestries among residents are Iranian, Russian, Polish, Irish and others. English is the primary language but many residents also speak Spanish, Persian, and Chinese. Average commute times for residents of Great Neck are just over 33 minutes. Public transportation is available in the village and commuter trains are the most popular option for daily commutes.
The village spans 1.4 square miles and in 2010 the population was 9,989 and the population density was 7,062.3 people per square mile. In the same year, the per capita income in Great Neck was $39,915. By 2013, the estimated median household income was $87,612, the estimated per capita income was $41,092. Further in 2013, the median house or condo value in the village was $668, 533, the mean housing price on all units was $681, 500 and the median gross rent was $1,445. It is a predominantly white-collar community and job market. Over 91% of the workforce hold/work white-collar positions and professions. It is an upper-middle income community in comparison to state and federal economic standards.
Over the years Great Neck has been home to countless notable people, finance maven J.P. Morgan, Nobel Prize-winning biologist David Baltimore, novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald, actress Fanny Brice, automobile pioneer Walter Chrysler, Olympic gold medal-winning figure skater Sarah Hughes and countless others. Today attractions in and around the village include the Great Neck Shopping District, Kings Point Park, the historic Saddlerock Grist Mill, and the United States Merchant Marine Academy. Many of the older buildings in Great Neck are considered historical landmarks. The village is part of the Great Neck Union Free School District. Schools within the community include E.M. Baker School, Great Neck North High School, Village School and others. Homes for sale span from mansions surrounded by elaborate gardens through humble single family homes with small yards. Rental and lease properties include houses, apartments condos and more. To begin your home search in beautiful Great Neck, call Edward McNulty at (516) 887-3603 today.
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