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Herricks is a hamlet and CDP in the town of North Hempstead, in Nassau County, New York . It is an unicorproated community and is governed under the Town of North Hempstead. It is an urban neighborhood with all the conveniences of a big city. It is a wealthy compared to state and federal economic statistics. It is an ethnically and racially diverse community. Common ancestries include English, Greek, Asian and others. English remains the primary language, followed by Spanish, Gujarati and Chinese. It is a pedestrian friendly community. However, those that work outside the community face a long daily commute, on average about 45 minutes. Public transportation is available. Private vehicles are the most popular option for the daily commute and commuter trains are the second most popular. The community has high rates of homeownership and when people move into Herricks they tend to stay. These circumstances combine to make it an uncommonly stable community. It is also family friendly community blessed with quiet streets, wonderful schools and low crime rates.
It is a relatively old community named after Herrick’s Path, which was in use since the mid-1600s. The first school in the community was established in 1813. The community was home to one of the last one-room schools in all of Nassau County, which as in operation up until 1898. Like much of the area, Herricks grew slowly until after WWII, when a population and building boom changed the area forever. Today it is a thriving community that continues to exude and warm and stable atmosphere.
The community spans .6 square miles of all land area. It has a mixed workforce of both white and blue collar workers. In 2000, the population was 4,076 and the population density was 7,284.4 people per square mile. In the same year, the median household income was $78,343, the median family income was $84,451 and the per capita income was $31,518. In 2010, the population was 4,295, the estimated median household income was $130,771 and the estimated per capita income was $147,562. In the same year. The estimated median house or condo value was $603,306, the mean price on all housing units was $572,425 and the median gross rent was $1,941.
Public education in the community is provided by the schools of the Herricks Union Free School District. Local schools include, Herricks High School, Herricks Middle School, Center Street School and others. Real estate in Herricks primarily consists of traditional single family structures. Three four-bedroom are the most common, but some have five or more bedrooms. Most of the homes were built between 1940 and 1969. Homes for sale come in a variety of sizes and styles. Other real estate options include rental properties like apartments and duplexes as well as condominiums and town homes for sale or lease. To begin your home search in beautiful Herricks, call friendly local real estate agent Ed McNulty at 516-887-3603 and find the home of your dreams today.
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