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Manor Heights Neighborhood Summary
Whether you're looking for an old-fashioned, solidly-built house or a contemporary with all the bells and whistles, there's a little bit of everything in Manor Heights' real estate market. Come take a look at all the neighborhood as to offer today.
History of Manor Heights
Manor Heights' popularity boomed during the 1960s just after the construction of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, and since then, the neighborhood has remained a small yet sought-after residential destination on the island. Its tree-lined streets and multitude of single-family detached homes continue to make it attractive to those looking for a small town feel in the heart of Staten Island.
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Manor Heights' Nearby Amenities
One of the other reasons Manor Heights continues to draw in potential home buyers is because the neighborhood is surrounded on nearly all sides by park land. Staten Island is well-known for its abundance of parks, which island residents appreciate as enclaves of nature that feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. Area parks near Manor Heights include Deere Park, Todt Hill Woodlands, Blood Root Valley, High Rock Park, Latourette Park, and the Greenbelt Nature Center. However, Manor Heights doesn't just have parks; it's also near famous landmarks such as the College of Staten Island, the Staten Island Mall, and Latourette Golf Course and Country Club. The neighborhood itself is packed with plenty of amenities for residents and visitors to enjoy, like restaurants, grocery stores, public and private schools, beauty salons, doctor's offices, and much more.
Manor Heights Schools
Manor Heights contains numerous public and private schools in and around the area. Courtesy of GreatSchools, we provide a map and more detailed information of schools in the area, please visit our Local Schools page.
Transportation in Manor Heights
The Staten Island Expressway serves as Manor Heights' northern border, so car commuters can expect a quick ride from their home in the neighborhood to the Verrazano Bridge and off the island. The entrance to the Bayonne Bridge to New Jersey is less than four miles from Manor Heights. For those who prefer public transportation, local buses make stops at multiple points along Manor Road, Schmidts Lane, and Bradley Avenue. Expresses buses to midtown Manhattan pick up passengers on Gannon Street.
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