Port Richmond Real Estate Statistics
|Average Home Price||$1M|
|Lowest Home Price||$2K|
|Highest Home Price||$10.7M|
|Homes For Sale||44|
Property Types (active listings)
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- $300,000 - $400,000
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- $900,000 - $1,000,000
Port Richmond Neighborhood Summary
Located in the North Shore, Port Richmond's nearest neighbors are Tompkinsville, Elm Park, and Westerleigh and is bordered to the north by the Kill Van Kull waterway. Castleton Avenue runs through the center of town, while Richmond Terrace, Clove Road, and Forest Avenue act as Port Richmond's main thoroughfares.
The real estate market in Port Richmond offers potential homeowners many options, from stately old-fashioned Victorians to contemporary abodes with modern appliances and features. No matter your budget, there's something in Port Richmond just for you.
History of Port Richmond
With the Bayonne Bridge providing a backdrop to Port Richmond's old shipyards, it's easy to see why the neighborhood is one of the most significant in Staten Island's history. Its ports welcomed travelers from all over the east coast and ran ferry service between New Jersey and the island. It was also a popular overnight spot for those traveling from New York to Philadelphia during the 19th century. Port Richmond was the location where Thomas Jefferson's vice president Aaron Burr died at the St. James Hotel in 1836. While Port Richmond was settled by the Dutch in the 17th century, later in the 20th century, the neighborhood welcomed an influx of Polish, Italian, and Norwegian immigrants. Now, the small town remains populated with Victorian, Greek Revival, Colonial, and Federal style buildings and homes built during the mid-1800s, many located along quiet residential streets in the southern end of the neighborhood.
Port Richmond's Nearby Neighborhoods
|Elm Park||Port Richmond||Westerleigh|
Port Richmond's Nearby Amenities
Port Richmond is home to plenty of amenities, including its own Andrew Carnegie library, which is operated by the New York Public Library and located on Bennett Avenue. There is a thriving business community in Port Richmond with many restaurants, retail shops, and services situated along Castleton Avenue, Clove Road, and Forest Avenue. There are both public and private schools near Port Richmond, as well as daycare centers and preschools.
Port Richmond Schools
Port Richmond 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 Port Richmond
With the Bayonne Bridge just minutes away from the heart of Port Richmond, the neighborhood is a good choice for car commuters. Those traveling by car can also head south for just a few minutes to the Staten Island Expressway. The St. George ferry terminal is nearby, less than ten minutes away, via Richmond Terrace. Buses stop frequently along Castleton Avenue, Forest Avenue, and Richmond Terrace.
- Castleton Corners
- Clove Lake
- Elm Park
- Fort Wadsworth
- Grymes Hill
- Mariners Harbor
- New Brighton
- New Springville
- Port Richmond
- Randall Manor
- Royal Oak
- Shore Acres
- Silver Lake
- Snug Harbor
- St. George
- Sunset Hill
- Ward Hill
- West Brighton
Reach out to Tom Crimmins Realty today to schedule a home tour of Port Richmond. Simply contact us via email or give us a call at 718.370.3200.
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