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Randall Manor Neighborhood Summary
If you're looking to purchase a home in a Staten Island community that is close-knit, picturesque, convenient for commuting, and possesses a unique cultural and historical vibe, you'll feel right at home in Randall Manor. Real estate prices range from high-end to less expensive single-family and multifamily dwellings. Explore Randall Manor and discover your new home today.
History of Randall Manor
The neighborhood's namesake is Captain Robert Randall who is best known for creating Sailors' Snug Harbor, a Staten Island institution and popular tourist destination located right in the heart of Randall Manor. Built in 1833 as a home for retired seamen, the property now consists of a botanical garden, performances spaces, and a cultural center, all housed in a number of well-preserved 19th century buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. During the late 1800s, Captain Thomas Melville, brother of Moby-Dick author Herman Melville, served as the Snug Harbor community's governor.
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Randall Manor's Nearby Amenities
While Snug Harbor represents the living and breathing cultural center of Randall Manor, the neighborhood possesses a number of other amenities, as well, including churches, health centers, restaurants, book stores, galleries, and retail along Castleton Avenue, Richmond Terrace, and Lafayette Avenue. Gerardi's Farmer Market is also located just outside of Randall Manor in neighboring New Brighton. Randall Manor is served by a number of public schools, private schools, and daycare centers.
Randall Manor Schools
Randall Manor 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 Randall Manor
One of Randall Manor's most attractive aspects is its proximity to the St. George ferry terminal less than ten minutes away via Richmond Terrace located to the north of the neighborhood. There, commuters can ferry across to Brooklyn and head to points north. Buses also pick up passengers bound for the terminal along Henderson Avenue, Richmond Terrace, Castleton Avenue, and Lafayette Avenue. Stops for the express bus to midtown Manhattan are located along Forest Avenue just south of Randall Manor.
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