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Rossville Neighborhood Summary
In addition to solidly-constructed single family homes, the neighborhood has a number of condominiums and townhouses currently on the real estate market. Options abound no matter your budget, so call today for more information on Rossville in Staten Island's South Shore.
History of Rossville
Rossville has a rich and storied history. Once home to Native Americans, Rossville was settled by Europeans in the late 17th-century. After slavery was abolished in New York State in the 19th-century, an area called Sandy Ground, a stop along the Underground Railroad, became a haven for freemen who moved there in order to begin life anew. Sandy Ground is now an historical site and local landmark in Rossville.
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Rossville's Nearby Amenities
Not unlike much of the South Shore, Rossville is more like a quiet, quaint town than a neighborhood in the boroughs. However, as more development moves into the area, so do additional amenities, which dot the neighborhood's main streets of Rossville Avenue, Arthur Kill Road, Huguenot Avenue, and Woodrow Road. The Grand Oaks Country Club and South Shore Golf Course is situated in the middle of Rossville, convenient to most residential areas throughout the neighborhood. Public and private schools are located within Rossville as well as its nearby neighbors Woodrow and Tottenville.
Rossville is close to a number of public and private schools for K-12 students, as well as institutes of higher learning, such as Wagner College, St. John's University, and the College of Staten Island. For a map and more detailed information of schools you can find all across Staten Island, please visit our Local Schools page.
Transportation in Rossville
The Staten Island Railway runs to the south, and the closest station to Rossville is the Huguenot station on the other side of Veterans Parkway. The Parkway provides car commuters a quick, nearby way to the Outerbridge Crossing over the Arthur Kill, the waterway that separates New Jersey from Staten Island. The West Shore Expressway is the artery that take drivers to the northern part of the island and connects them to the Staten Island Expressway and the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. An express bus to midtown Manhattan stops on Rossville Avenue while local buses serve Huguenot Avenue, Arthur Kill Road, Bloomingdale Road, and Woodrow Road.
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