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Royal Oak Neighborhood Summary
Royal Oak is also bordered by a number of other upper-middle class neighborhoods such as Castleton Corners, West Brighton, and Westerleigh.
Homes for sale in Royal Oak are always in high demand, making the real estate market one of the most exclusive around. It's no secret to those who live there why the area is so sought-after: Royal Oak's breathtaking setting coupled with its stately homes and cottages has made it an attractive prospect for home-buyers and visitors alike. Come explore all that Royal Oak as to offer; you won't be disappointed.
History of Royal Oak
Set within the southwestern portion of Clove Lakes Park at Royal Oak Avenue, the prominent town was established previous to the construction of the Verrazano Bridge, making an important link to the history of the island's existence before the bridge. The slower, peaceful pace of a bygone era continues to pervade the streets lined with old-growth trees, where the sounds of children playing in the park and birds chirping replace the noises of traffic prevalent in more busy, urban areas.
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Royal Oak's Nearby Amenities
Royal Oak is close to plenty of conveniences and amenities, particularly along Victory Boulevard to the south, including doctor's offices, public schools, restaurants and cafes, and churches and temples. If you're interested in giving your children a private education, there are a number of private schools also located close to Royal Oak.
Royal Oak Schools
Royal Oak 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, more detailed information, and reviews of schools you can find all across Staten Island, please visit our Local Schools page.
Transportation in Royal Oak
The Staten Island Expressway provides access for car commuters heading off the island and into Manhattan, making travel from Royal Oak virtually hassle-free. MTA bus stops are situated along Victory Boulevard and Clove Road on the opposite side of the park to the east. For those who prefer to combine public transportation with driving, MTA train stations are located at Concord near Grasmere Avenue a little over two miles away, or Clifton on Bay Street three miles east. Additionally, the Staten Island Ferry terminal is less than four miles from Royal Oak.
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