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Snug Harbor Neighborhood Summary
There are currently a variety of stunning homes on the real estate market in Snug Harbor, ranging from mid-range Victorians and Craftsman-style homes to affordable units in multi-family complexes. However, given the growing popularity of Snug Harbor, these homes are sure to be scooped up quickly. Don't wait, or you'll miss out on everything Snug Harbor has to offer. Come check out the neighborhood today.
History of Snug Harbor
With the Kill Van Kull to the north of the area, Snug Harbor was once a center of sea commerce and business. The old seaports and shipyards still remain along the waterfront, but the vast majority of the neighborhood is comprised of Sailors Snug Harbor, a former seafarer retirement home-turned-cultural center and performance space established by Captain Robert Richard Randall in 1833. Sailors Snug Harbor is also home to the Staten Island Botanical Gardens and the Staten Island Children's Museum.
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Snug Harbor's Nearby Amenities
Aside from the culture, art, and history lessons Snug Harbor Cultural Center has to offer residents and visitors alike, the Snug Harbor neighborhood is close to a number of other amenities and services. Walker Park offers a wealth of outdoor recreational opportunities including tennis, basketball, soccer and baseball fields, playgrounds, and even a cricket field. While the neighborhood is primarily residential, there are plenty of businesses located along Henderson Avenue and Richmond Terrace. In addition to public and private schools near Snug Harbor, the area is also the location of the Staten Island Conservatory of Music at Snug Harbor Cultural Center.
Snug Harbor Schools
The Snug Harbor area contains a few public and private schools. Courtesy of GreatSchools, we provide a map and more detailed information of schools in the area, please visit our Local Schools page.
Transportation in Snug Harbor
Like nearby Randall Manor, Snug Harbor is mere minutes from the St. George ferry terminal via Richmond Terrace. Furthermore, Richmond Terrace, Lafayette Avenue, and Henderson Avenue, which creates the southern border of the Snug Harbor Cultural Center grounds, offer mass transit commuters the option to catch a local bus to points around the island. The Verrazano Bridge is less than fifteen minutes from Snug Harbor using either Bard Avenue to Clove Road to the Staten Island Expressway, or Richmond Terrace to Bay Street. The Bayonne Bridge to New Jersey is also approximately ten minutes to the west of Snug Harbor.
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