Garden City Real Estate Stats
|Average Home Price||$1.2M|
|Lowest Listing Price||$2.4K|
|Highest Listing Price||$7M|
|Total Property Listings||159|
|Avg. Days On Market||23|
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Discover Garden City Real Estate
Garden City attracts a mix of families, young professionals, and retirees who come for the relaxed atmosphere and sense of community. This affluent neighborhood is the ideal destination for those who want to be in a quiet suburban area away from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan but close enough to to have access to everything the city has to offer.
Garden City homes for sale include historic Victorian and Tudor-style homes, colonial homes, split-level and ranch-style homes, and modern condominiums. Starter homes typically have two to three bedrooms, while more upscale homes can include multiple bedrooms and bathrooms and spacious living areas.
Many single-family homes for sale in Garden City have large lawns and landscaped gardens with mature trees and hedges. Large decks are a common feature, as are covered porches. Many have roomy driveways and garages. Inside you might find features such as:
- Large foyers
- Hardwood floors
- Granite countertops
- Crown moldings
- Wood-burning fireplaces
- Fully finished basements
- Walk-in closets
- Laundry rooms
- Spa tubs
- Rain showers
- Central HVAC systems
Condominiums in Garden City can be equally as impressive as the single-family homes. Most come with all the appliances you need to cook gourmet meals and plenty of space to entertain guests and spend time with loved ones. Condo buildings also have the added benefit of amenities such as 24-hour security, swimming pools, rooftop terraces, and more.
About Garden City
The seeds for Garden City were planted in the late 1800s when department store mogul Alexander Turney Stewart had a vision of building a planned community with attractive homes and extensive roads. In 1869, he purchased 10,000 acres and began work on what would become Garden City.
Over the years, there have been many influxes of people to the area. Wealthy heads of industry built sprawling estates, while working class people settled here and commuted to nearby Hempstead and Manhattan. Today Garden City is a thriving community that offers a mix of historic homes and buildings alongside modern constructions.
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Amenities Near Garden City Homes for Sale
Residents of Garden City have everything they need within the village when it comes to shopping, dining, and entertainment. However, they can also head further afield to take advantage of the endless amenities in Manhattan.
The village has five Long Island Rail Road stations, so it’s easy to travel to nearby towns and cities. The train from the Garden City Station takes just under an hour to reach Penn Station. Many people who live in Garden City work in Manhattan and commute.
It’s easy to live an active lifestyle in Garden City thanks to the numerous parks and sports facilities. The St. Paul’s Recreation Complex has a running track, yoga classes, and fitness programs for kids. The surrounding park has baseball, lacrosse, and soccer fields.
Golfers can tee off at three different golf clubs in the Garden City. The Cherry Valley Club and Garden City Country Club have courses that are open to the public. The Garden City Golf Club is a member’s only club and one of the few remaining men’s only clubs in the U.S.
Franklin Avenue is the main street running north-south and home to Garden City’s downtown area. Residents will find many shops, restaurants, and banks along the avenue. The Garden City Historical Society is just off Franklin Avenue.
Popular restaurants in Garden City include the Grand Lux Cafe for beers and burgers, Travita Wine Bar & Trattoria for Italian, and Smok-Haus for BBQ. Muse Paintbar is a fun spot where you can create works of art over food and drinks.
Education in Garden City
Garden City has its own highly ranked school district called the Garden City Union Free School District. The district rates in the top 16% of school districts across the nation. There are three primary schools, two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school.
Residents who own Garden City real estate can also opt to send their children to private schools. The village is home to the prestigious Waldorf School and two private Catholic schools. Post-secondary institutions include Adelphi University, which is renowned for its undergraduate and doctoral programs.
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