East Hills New York Market Report Roslyn School District

East Hills is a prestigious Village in Nassau County New York on The North Shore of Long Island. It is part of the Greater Roslyn area, which is anchored by The Village of Roslyn. Incorporated in 1931, the Village of East Hills is the largest Village in Roslyn.

Included neighborhoods in East Hills are Country Estates, Nob Hill, Strathmore, Lakeville Estates, Norgate, Westwood, and Fairfield Park. There are a variety of architectural styles including, many Colonials, Ranch, Farm Ranch, Hi-Ranch, Traditional, Split, Capes and some new construction.

Opened in 2006, a welcoming feature of living in East Hills is the 50 acre Park  facility, which is the center of the community.  The park is open to residents only and is one of the primary selling features of the Village, which is paid for by the homeowners Village taxes.

 

If you are interested in learning more about the homes for sale in East Hills Long Island, or would like to start your home search, contact us today on our cell 631-805-4400!

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