The neighborhood of Dongan Hills is located on the East Shore of Staten Island NY. The “hills” part of Dongan Hills refer to part of Todt Hill, a unique geological feature of Staten Island NY.
The neighborhood of Dongan Hills Staten Island used to be dominated by small single-family homes, and by the Berry Homes public housing development. After the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge opened in 1964, many more people populated Dongan Hills and indeed, more two-family homes were built.
**According to city-data.com, Dongan Hills is 1.847 sq mi in area, and contains 13,929 of Staten Island‘s residents. The average value of a detached home in 2009 was $446,257, compared to the median for Staten Island NY of $485,523. Average family size is 3.2 people, compared to the Staten Island median of 3.3 people. Dongan Hills has fewer people born outside of NY State at 3.8%, compared to the Staten Island NY median of 6.0%.
For more information about Dongan Hills Staten Island NY, please contact Neuhaus Realty.
Sales Associate Stephanie Sentina of Neuhaus Realty recently sold a lovely one-family semi-attached home in the Dongan Hills neighborhood of Staten Island NY, the part of the neighborhood below Hylan Blvd. This mint-condition brick/stucco colonial style home features 3 bedrooms, 3 total baths, a fully finished basement and built-in garage on a scenic tree-lined street. The first level featuree a combination living room/dining room, large eat-in kitchen, and half bath. The second level features the master bedroom/bathroom suite with jacuzzi and walk-in closet, as well as two more bedrooms and an additional bathroom.