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A one-family home at 90 Dresden Place in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10301, was publicly recorded as sold for $1,500,000 on 1/17/2003. This residence was built in 1996 on block 689 and lot 30. It was built on 9775 square feet of land with 2764 square feet of living space.

Source: New York City Department of Finance home sale data. Property tax assessments in New York City are determined by estimated home values based on reported comparable area home and real estate sales.

To receive more information regarding this property or if you would like to get a current home value market analysis, feel free to contact our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669.

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A one-family home at 70 Dresden Place in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10301, was publicly recorded as transferred without money considerations on 9/11/2003. This residence was built in 1986 on block 689 and lot 23. It was built on 9859 square feet of land with 4049 square feet of living space.

Source: New York City Department of Finance home sale data. Property tax assessments in New York City are determined by estimated home values based on reported comparable area home and real estate sales.

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A one-family home at 10 Denoble Lane in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10301, was publicly recorded as sold for $1,495,000 on 8/28/2003. This residence was built in 1990 on block 688 and lot 30. It was built on 13071 square feet of land with 7147 square feet of living space.

Source: New York City Department of Finance home sale data. Property tax assessments in New York City are determined by estimated home values based on reported comparable area home and real estate sales.

To receive more information regarding this property or if you would like to get a current home value market analysis, feel free to contact our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669.

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A one-family home at 60 Chipperfield Court in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10301, was publicly recorded as sold for $350,000 on 7/22/2003. This residence was built in 2004 on block 687 and lot 337. It was built on 10558 square feet of land with 6680 square feet of living space.

Source: New York City Department of Finance home sale data. Property tax assessments in New York City are determined by estimated home values based on reported comparable area home and real estate sales.

To receive more information regarding this property or if you would like to get a current home value market analysis, feel free to contact our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669.

Neighboring houses and brief specs on Chipperfield

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A one-family home at 50 Chipperfield Court in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10301, was publicly recorded as sold for $500,000 on 7/22/2003. This residence was built in 2004 on block 687 and lot 335. It was built on 12278 square feet of land with 7325 square feet of living space.

Source: New York City Department of Finance home sale data. Property tax assessments in New York City are determined by estimated home values based on reported comparable area home and real estate sales.

To receive more information regarding this property or if you would like to get a current home value market analysis, feel free to contact our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669.

Neighboring houses and brief specs on Chipperfield

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A one-family home at 40 Chipperfield Court in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10301, was publicly recorded as sold for $600,000 on 7/21/2003. This residence was built in 2004 on block 687 and lot 330. It was built on 12901 square feet of land with 7025 square feet of living space.

Source: New York City Department of Finance home sale data. Property tax assessments in New York City are determined by estimated home values based on reported comparable area home and real estate sales.

To receive more information regarding this property or if you would like to get a current home value market analysis, feel free to contact our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669.

Neighboring houses and brief specs on Chipperfield

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P.S. 35 was established in 1907 in the neighborhood of Stapleton. By the middle of the twentieth century, the school was Terrace Playground, Stapletonmoved to 60 Foote Avenue, in the Grymes Hill neighborhood. Around that time, an adjacent plot of land was acquired by New York City. This less-than-two-acres parcel was transferred to the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, as well as the New York City Board of Education.

In 1953, when the site had opened as a park, it was called P.S. 35 Playground. At that time, the park was given basketball courts, handball courts, play equipment, and shuffleboard areas. A plaque was erected in the park in 1997 to commemorate the opening of the park.

Since P.S. 35 is known as the Clove Valley School, the adjacent playground's name

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For centuries, ice harvesting had been a big part of the winter season.During the 19th century, the harvesting of Silver Lake's ice was very important.During the remaining seasons, the lake was used for swimming, boating, fishing, and ice skating.The area also held 1897's National Skating Amateur Championship races.Around 1911, refrigerators were made available to the United States, rendering the industry of ice harvesting useless.In 1917, Silver Lake was drained to be used as a reservoir. It was later replaced by underground storage tanks.

Silver Lake Park was Staten Island's first established city park.By the end of the 19th century, the growing population called for a park that could match the attraction of Central and Prospect Parks in Manhattan

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Liotti-Ikefugi Playground is a small playground located in the neighborhood of Tompkinsville. The entrance of the park is on Winter Avenue between Bismark Avenue and Westervelt Ave.

Bliotti_park_sign_400efore this lot was a playground, New York City used this land as a reservoir from 1909 to 1935. The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation took over this property in 1935 and filled the reservoir with dirt. This created a playing field for the local neighborhood. At this point in time, the park was named after William Winter.

In 1961, the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation renamed the park as Liotti-Ikefugi Playground. This park was renamed after Sergeant Carmine Liotti and Private First Class Lloyd Ikefugi. Both of these young men were Staten

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slides_400One of the parks located inside the neighborhood of St. George is Lieutenant Nicholas Lia Playground. This park is bordered by the streets of Belmont Place, Wall Street, and St. Mark's Place.

Prior to becoming a park, the City had planned for the William T. Davis Park to be built here, along with a new facility for the Institute of Arts and Sciences. The facility for the Institute of Arts and Sciences was an old Victorian home that was willed to them by Emma Stone. When the Institute of Arts and Sciences looked into the building, they decided that it would cost too much to be able to fix up the building, so instead they demolished it in 1960.

By 1969, New York City had purchased this land from the Institute of Arts and Sciences to build a park. It

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