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On the North Shore of Staten Island, you can find Maple Woods. This is a woodland park that is in a community Maple Woods, Staten Islandsometimes referred to as Park Hill. Maple Woods is bound by Richmond Road and is between the streets of Steuben Street, Rhine Avenue, and Pierce Street.

In 1938, the State of New York had given the City of New York the parcel of land that makes up Maple Woods, but on a contingent basis. The City of New York had to use this land for either a park or a playground. From the time the City of New York had received this land up until 1991, the site was left to its own devices. Weeds and vines started to take over the land, while people began to dump items in the park, and it started to become what looked like a vacant lot. In 1991, the New York City

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On Staten Island's North Shore, you can find the neighborhood of Park Hill. This neighborhood is close to the eastern scp7_400shore, right above the Staten Island Expressway.  Within the neighborhood are a few parks-one of which is Sobel Court Park.

Before this neighborhood was known as Park Hill, it was called Fox Hills after Lewis Henry Meyer's estate. Lewis H. Meyer was one of the founders of the Staten Island Savings Bank and was their President for ten years. When he bought his property on Staten Island, he built a nice estate that he named Fox Hill Manor, after his love of fox hunting.

Sobel Court Park stretches between Vanderbilt Avenue and Bowen Street and is located between Roff Street and Sobel Court. Prior to this land becoming a park, Mayor

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Naples Playground, Staten IslandIn 1931, a school was constructed in the neighborhood of Grasmere at the corner of Targee Street and Naples Street. In 1953 and 1955, the City of New York acquired two plots of land to the east of the school, with Stanwich Street being their eastern boundary. Since the school first opened, these two parcels of land had been used as a play area for local residents, who named it as Concord Playground. Once the two parcels were acquired by the city, a playground was constructed.  It opened in 1965 under the jurisdiction of both the New York City Board of Education and the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. At the time of its opening, it became known as P.S. 48 Playground, for the adjacent school.

When it first opened, P.S. 48 Playground had

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In 1895, a school building was erected in the neighborhood of Stapleton at the corner of Broad Street and what is now Wright Street.  This school, Public School 14, was later moved to 100 Tompkins Avenue-not too far from the original Stapleton Playground, Staten Islandsite.  Shortly after the school was moved, in 1947, the City of New York decided that they wanted to create a playground for Public School 14.  By 1951, P.S. 14 Playground opened under the jurisdiction of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and the New York City Board of Education.

When P.S. 14 Playground first opened, it was divided into three sections.  The first section had a comfort station, a rack for bicycles, a sand pit, seesaws, slides, swings, and a wading pool.  The second section housed

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In the middle of the nineteenth century, a large parcel of land on Staten Island's East Shore was purchased by the president of the Staten Island Savings Bank, Louis Henry Meyer.  Upon this land, Meyer built his estate, which he Lopez Parknamed Fox Hill Villa.  Many nearby places were soon named after his estate.  In fact, the surrounding community was named Fox Hills.

By the twentieth century, much of Fox Hills was made up of the Fox Hills Golf Course and the adjacent Fox Hills Base Hospital.  Once these sites disappeared, the area began to be developed for residential use.  In 1938, a small parcel of land there was acquired by the City of New York.  This site soon came to be known as Fox Hill Playground.

In 1993, the park was transferred over to the New York

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On 12/15/2004, a one-family home in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10304, was publicly recorded as transferred without money considerations.  This home is at 40 Windy Hollow Way, which is located on block 898 and lot 118.  It was built in 1950, on 10125 square feet of land and has a living space of 2160 square feet.

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.

Feel free to call our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669 if you have any questions regarding this house or property, or if you would like a current home value market analysis.

Neighboring houses and

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On 10/7/2004, a one-family home in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10304, was publicly recorded as sold for $940,000.  This home is at 935 Todt Hill Road, which is located on block 894 and lot 559.  It was built in 1950, on 9178 square feet of land and has a living space of 8892 square feet.

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.

Feel free to call our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669 if you have any questions regarding this house or property, or if you would like a current home value market analysis.

Neighboring houses and brief specs on Todt Hill

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On 1/30/2004, a one-family home in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10304, was publicly recorded as transferred without money considerations.  This home is at 11 Utopia Court, which is located on block 871 and lot 165.  It was built in 1997, on 10588 square feet of land and has a living space of 6768 square feet.

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.

Feel free to call our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669 if you have any questions regarding this house or property, or if you would like a current home value market analysis.

Neighboring houses and brief

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On 12/20/2004, a one-family home in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10304, was publicly recorded as transferred without money considerations.  This home is at 647 Todt Hill Road, which is located on block 877 and lot 91.  It was built in 1925, on 15806 square feet of land and has a living space of 3232 square feet.

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.

Feel free to call our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669 if you have any questions regarding this house or property, or if you would like a current home value market analysis.

Neighboring houses and

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On 8/24/2004, a one-family home in the neighborhood of Todt Hill, Staten Island, 10304, was publicly recorded as sold for $1,460,000.  This home is at 76 Romer Road, which is located on block 870 and lot 111.  It was built in 1960, on 33906 square feet of land and has a living space of 5530 square feet.

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.

Feel free to call our Staten Island industry leading Realtors at (718) 966-9669 if you have any questions regarding this house or property, or if you would like a current home value market analysis.

Neighboring houses and brief specs on Romer Road:

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