Silver Lake Homes For Sale
Silver Lake is located in Staten Island's North Shore. Silver Lake was created in 1917, and is the largest body of fresh water in Staten Island. Both the reservoir and its adjacent neighborhood are named Silver Lake. Once a resort area, Silver Lake Park now features tennis courts, an 18-hole golf course, a baseball field, a dog run, and a children's play area. There are many trails often used by runners and hikers throughout Silver Lake Park. In the summer, residents enjoy summer concerts and special events in the Park.
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Silver Lake Homes For Sale in Staten Island, NY
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Silver Lake Homes
In the Silver Lake real estate market, you will find elegant, turn-of-the-century Victorian and Colonial homes, some of which have beautiful stained glass windows. You will also find condominiums and semi-attached houses. Silver Lake Court, an amazing area of the neighborhood, has splendid green center medians, federal-style homes, large Tudor mansions, and homes overlooking Silver Lake Golf Course. Silver Lake is the only place in New York that has energy efficient two-family colonials.
Residents of Silver Lake enjoy restaurants, shopping, pharmacies, dry cleaners, and salons - all within walking distance. There is a good mixture of public and private schools, as well as two colleges and one university close by. Silver Lake is home to many amenities including: dance schools, music schools, churches, and a synagogue. Of course, the highlight for many people is Silver Lake Park - a peaceful sanctuary that also offers golfing and fishing.
A number of streets in the area have interesting stories attached to them. For example, Hart Boulevard is a street that was named after real estate developer, Cornelius Hart. He is credited with planning and building many houses in the area that was once known as Hart Park. Before Staten Island became a part of New York City, Cornelius Hart served as County Clerk and Police Commissioner. Another interesting street is Forest Avenue, which is completely pedestrian-friendly.
To inquire about real estate opportunities in Silver Lake or arrange a tour of available properties, please contact the Staten Island real estate team of RealEstateSINY.com