About Bellerose Manor
Current Prices: $185,000 to $1,599,000
Closed Prices: $150,000 to $1,450,000
Median Sale Price: $655,000
Average $ per sq ft: $472
Association Fee Ranges:
Around Bellerose Manor
If you’re looking for proximity to Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) service as well as many of the area’s shops and eateries, the southern section of the neighborhood near the Jericho Turnpike is the best spot. If greenspace is more your thing, part of the neighborhood’s western border cuts through Alley Pond Park, which offers a variety of sports facilities, trails, and playgrounds.
Most of the area’s restaurants and shops are concentrated along the major roadways, Hillside Avenue and the Jericho Turnpike. The area has a little bit of everything, but if you’re looking for that classic American diner feel, stop by Triple Crown Diner. The area also boasts a number of delicious local Indian restaurants to enjoy.
When walking through the streets of this beautiful residential neighborhood, take a moment to appreciate the peace and quiet it offers. Wave to neighbors as they water their plants and walk their dogs. Children playing safely in large, green yards and friendly neighbors who take pride in their homes give this neighborhood its cozy feel.
While Bellerose Manor itself is generally a quiet neighborhood, a night out on the town is only a short ride away. Thanks to the neighborhood’s proximity to Manhattan, the thrill of the New York City nightlife scene is never far away. Whether you travel by car, train, or bus, you’ll be there in no time for a fun night out.
If you’re looking to spend your Sunday meeting adorable animals and snacking on tasty treats, then the Queens County Farm Museum is a must-see. Admission is free to get an up-close look at New York City’s largest remaining tract of undisturbed farmland, which is still a working farm. In addition to plenty of cute farm animals, the museum offers educational programs, tours, and a food stand serving up delicious snacks and beverages.
There is a multitude of MTA bus routes that run through the area. Additionally, the Nassau Inter-County Express n22, n24, and n26 lines are accessible to the neighborhood as well. There is also the nearby Bellerose station on the LIRR train line. For drivers, the Cross Island Parkway serves as a major thoroughfare for the area. The neighborhood is also very walkable, making it easy to get around without a car.
- Quiet, residential neighborhood
- Family-friendly community
- Proximity to Manhattan and Long Island
Locals Don't Love
- Limited dining options
- Lack of retail shops
- Lack of nightlife options
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