Little Neck

Queens, New York Homes for Sale

About Little Neck

Little Neck offers residents the perfect mixture of urban and suburban living. With the beautiful waterfront views of Little Neck Bay to the north and Alley Park at its western border, Little Neck is a great neighborhood to take in natural beauty while still having a number of restaurants and shops nearby.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $134,999 to $2,980,000

Closed Prices: $126,000 to $2,850,000

Median Sale Price: $475,000

Average $ per sq ft: $467

Association Fee Ranges:

Around Little Neck

Little Neck is mainly made up of single-family homes of varying architectural styles as well as condominiums. If waterfront views and boating are what you’re after, be sure to check out the exclusive waterfront community of Douglas Manor. This subsection offers large, older homes with great water views and dock access.

The vast majority of the neighborhood’s shops and eateries are located along Northern Boulevard, one of the neighborhood's main thoroughfares. There is also a cluster of restaurants located within the outdoor shopping center in Little Neck Plaza. Local restaurants offer a variety of different cuisines from Italian to Peruvian to Chinese and beyond.

When taking a walk through Little Neck, take a moment to appreciate its natural beauty. With waterfront views to the north and a large park to the west, Little Neck boasts natural beauty all around. But don’t let that fool you, the area still provides access to an outdoor shopping center, local restaurants, and a wide selection of coffee shops and public transit options via buses and the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR).

While Little Neck itself has limited nightlife options, Manhattan is just a short drive away. If the handful of local bars aren’t for you, don’t hesitate to explore the rest of New York City’s extensive nightlife. Bars, clubs, lounges of all sorts await you throughout the city, with Manhattan offering the most variety.

If golf is a current or future hobby of yours, spend a relaxing Sunday hitting the links. The Douglaston Golf Course offers 18 holes as well as beautiful city skyline views. Looking to get into the swing of things at a driving range instead? Then the Alley Pond Golf Center has just what you need.

There are several MTA bus routes in the area as well as two stops on the LIRR, the Douglaston and Little Neck stations. These allow for easy access to neighboring communities, whether it be for work or play. Many of the area’s homes also have garages and driveways, making parking a breeze. And if long-distance travel is needed, the John F. Kennedy International Airport is about 30 to 40 minutes away.

Locals Love

  • Quiet, residential community
  • Family-friendly area
  • Waterfront views

Locals Don't Love

  • Higher cost of living
  • Limited public transit
  • Lack of nightlife options

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