About Queens Village
Current Prices: $199,999 to $1,198,900
Closed Prices: $145,000 to $995,000
Median Sale Price: $650,000
Average $ per sq ft: $537
Association Fee Ranges:
Around Queens Village
As a residential neighborhood, properties in Queens Village mainly consist of single-family homes, many of which are complete with yards, driveways, porches, and garages. Condos and co-ops are few and far between here. There is also a great deal of variety in the homes’ architectural styles, from Tudor to Contemporary.
Queens Village has a variety of cuisines represented in its restaurants. Most of the area's restaurants are concentrated along Jamaica Avenue and Hillside Avenue. Here you can find everything from sushi and Chinese food to pizza joints and bakeries.
If you take a stroll through the streets of Queens Village, you will find quiet streets and friendly, welcoming neighbors. Here you can easily run errands, commute to other parts of the city, or grab dinner at a local restaurant with friends and family, all while maintaining the feeling of a suburban neighborhood.
As a residential neighborhood, Queens Village has limited nightlife options. Most of the neighborhood’s streets are quiet on weekend evenings. However, there are a handful of local bars and lounges. Most of the area’s nightlife spots are concentrated along Jamaica Avenue and many of them serve as restaurants during daylight hours as well.
While the residential nature of the neighborhood doesn’t lend itself to large local attractions, there are still a variety of fun activities to check out in the surrounding areas. In nearby Cunningham Park, just beyond the neighborhood’s northern border, there is extensive space for outdoor recreation. The park offers multiple sports fields and courts, trails, barbecues, and playgrounds.
The neighborhood is served by a multitude of MTA bus routes, as well as by several lines on the Nassau Inter-County Express. It also has a stop on the LIRR. While the neighborhood doesn’t have any direct subway access due to its residential environment, many residents have their own vehicles. The area is also very walkable, making it easy for residents to get to achieve daily errands on foot.
- Street parking
- Family-friendly atmosphere
- Quiet, suburban vibe
Locals Don't Love
- Limited greenspace
- Lack nightlife options
- No subway access
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