Glen Key Realty sales associates are dedicated to personal attention, professionalism, and loyalty. We understand that shopping for a home is a special event that deserves the kind of hometown attention and local focus that a large agency often simply overlooks because that is not their strength. In today’s market, it takes specialists to make all the parts of the puzzle fit in order to successfully complete transactions at a price and within a timeframe that works for you. Between our agents, we have a combined 51 years of service to the North Shore communities. We’ve raised our families here. We are here. We hold the key to your future.
Glen Cove is located in Nassau County, New York on the North Shore of Long Island. Glen Cove was part of the early 20th century Gold Coast of the North Shore, the city has a diverse population. Glen Cove is one of the only two cities in Nassau County. Real Estate diversity is also an important factor in choosing your new home. Glen Cove has a range of housing choices including single family homes, two-family homes, co-ops, high-end condos and apartment rentals.
The community takes pride and focus on keeping the residents educated and safe. In 2010, the Glen Cove Schools participated in Red Ribbon week which is an educational focus to help children avoid the dangers of alcohol, drugs and tobacco. Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi fully supports this program, "A healthy and productive future for our children is truly a team effort and it will benefit each of them, their families, their friends and their community for a lifetime."
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Locust Valley, named for the beautifiul trees that line the streets of this quaint hamlet, is located in Nassau County, New York. Locust Valley is centered in the heart of Long Island's Gold Coast communities. The town itself is quaint and peaceful, boasting some of Long Island most scenic and elgant homes.
The Locust Valley Central School district is a K-12 public school system serves the Villages of Brookville, Lattingtown, Matinecock, Bayville, portions of Mill Neck, Old Brookville and Locust Valley. There are five school campuses which include Ann MacArthur Primary, Locust Valley Intermediate, Bayville Primary, Bayville Intermediate and a shared Middle School-High School. There are also two nationally recognized private schools in Locust Valley - the Friends Academy and the Portledge School.
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Glen Head is a hamlet located within the Town of Oyster Bay in Nassau County, New York. It is a quaint town where the faces you see are familiar. According to Newday.com,the population of Glen Head is 11,766. Glen Head is a part of the North Shore School District, which has traditionally ranked among the best on Long Island. Glen Head was listed as one of the wealthiest zip codes on Long Island, according to Newsday's home value listings. Additionally, it was also listed as the second most expensive zip code of the Northeast region, according to the Luxist website. In 2005, Glen Head opened its first public library, The Gold Coast Public Library.
Travel into New York City's Penn Station is easily accessible through the Glen Head train station, running on the Oyster Bay Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. The village of Glen Head received its name from being original terminal or "head of the rails" for the Glen Cove Long Island Rail Road Branch from January 23, 1865, to 1867. The ride form Glen Head to New York City is roughtly 54 minutes.
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The Village of Bayville, known to local residents as Pine Island, is located in Nassau County, New York within the Town of Oyster Bay. The Bayville community prides itself on the wide range of cultural and recreational activities enjoyed by both visitors and residents deeming Bayville a great place to live, work and raise a family.
Bayville has quick and easy access to the Long Island Rail Road through the Locust Valley train station with direct service to New York City's Penn Station. Children traditionally attend school in the Locust Valley District. Bayville offers a variety of landscapes ranging from striking waterfront locations, unspoiled beaches, nature preserves, and wildlife sanctuaries to quaint tree-lined residential streets. "Our schools, our sense of community and our intergenerational family friendly town is refreshing and unique." - Douglas G. Watson, Mayor on the quality of life in Bayville, New York, United States
Perched on a bluff overlooking Hempstead Harbor, Sea Cliff is Nassau County's second oldest village. Its compact size, picturesque landscape and historic homes contribute to the village's charm and cohesive community spirit, many residents say. The community's old-fashioned commercial district on Sea Cliff Avenue, dotted with street lamps, hanging baskets and American flags, features a blend of shops, pubs, eateries and services. Village Hall, Sea Cliff Museum and the adult library (the children's library is across the street) are housed here in a former Methodist church.
About 60 percent of the houses - many of them Victorians, including Queen Annes - were built before 1938 on tight lots along narrow, winding roads.
There's also a smattering of Colonials, ranches, split-levels and capes.