Not everyone can own a home on the golf course, but residents of Staten Island who love to get in a round as often as they can have no shortage of spots to book a tee time. Staten Island golf courses are a draw for local residents and tourists alike. With all the cultural attractions, recreational opportunities and parks in the area, the number of golf courses make Staten Island an even more desirable location to own a home.

  • The Richmond County Country Club is a regulation length 18-hole golf course. Designed by Robert White, the course was built in 1888. The private golf course is of medium-length layout and offers a challenging golfing outing. There are 3 sets of tee boxes. Find the Richmond County Country Club on Staten Island at 112 Todt Hill…

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The Tottenville area of Staten Island offers residents peaceful areas to relax and have fun with their families. Daytrips to nearby Tottenville parks are convenient to their homes and make the southernmost spot of New York City a popular residential area.

  • Tottenville Shore Park is at Bentley Street, Arthur Kill Road, and Hopping Avenue. Sweet gum and black cherry are grown throughout the property, which spans over 9 acres. The park is also a great spot for bird watching.
  • Lemon Creek Park is right off of Hylan Boulevard, from Sharrott Avenue to Seguine Avenue. At the foot of Sharrott Avenue is the Lemon Creek fishing pier where locals can try their luck at hooking striped bass, bluefish, weakfish or flounder. Hand-sculpted blue fish of ceramic…

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