Lighthouse Hill - Staten Island, NY

Lighthouse Hill refers to the elevated area north of Richmondtown and south of Todt Hill. The name comes from the Staten Island Range Light was built there in 1912, and still stands at 141 feet above sea level. This area offers large, luxurious homes with spectacular views of Historic Richmondtown and the New York Bay. This area is mainly residnetial, which means within the neighborhood you won't find many shops, but there is close by shops on Manor road and Richmond road. The Latourette Golf Course and Country Club are within this area. Lighthouse Hill is also the site of many prominent buildings including the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, The Crimson Beech, and the Latourette House. Education options can be found in the neighboring areas of Richmondtown and New Dorp. Public transportation routes serving this area are the local S54 and S74 buses, as well as the X15 express bus.

Restaurants and Entertainment in Lighthouse Hill

1. Nori Sushi Restaurant Inc 55 Anthony J Crecca Jr Plaza Intimate Japanese eatery offering a menu with a mic of kitchen entrees and sushi, plus lunch specials. Read reviews here.

Grocery Stores and Supermarkets Near Lighthouse Hill

1. ShopRite 2424 Hylan Boulevard 

Parks Near Lighthouse Hill

1. Greenbelt Conservancy 200 Nevada Avenue Greenbelt Conservancy is conservation effort to preserve the 2,800 acres of Staten Island’s Greenbelt! This park contains both natural areas and traditional parks. Other areas surrounding the Greenbelt Conservancy include Grant City, Heartland VillageManor Heights, Richmond Town, and Todt Hill. For more information about park events, visit or call (718) 667-2165.

2. High Rock Park  200 Nevada Avenue High Rock Park is regarded for its quiet ponds and deep woods. It is recognized as a Natural Environmental Education Landmark. It contains five ponds, six trails, and various wetlands. Other areas surrounding High Rock Park include Grant City, Heartland Village, Lighthouse Hill, Richmond Town, and Todt Hill. For more information about park events, visit or call (718) 667-2165.