St. George - Staten Island, NY
About St. George
St. George homes for sale are located at the northeastern tip of Staten Island, bordered by Tompkinsville to the south and New Brighton to the west. St. George is renewing all the time. The area is currently undergoing new and exciting developments that you should keep your eye out for. The "new" St. George is always improving and is nothing like it was in past years. Being newly developed, the neighborhood is becoming a very popular market area in Staten Island. St. George is full of many activities and events where you can spend time with your family. Enjoy places such as the Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden, The Staten Island Yankees, and the St George Theater. The community also includes access to the Staten Island Railway and the Staten Island ferry, which provides free, quick and east transportation to Manhattan! Education options within this area are P.S. 16, P.S. 31, P.S. 59, and P.S. 74, as well as Curtis High School. View St. George real estate listings below or read more about the area.
St. George Homes for Sale
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Discover St. George Real Estate
St. George real estate has a wide range of homes on the market, from waterfront condos to historic homes. No matter what type of home you're looking for, you'll be impressed with everything this area has to offer.
There are plenty of trendy condos in St. George that have incredible features and high-end amenities, like open-concept living areas and upgraded kitchens. The best part about condo living is the exclusive access to all the amenities the building has to offer, such as private fitness centers and media rooms. Some of the most luxurious buildings even have tennis and basketball courts for your use.
Historic, Victorian houses are some of the most charming homes for sale in St. George. These homes will amaze you from the moment you first lay eyes on them, with their original entryway columns and manicured yards. Usually, these homes boast their original features, such as mahogany staircases and crown moldings.
Alongside the charming, historic homes are the new-builds. These homes offer fantastic, modern amenities, like stainless-steel appliances and butler's pantries.
St. George Community Living
Being only a short distance from the Staten Island Ferry, many commuters find St.George to be a desirable place to live. The area has tons of character and allure, with its waterfront location.
Residents of St. George are in the middle of the action with the Staten Island Yankees Baseball Field nearby. There are plenty of activities and recreation in the neighborhood, including the North Shore Waterfront Esplanade Park where you can enjoy a nice walk along the water's edge. This park has spectacular views of the city in the distance.
St George is home to the National Lighthouse Museum as well as the St. George Theater. There is always something to get up to in this exquisite neighborhood, making it one of the most premier on the north shore.
Restaurants and Entertainment in St.George
Grocery Stores and Supermarkets Near St. George
1. Stop & Shop Grocery 470 Jersey Street
Parks Near St. George
1. Barrett Triangle Bay Street A small little park with statues and benches. A relaxing place to stop and smell the roses! Barrett Triangle is also close to Tompkinsville. For more information about park events, visit www.nycgovparks.org/parks/barrett-traingle or call (212) 639-9675.
2. Mahoney Playground Crescent Avenue This acute playground is built in memory of Michael J. Mahoney, a Marine from New Brighton who was killed in World War I. Other areas surrounding Mahoney Playground include New Brighton, Snug Harbor, St. George, and Tottenville. For more information about park events, visit www.nycgovparks.org/parks/mahoney-playground.
3. Skyline Playground Harvard Avenue This .665 acre playground takes its name from the breathtaking view of the Manhattan skyline that can be seen from the area. For more information about park events, visit www.nycgovparks.org/parks/skyline-playground or call (212) 639-9675.