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Five Towns, which is made up of the villages of Lawrence and Cedarhurst, the hamlets of Woodmere and Inwood, and "The Hewletts", which includes the villages of Hewlett Bay Park, Hewlett Harbor and Hewlett Neck and the hamlet of Hewlett, along with Woodsburgh. The "towns" most commonly included as constituents of the "Five Towns" are all within the Town of Hempstead.
The 5 Towns is a unique area for the South Shore of Long Island. With its enormous mansions and former plantations dating back to the time of the Revolutionary War, the area resembles the North Shore's Gold Coast making it one of the most affluent communities outside of The Hamptons and in all of New York State.
Merrick is a hamlet located in the Town of Hempstead in Nassau County, NY. Potential buyers looking for residential real estate in Merrick will be pleasantly surprised at the variety of property types and styles of available Merrick homes. Merrick is a family friendly, active community with numerous events and shopping unique to the town. There is quick access to New York City's Penn Station via the Merrick train station. Tree-lined neighborhoods stretch from North Merrick to Hempstead Bay. Houses vary widely in size and style, including capes, Colonials, Tudors, and Spanish stuccos, as well as various styled ranches. Many homes sit on 60-by-100-foot lots, although some properties are larger. Well known neighborhoods include Merrick Woods, Merrick Manor, Wenshaw Park, The Gables, Lindenmere and the Campgrounds.
The Merrick and North Merrick School District is made of schools within the Merrick, North Merrick and part of the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District.
Bellmore is a hamlet in Nassau County, New York, about 27 miles east of Manhattan which is easily accessible through the Babylon branch of the Long Island Railroad. Bellmore is located on the South Shore of Long Island, minutes from the island's expansive beaches. "The Bellmores" offer buyers a variety of home sizes and styles, including Capes, ranches, split-levels, split ranches, high ranches and Colonials. Homes closer to the water - some on canals or with panoramic views of the bay - usually command the higher prices. "The Bellmores" are divided into the areas of Bellmore, North Bellmore and South Bellmore.
The school districts of Bellmore are the Bellmore School District, North Bellmore School District, and the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District.
East Rockaway is a village in the town of North Hempstead and part of Nassau County, New York.. The population is around 10,000. Nearby areas include Lynbrook, Hewlett and Oceanside. There is a large Jewish community in the Waverly Park neighborhood, near the Hewlett-East Rockaway Jewish Center and along the border with Hewlett.
Originally named Near Rockaway, the village began as a shipping and trading center for the south shore of Long Island because of the deep channels inland.
Currently there are two elementary schools serving grades K-6 in the East Rockaway school district, and one Junior/Senior high school educating grades 7-12. Located in East Rockaway is also St. Raymonds Catholic school consisting of pre-k through 8th grade.
Lynbrook is a village in Nassau County, New York, USA. It is frequently called "Lynbrook, U.S.A.," in recognition of the fact that there is no other town in the United States with the same name. Lynbrook is a progressive Village in the heart of Nassau County's south shore. The Village of Lynbrook is inside the Town of Hempstead. The Village of Lynbrook's current mayor is Brian Curran. While Lynbrook may have the look of a small city, the village still has the feel of a close-knit community, many residents say. While Lynbrook is dominated by single-family homes, the village also proffers two-family homes, condos, co-ops and apartment buildings. Tudors, Colonials, capes, ranches and split-levels usually occupy compact lots.
Many buyers are attracted to the area because of the Lynbrook school district. Lynbrook has seven public schools: one kindergarten center, three elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. Lynbrook also has a parochial school, Our Lady of Peace School. Located on Merrick Road, the school serves students from preschool to 8th grade.