Spotlight on Tottenville, Staten Island
The southern most point of Staten Island is the location of the Tottenville neighborhood, a richly historic community highlighted by stunning architecture, killer views and plenty of amenities for residents. Tottenville real estate is home to a wide variety, as new construction Center Hall and Side Hall colonials sit close to older Second Empire, Georgian Style, Greek Revival and Victorian Style Historic homes in this charming and tree-filled neighborhood. Looking for luxury water front homes and mansion? Tottenville has those as well. Seven homes in Tottenville have been honored with the Preservation League of Staten Island Award, including the Tottenville Branch of the New York Public Library.
Tottenville’s public and private (Our Lady Help of Christians) schools are top of the line. The train station means commuters eagerly flock to make this idyllic waterfront neighborhood to become home base.
Conference House Park represents the historic importance of Tottenville – the Conference House was built in 1678, famous for hosting a meeting to negotiate the end of the Revolutionary War. The park sits on 267 acres of land and has recently undergone improvements including upgrading the visitors center and adding restrooms. There is a waterfront pavilion for concerts or fireworks displays, hiking trails and a playground.
For information on the neighborhood of Tottenville and other exciting homes for sale in Staten Island, contact Robert DeFalco Realty at 718-987-7900 or 718-695-9300, or stop by one of our conveniently located one-stop centers at 1678 Hylan Boulevard or 655 Rossville Avenue, in Staten Island. Bi-lingual agents are available.