MIDDLE VILLAGE, NEW YORK -A PLACE TO RESIDE IN
by godfather
 Middle Village,New York 11379
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MIDDLE VILLAGE, NEW YORK 11379- A neighborhood to be proud of. By Jim Turano resident since 1965 and Real Estate Broker since 1979

When people look for a place to live, this should be the number 1 Queens area to go to. We have top rated Public schools. Plenty of Nursery schools, and Pre-k schools. Stores are plentiful. Restaurants by the dozen. A Park that is 10 blocks long with tennis, handball, basketball, and bocce courts, as well as seven baseball fields and a quarter-mile running track around a turf football/soccer field.

Convenience to all stores, 3 supermarkets, butchers, 99cent stores,     8 banks, 8 nail salon and 8 hair salons, 4 bus lines, 4 pizzerias, express buses to Manhattan, a High school-Christ the King, 4 Churches of Worship, and two Malls to go to. And last but not least the M train station on Metropolitan Avenue. You can literally walk to everything.

Strong Community minded area with organizations that care. You will not even see any foot patrolmen around. You will not see Community Driveways full of discarded washing machines, refrigerators, or piles of garbage all over. The Community residents would not stand for it. And any late spring or summer afternoon, you will not hear loud blasting music coming from homes like it is a block party which does happen in many other areas.

You may Google Middle Village, New York 11379 and find interesting reading, but if you type in 10 best neighborhoods, you may not even find it at all. Street Advisors doesn’t even have us on their list. Many other sites do not list Middle Village, NY at all. Why? I do not know.

We are 20-30 minutes from Manhattan by trains or buses. We are located near 5 major highways. If you shop and compare, you to will find that Middle Village, New York should be on the top of your list to reside in.

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