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  1. Franklin Square

    Franklin Square is a place of single-family, frequently brick-faced, Capes and ranches, a transition from nearby Queens to the suburbs and a community where stability, deep family attachments, sports and civic groups and good schools are what bind. Content Source

  2. Garden City

    Garden City is a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family. This quaint Village not only offers beautiful and bustling downtown shopping districts but acres of playing fields, parks and recreational areas. Content Source

  3. Mineola

    The Village of Mineola has a history of which to be proud.  It has become an outstanding residential suburban community that is home to more than 20,000 residents and enjoys a strong local economy. Content Source

  4. West Hempstead

    West Hempstead lies south of Garden City, east of Franklin Square and west of Hempstead Village; its southern border is often considered the Southern State Parkway. Content Source

  5. New Hyde Park

    Formerly known as Hyde Park during the 1600s, it was later renamed New Hyde Park when a new post office opened up and to avoid confusion from the already established Hyde Park located upstate.

  6. Floral Park

    The area that is now Floral Park once marked the western edge of the great Hempstead Plains, and by some reports was initially known as Plainfield. In 1903 the village boasted more than 200 acres (0.81 km2) of Childs’ flower beds. Content Source

  7. Rockville Centre

    Local real estate agents say families stay for decades in their storybook Tudors, graceful Victorians and tidy colonials. Content Source

  8. Valley Stream

    The incorporated village of Valley Stream is surrounded by the villages of Malverne and Lynbrook to the east, the hamlets of Hewlett and Woodmere to the south, the hamlet of South Valley Stream to the southwest and Queens to the west. Valley Stream State Park is to the north. Content Source

  9. Manhasset

    Manhasset is a Native American term that translates to “the island neighborhood”. In 2005, a Wall Street Journal article ranked Manhasset as the best town for raising a family in the New York metropolitan area. Content Source

  10. Roslyn

    Roslyn was once called Hempstead Harbor, but its name changed to Roslyn on September 7, 1844 due to postal confusion regarding all the other “Hempsteads” scattered about Long Island. Content Source

  11. East Williston

    East Williston is a community that is rich in history, steeped in tradition and whose residents are truly proud of the place where they live. Content Source

  12. Port Washington

    Port Washington is a hamlet within and directly governed by the town of North Hempstead. With rolling hills and a serpentine coastline in the northwest corner of Nassau County, Port Washington is studded with marinas, parks, yacht clubs and golf courses. Content Source

  13. Old Westbury

    In 2007, Business Week dubbed Old Westbury as New York’s most expensive suburb. Old Westbury Gardens has been recognized as one of the three best public gardens in the world by Four Seasons Hotels magazine. Content Source

  14. Brookville

    The Village of Brookville is a village located within the town of Oyster Bay in Nassau CountyNew York. As of the 2010 United States Census, the village population was 3,465. Half of New York Institute of Technology’s 1,050 acres Old Westbury campus is located in the Village of Brookville. Content Source

  15. Elmont

    Elmont is famous for Belmont Park which hosts the Belmont Stakes, the third leg of the prestigious Triple Crown of thoroughbred racing. Content Source

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