Dongan Hills homes, above Hylan - Staten Island

Dongan Hills is a large neighborhood on the East Shore of Staten Island. It is named after Thomas Dongan, a 17th governor of the Providence of New York. The neighborhood is actually known amongst Realtors as three distinctive neighborhoods: Dongan Hills below Hylan Blvd, Dongan Hills above Hylan Blvd, and Dongan Hills Colony. Dongan Hills underwent a period of rapid growth after WWII and then again when the Verrazano Narrows Bridge opened in 1964. The local real estate is made up of a variety of homes, including ranches, capes, colonials, and townhouses. Dongan Hills Colony is the more affluent area, situated above Richmond Road, with many large mansions and custom-built homes.

The neighborhood is popular with many ex-Brooklynites, as it's very convenient for commuting to Manhattan and Brooklyn. There are numerous local and express buses, as well as a train station, serving the neighborhood.

Dongan Hills real estate listings (above Hylan Blvd):

 

Single Family - Semi-Attached
$574,900
Two Family - Detached
$625,000
Single Family - Detached
$559,888
Two Family - Detached
$975,000
Single Family - Semi-Attached
$579,000
Single Family - Detached
$559,900
Single Family - Semi-Attached
$660,000
Single Family - Semi-Attached
$698,888
Two Family - Detached
$1,200,000
Two Family - Detached
$1,129,000
Two Family - Detached
$1,200,000
Two Family - Detached
$1,200,000
Two Family - Semi-Attached
$625,000
Two Family - Detached
$1,249,000
Two Family - Semi-Attached
$625,000
Two Family - Detached
$979,000
Single Family - Detached
$599,000
Single Family - Detached
$829,900
Single Family - Detached
$775,000
Two Family - Detached
$778,000