Floral Park Real Estate

Team Cosentino - Real Estate Agent in Floral Park

Our team has been helping with the sale of houses in Floral Park for decades! If you are looking for a real estate agent in Floral Park you have come to the right place.

Real Estate Broker in Floral Park

Diane Cosentino is a Real Estate Broker serving Floral Park and its vicinity for her entire career. If you own a home in Floral Park and are looking to put your house up for sale, contact Team Cosentino! You want a Real Estate Broker familiar with the Floral Park area. Please call us to set up your free, no commitment appraisal!

Houses for Sale in Floral Park

If you wish to view some houses for sale in Floral Park, please scroll down and do a search right here on our website. If you are looking to purchase a home in Floral Park, contact us, tell us exactly what you are looking for and we will help you find it!

About Floral Park

The history of Floral Park is an interesting one and dates back to 1874 when the neighborhood was known as East Hinsdale and part of Queens! That changed in 1899 when Nassau County was formed and Floral Park became a Long Island community! A local resident started his own seed and bulb business. His business grew to span hundreds of acres of gardens and he named the areas Floral Gardens. As our Village matured over the years, from several hundred residents at the time of incorporation to the present 16,800; it was and continues to be “a great place to live.” As most villages experience changes, so did Floral Park, especially the idyllic Avenue. Grants have allowed for improvements to infrastructure such as new street lights and trees planted throughout the business districts. Floral Park is an amazing community with such great history, come check it out!

CENTERPORT

Centerport is located on the North Shore of Long Island. Formally known as Little Cow Harbor in the 1700s, the current name refers to its geographic position midway between the east and west boundaries of the town of Huntington. Centerport is a highly residential town, characterized by winding driveways and beachfront hills.

Over the years, Centerport has developed a large boating and sailing culture. An important part of this culture is the Centerport Yacht Club, which was founded in 1947 and has served as the social and athletic focal point for the boating community in both Centerport and its surrounding areas. The goals of the Club are to encourage the sport of yachting, to promote skill in navigation and boat handling, to provide facilities for boating and entertainment for its members, to promote social interaction between members, and to cooperate in the improvement of our waterways. From its docks and mooring field to the Club’s many racing and cruising activities, CYC members enjoy life on Long Island Sound and beyond. Centerport Beach is located on Northport Bay and is part of Centerport Beach Park. It is a nice pick that is not too crowded during the summer. The stunning shoreline is a pretty panorama, and you can take advantage of the campgrounds as well. Here, you’ll find a picnic and pavilion area, playground, and outdoor showers. Fishing is permitted as is cartop boat launching (canoes, kayaks, small rowboats, and sailboats). Enjoy swimming, golfing, fishing, boating, white water paddling, and running amongst other activities. It is open to the Town of Huntington residents with permits only, but visitors may pay a daily usage fee. Less than a mile from Centerport Beach is the famous Vanderbilt Museum. It is located on Little Neck Road. The Museum was once home to William K. Vanderbilt II, grandson of Shipping and railroad tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt. The beautiful and lush grounds are not just for Hoticulturalists, but for families and couples looking to enjoy a beautiful day outdoors! Inside the mansion one can find a 3,000 year old mummy as well as a variety of storied antiques.Taxidermy and an impressive collection of marine specimens are just some of the treasures you can see. There is much to explore and discover in the town of Centerport. What are you waiting for? Head on over and see just how much this town has to offer!

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