You'll find Hewlett, NY located on the South Shore of Long Island in Nassau County. Our residents love calling this city home. Hewlett is the sort of community where waterfront views are the norm, and some of Long Island's most impressive homes dot the shoreline. Residents here enjoy easy access to a wide range of local businesses, a central location that makes traveling throughout all of NYC simple, and more than enough attractions to keep every member of the family entertained. Our REALTORS® have all the details in this Hewlett community guide.
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Hewlett, NY is separate from other nearby communities like Hewlett Neck, Hewlett Harbor, and Hewlett Bay Park. Hewlett has an estimated population of 6,043 residents, with a slow but steady growth rate in recent years. Hewlett's median household income of $94,942 and median property value of $442,900 both significantly beat state averages. The median resident age here is 46 years, and more than 50 percent of adults in the community have earned a college degree. A good school district and low crime rates also make Hewlett a popular choice for families. Get more Hewlett demographic information.
The Hewlett real estate market features something for everyone, from gorgeous waterfront estates to charming family homes. Hewlett is a somewhat rural area by Long Island standards, which means that you'll often find homes with large yards and ample outdoor space. The luxury market here is robust, and the community also offers a wide range of homes to suit nearly every budget. Browse the newest real estate listings in Hewlett, NY.
Most students in Hewlett are served by the Hewlett-Woodmere Public School District, while a smaller group attends school at the Lynbrook Public School District. Both districts consistently rank among Long Island's best, so your kids can get an excellent education no matter where you shop in the community. Colleges nearby include Adelphi University, Molloy College, Hofstra University, and Nassau Community College. Find homes for sale in Hewlett by school district.
Easy access to Manhattan, and points throughout Long Island mean that a wide range of employment opportunities exist for Hewlett residents. The most popular industries are similar to other Long Island communities, with professional careers in healthcare, finance, insurance, professional services, and public administration leading the way. The average commute time for residents is less than 30 minutes with many people using public transportation.
There's plenty to do close to home when you live in Hewlett, and access to the Long Island Railroad makes it easy to reach all of your favorite attractions throughout NYC. Within the community, you'll find a host of lovely outdoor locations. Grant Park is a hub of outdoor action with athletic fields, walking paths, a spray pool, public roller rinks, and much more. Just a short trip south from Hewlett you'll find Hewlett Point Park, with beautiful beaches and waterfront fun for all ages. Hewlett is also home to a diverse collection of businesses, from big names like Trader Joe's to the many small, local businesses that have long made life in the community special.
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