Living in the Douglaston neighborhood of Queens

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Douglaston is an neighborhood in Queens with a distinctly suburban character. Located on its own little peninsula, jutting out into the Little Neck Bay of the Long Island Sound.


This neighborhood is incredibly distinct, with gorgeous and elegant large homes on fairly large plots of land. This hilly area is one of Queens' most affluent areas, and borders Little Neck (as well as Nassau County) to the east. The neighborhood is situated between the Long Island Expressway and Northern Boulevard, with Bayside to its east, just across the bay.


The large homes in Douglaston are of Queen Anne, Victorian, Cape Cod, Tudor, Mediterranean, Colonial Revival, Arts and Crafts, and ranch style homes. This neighborhood is one of the most suburban sections Queens, let alone in New York City.


Living in Douglaston

Douglaston's waterfront is a big attraction for residents, and the village's affluence shows through its local yacht club and focus on sailing. Several greenspaces exist in the area, namely the 635 acre Alley Pond Park which has a creek that flows into Little Neck along the west side of Douglaston.


Due to Douglaston's easterly location, it is very isolated from MTA's subway system, however, there are other options for the Douglaston commuter. The Long Island Railroad's Port Washington Line travels through the southern section of this neighborhood, stopping at the Douglaston Station. With the train station's southern position within the neighborhood, it is not within walking distance from most of its citizens. The QM3 express bus can take residents of Douglaston apartments to Manhattan, and three Queens local buses can transport passengers along Northern Boulevard to the Flushing neighborhood, and the number 7 train.


The lack of bus lines and train lines through the majority of the neighborhood continues to maintain the beauty, exclusiveness, and quiet atmosphere of this affluent Queens neighborhood.

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