The neighborhood of Midland Beach is situated within the city of New York, New York.
The character of Midland Beach is exemplified by its slower-paced atmosphere. This area is reasonably quiet overall, as there are generally low levels of noise from traffic. Finally, there is a fair amount of greenery in this part of the city as many streets have reasonably good tree coverage. A large number of locations within the neighborhood have good access to green spaces, like Miller Field and Great Kills Park, since there are about 10 of them close by for residents to enjoy and reaching the closest park is very easy from most properties.
About one third of properties in Midland Beach were constructed in the 1960s and 1970s, while many of the remaining buildings were built pre-1960 and in the 1980s. Roughly 40% of the dwellings are townhouses, making it easy to find townhouses in this area, and the rest of the houses are mainly duplexes and single detached homes. Home owners occupy around 80% of the units in Midland Beach and 20% are rented. This neighborhood is especially good for those looking for three bedroom homes.
Home buyers in Midland Beach will be pleased to learn that a grocery store is always only a short walk away. Additionally, there are a good number of opportunities within walking distance for those who care about restaurants and cafes. With respect to education, primary as well as high schools are easy to reach on foot from most houses for sale in this neighborhood.
Midland Beach will appeal to house buyers that appreciate a variety of means of transportation. Owing to a few nearby bus lines, the fairly good public transit infrastructure allows people to get to many destinations without needing a vehicle. Active property owners will also value the walk-friendly nature of Midland Beach; many common errands can be run on foot. Despite the fact that it is a flat ride to most locations, biking is sometimes difficult in Midland Beach since the bicycling infrastructure is sometimes poor.