The South Shore is one of the most gorgeous and desirable places to live in Staten Island. The neighborhoods are comfortably located on the east of the island's ridge of hills along the water and adjacent to areas from The Narrows to the mouth of the Arthur Kill. Between its modern homes, food scene, and tranquil proximity to outdoor waterside destinations, there are many reasons to love the South Shore. All around town, you’ll find eclectic dining, boutique shopping, and charming downtown areas. This warm community is a daily treat that allows residents to live in perennial bliss.
What people love the most about the South Shore is its classy-cool lifestyle. Residents enjoy an effortless, breezy way of life. This residential shoreline community is warm and welcoming. South Shore neighbors like to get outside by visiting parks, beaches, and museums.
For a truly divine dining experience, make a reservation at Fiore de Mare. This warmly decorated, white-tablecloth Italian restaurant situated right on the marina features upmarket entrées, outdoor seating, and incredible views. Nearby is the locally-beloved Marina Cafe, an iconic spot on Mansion Avenue that boasts scenic views of the harbor and impressively delicious Italian and American dishes. For even more ritzy views as well as excellent eats and libations, spend an evening at the popular Angelina’s Ristorante. This eatery is a tri-level mansion located by the water with floor-to-ceiling windows. At Grand Oaks Country Club, experience a memorable brunch made by award-winning chefs. As far as shopping goes, stop by Charleston Shopping Center for all of your most upscale and down-to-earth needs.
On the South Shore, there’s always someplace to get outdoors and get grounded. Clay Pit Ponds is a 265-acre nature preserve that consists of unique habitats, such as wetlands, ponds, spring-fed streams, and woodlands. People of all ages come to enjoy nature walks, pond ecology, birdwatching, and even horseback riding. Conference House Park is another great park to visit—especially for history lovers. Once a Wisconsin glacier, the park is home to a playground, a biking trail, a hiking trail, and four historic buildings that trace the history of the borough over three centuries—all while overlooking the beautiful Raritan Bay. Great Kills Park and Marina is a deep-water basin that’s perfect for boaters. This park is the 4th most visited National Park Service unit and offers acres of green spaces, beaches, wildlife, and outdoor recreation. Named after the beautiful bird that often roams its premises, Blue Heron Park is perfect for birdwatching and strolling.
South Shore has several highly-rated schools and educational facilities of note, including:
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