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Bronx

Perhaps more so than other boroughs in New York City, the Bronx is almost a little world of its own. Bordering suburban Westchester County, you’ll find Riverdale, which might be the bargain-priced dream you’ve been searching for, with...

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Brooklyn

Within the borders of Brooklyn, New York, you will find a huge variety in architectural styles from modern to historic. From the attached brownstone townhomes in Park Slope to the beach cottage look in Brighton Beach, you’ll see high ri...

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Long Island

The neighborhoods of Long Island are all classified as suburban, but their character varies widely. In Nassau County, south shore towns that border Queens tend to have a more city-like feel, with smaller lots, fewer open areas and heavily t...

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Queens

Though it’s large enough to be a city in its own right, Queens has a bit more of a suburban feel to it, with neighborhood names being used in a property’s official address. There are areas whose names suggest a touch of whimsy, like Flo...

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