Homes for Sale in Carle Place

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Carle Place is a small town located within the township of North Hempstead. Carle Place derives its name from Silas Carle. Carle built a 32 room house in the 1800’s, which sparked the development and settlement of this land which was originally part of Westbury. Over time, the name ‘Carle Place’ was adopted signaling Silas’ influence upon this settlement. In 1946, William Levitt built 600 homes in the area, helping to exponentially increase the population of Carle Place and served as the small-scaled predecessor to Levittown.

Today, Carle Place is home to 5,000 people of whom 51% are females and the median age is 41.6. Carle Place is located on less than 1 square mile of land. In 2012, the median family income was just shy of $84,000.  Located less than 30 miles away is Manhattan, providing for easy and efficient commuting.

Carle Place has a strong school district. Although it is rather small, each school received ‘good standing’ marks for 2013-2014 school year by the New York State Department of Education. This is the highest grade awarded and exemplifies the school’s ability to successfully meet all the educational standards of the state. Carle Place High School has even emerged as one of the most successful high school institutions in the nation, being ranked 491 out of the best 2000 public high schools in the US in 2013, according to Newsweek.

There is an abundance of popular restaurants in Carle Place. Such restaurants include West End Cafe, Shiro of Japan, Passione Della Cucina, Rialto Restaurant, and Louie’s Restaurant. The West End Cafe is a popular lunch spot offering contemporary American cuisine.

Beyond eateries, Nassau Coliseum and Hofstra University are both less than 3 miles from the center of town making it effortless to attend sporting events and entertainment venues!

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