Homes for Sale in Hicksville

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Hicksville is a settlement located within the town of Oyster Bay. Hicksville has a particularly interesting history; it came about as a ploy to produce a viable station stop along the LIRR. In 1834 the land was purchased by Valentine Hicks and by 1837 the station stop had been completed, which was transformed into a produce hotspot, and later, post WWII, a densely populated area. Today, Hicksville has a massive population of over 41,000 people where men and women both make up about 50% of the population. The median resident age is 41.4, while the median household income, as of 2012, is $87,222.

There are nine schools which compose the Hicksville School District. Of these nine schools eight were deemed in ‘good standing’ during the 2013-2014 academic year. This reflects the ability of these schools to excel and meet the standards set forth by the New York State Department of Education. These schools include: Burns Avenue School, Dutch Lane School, Fork Lane School, Lee Avenue School, Old Country Road School, Woodland Avenue School, East Street School and Hicksville High School. One school received a grade of ‘local assistance plan,’ signifying that there is some room for improvement; this school was Hicksville Middle School. Fork Lane School received further distinction as a ‘reward school.’ This designation means that the school made ample progress in several categories over the past year. Hicksville boasts a respectable lacrosse and football program.

Hicksville offers many different attractions whether they are restaurants, landmarks, or its vast history. The ‘piano man’ himself, Billy Joel, was raised here in Hicksville. In terms of restaurants, popular eateries like West East Bistro, Peppercorn’s, and Rangmahal Indian Cuisine are those to be explored.  West East Bistro offers great cuisine and is often packed with eager diners.

If you’re looking for meaningful community involvement, the Hicksville Chamber of Commerce offers events year round. Networking events are available for the business savvy professional, summer street fairs for parents looking to spend quality time with kids, and luncheons to honor achievement within the community.
Beyond these events, Hicksville’s own Kennedy Park is a captivating place to explore. Community members can purchase engraved bricks with their own name or personal insignia, which are to be laid as a walkway within the park. Foley Gardens is another great place to visit. The Hicksville Public Library is an excellent resource; there are events occurring here frequently like Pre School StoryCraft to entertain young children, for example. Other such events include defensive driving classes or simple movie screenings. There are multiple opportunities to get involved and stay active in Hicksville.

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