Huguenot

117 Chester Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10312


Huguenot: A Beautiful Historic Community


Huguenot is a quiet community on the South Shore of Staten Island. It’s tucked between Annadale and Woodrow to the east and west, and Arden Heights andPrince’s Bay to the north and south. This predominantly residential community features quiet streets lined in sidewalks and trees, spacious single-family homes both historic and newer, and a scattering of businesses and restaurants. It’s home to the Huguenot Station of the Staten Island Railway, as well as a handful of beautiful parks and natural areas. Looking for a quiet, residential slice of New York City? Come explore Huguenot.

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Huguenot at a Glance


demographic information

Population

15,900 Residents

size of neighborhood

Size

3.384 square mile
8.765 square kilometers

New York subway

Transit

Staten Island Railway: Huguenot Station

neighborhoods nearby

Nearby Areas

Arden Heights, Woodrow, Prince’s Bay, Annadale


Living in Huguenot


beautiful pond and trees

The Community

Huguenot is a beautiful historic community dating back to the early 1620s, when French Protestants fleeing from religious persecution first settled on Staten Island. They were known as “Huguenots” and would later come to establish the Church of the Huguenots. Acclaimed architect Ernest Flagg built the Reformed Church of Huguenot Park in 1924, which still stands today as a New York Historic Landmark. Along with this and other historic sites, Huguenot is home to parks and natural spaces like Bunker Ponds Park and Arbutus Woods Park.

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The Homes

Huguenot is home to a variety of real estate options, including both historic and more modern homes, affordably-priced homes and luxurious multi-million dollar properties and estates. The neighborhood is comprised predominantly of single-family homes with small landscaped yards. Some homes enjoy larger yards or back to parkland. Luxurious waterfront homes can be found along Nicolosi Drive.

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