Baldwin sits on Long Island and stretches five miles long by two miles wide, ending at Baldwin Harbor. Baldwin is an unincorporated hamlet in the Nassau County town of Hempstead. Its population of around 32,000 people keeps it quaint and suburban, but there is a lot to see in the area. The housing in Baldwin is extremely varied and unique, ranging from colonial homes and Tudors to ranch homes and split levels. Many were built prior to 1939, so there is a lot of historic charm, along with fun activities for all ages.
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Helicopter rides! Book a helicopter tour for the entire family, which has been described as the best way to see the island Baldwin sits upon, and the surrounding areas. Core Heli Services also offers introductory flights, aerial photography, and flight instructions. They're just 14 miles from New York City. Or consider going bowling at the Baldwin Bowling Center if heights don't thrill you.
Food, Food, Food! Baldwin has some delectable dining choices, such as Novi - New Old Venice Inn - for some authentic Italian food, specializing in signature pasta dishes - many that include seafood, and true Italian pizza! Or wander over to the unique, Ayhan's Shish-kebab Restaurant, boasting authentic Mediterranean food with plenty of fresh fish and vegetables, and 35 years of expertise in the area!
Art Lovers Delight! ARTrageous is a way to discover your artistic talents! They have a drop-in studio that allows you to create pottery, fuse glass, work with clay, paint on canvases and get really creative! You can fire your pottery creations and paint them in your own style, making ARTrageous a perfect family fun day. Or visit the Synergy Fitness Club for a Yoga class, or a great workout!
Historic Homes! Since Baldwin is known for its quaint and charming homes, consider taking a tour of the available properties with a real estate agent, such as Mahler Realty. Prices in Nassau County range from high $200,000 and up; something might just catch your eye and spur you to make an offer. You could also set up a deal on a rent to own for a property you just can't live without. A Realtor can help negotiate a lease to own, or rent to own, or help locate a property that is discounted in price! And if you visit the Baldwin Historical Society you will be able to explore artifacts and historic stories about this amazing area.
Go Kayaking! JK Kayak is a mobile kayak touring company that allows you to explore some amazing waterways surrounding the area -- and there are many! They teach you everything you need to know, then set you free to wander and explore the areas of interest to you! Another great service in the area that includes kayaking and rafting is Empire Kayaks.
Rentals! Since you've already fallen in love with the area, take time out to look at houses for rent. A home built in 1931 with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths is approximately $2550.00 per month. Get a rental agent or property management company, like D. Charles Property Management, to help you search out rental properties - some that may not even be on the market yet! Or consider Baldwin Apartments - a place for those who just don't like yard work!
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