Deer Park, New York, is a residential hamlet of Babylon, located in the center of Suffolk County. Deer Park, which started out as a farming town known for its dahlias, is home to more than 27,000 residents. Deer Park also hosts thousands of visitors, who come to shop at the expansive Tanger Outlets. For everyone else in Deer Park, there're parks, great restaurants and a small-town living that can't compare.
Check out 300 Deer Park, NY rent to own homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.
Invest in a home! Deer Park has experienced an appreciation rate of 3.84% in 2014, which means that your investment will only increase in value. The median house price is $329,777, which is higher than the national average of $211,400. Find yourself a home for sale around Half Hollow Road or Grand Boulevard for the best investment.
Get some fresh air! There are plenty of green space in Deer Park for residents to enjoy. Birchwood Park offers baseball, football, and soccer fields, and free Wi-Fi. Pine Acres Park has a junior baseball field and also offers free Wi-Fi. Geiger Memorial Park has a reservoir, Wyandanch Spring Lake, which offers fishing, and a picnic area along with the usual sports courts and playground. The New York State Conservation Area is the largest green space in Deer Park, offering residents hiking trails and mountain biking trails.
Tons of great restaurants! Stop by Olympic Diner serves up breakfast in retro-style and they're open late so you can grab a bite anytime of the day. Miller's Ale House is a local favorite and everyone raves about their loaded fries and fish tacos. Ludlow Bistro offers American fare in a trendy environment. Everyone can't stop talking about their braised lamb, buffalo chicken pasta, and the chipotle honey crusted salmon. For dessert, order the Apple Sushi, Peanut Butter Mousee or the Chocolate Fondue. With so many delicious options, you'll never go hungry in Deer Park!
Be part of a growing community! Deer Park has a relatively high homeownership rate (83.3 percent!) and it's a good indicator of growth. Low median prices and stable property taxes are particularly attractive to first-time homeowners and those who want to rent out investment properties. Whether you're looking for rent to own options or a house for sale, look to the areas around Brooke Avenue or Straight Path for the best deals.
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