Sea Cliff, a one-square-mile village overlooking Hempstead Harbor on Nassau County's North Shore, is known for the winding and hilly streets, its many jewel-toned Victorian homes and its big-as-a-minute downtown with eclectic shops and restaurants. Residents like to refer to their local parks by nicknames: Elm Park, for instance, is known as Spooky Park, while Veteran's Memorial Park, which sits atop a 120-foot bluff overlooking the harbor, is called Hippie Park. Don’t be surprised to see the occasional car with a psychedelic tie-dye print bumper sticker that reads “Keep Sea Cliff Weird”! Though small, Sea Cliff is very much a community, and its residents enjoy summer concerts at Sea Cliff Beach and look forward to the annual October Sea Cliff Mini Mart, a 50-plus-year-old arts and crafts fair with more than 200 vendors.
Total Population: 5,045
Number of Students in High School graduating class: 878
Approximate Distance to Manhattan: 18 miles
5,045 people live in Sea Cliff, where the median age is 46.8 and the average individual income is $88,129.31. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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