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With an abundance of marinas, outdoor parks, a yacht club and a nearby beach, Manorhaven residents are never left looking for something to do. The village is part of the town of North Hempstead, located in Nassau County on the North Shore of Long Island. With roughly a 45-minute commute to Penn Station, the area is a popular area for residents commuting daily to New York City. The area is a great place for middle class families to reside, with a great reputation for low crime rates, a stable housing market, and high graduation rates for students, and lots of local amenities including great dining, shopping and entertainment venues. Most popular restaurants include waterfront dining options LaMotta's Waterside Restaurant, Bad Bob's BBQ at Capri West Marina, and the Waterview Restaurant at the Brewster Capri Marina East, among many others. Manorhaven is part of the Port Washington School District, which is known to perform very well nationally year after year. The students achieve success academically and benefit from the cultural diversity in the district. Students attend the either the Manorhaven Elementary School or the Guggenheim Elementary School, two of the Port Washington School District's four primary school district, then graduate and attend the Weber Middle School and the Schreiber High School. The schools are know nationally for having students perform sufficiently well in national talent and academic competitions, notable the Intel Science Talent Search. High school students achieve higher than national average scores on the SAT, averaging a 563 in reading, 584 in math and 554 in writing versus the national averages of 502, 515 and 494 consecutively. As previously mentioned, Manorhaven's easy commute to New York City is one of the benefits of living in the village that residents rank higher above the other. Commuters take the N-23 bus, which runs from Manorhaven Boulevard to Orchard Beach Boulevard, directly to the Port Washing Station of the Long Island Railroad. From there, it's an easy 36-minute ride into Midtown Manhattan via New York Penn Station. Monthly tickets for commuters cost a maximum of $185, with a generous discount given to those whom purchase their tickets online. The cost of living in Manorhaven is significantly higher than the national average, as is the case in most of Nassau County. The majority of residents that call the village home are wealthy middle class, with an average age of 41 years old. Many are parents with young children who take advantage of the community amenities offered in the district.

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