Public transportation in Mill Neck will ease your commute and benefit you and your neighbors by leaving your cars at home.
Mill Neck has a higher proportion of residents who are college-educated than many other places in the surrounding areas. A noticeably high percentage of the homes here are owned by married couples, many of whom have children. Publicly available information shows that the income of people living in Mill Neck is higher than average.
Mill Neck's home prices displayed strong decreases over the past year. The average listing price this year is $3,623,875, a significant 21.1 percent drop from the year prior. At the same time, number of homes for sale on the market increased noticeably by 25 percent. Inventory in last year hit 8 homes for sale, which extended to 10 in this year, allowing buyers a larger scope of the market in their home searches. If you never want to feel rushed again, you can avoid the rat race and enjoy the benefits of country living in this place. Cozy nights by the fire are a plus in the homes around here which feature real fireplaces. Some of the more sought-after homes in this location offer waterfront views which can be enjoyed day and night.