"Short but sweet"
Wyona is a fairly short and small street. One side is lined with average-sized suburban houses while most (if not technically all) of the other side is taken up by the triangular piece of park land. Which means it gets a nice view in that respect, but it's also a stone's throw away from the Expressway in addition to busy Victory Blvd, so maybe that's not such a nice view. Still, it has incredibly easy access to a lot of things including a NY Public Library across the street, a gym, lots of delis and fast food, a gas station.. and on the other side there's the CUNY College of Staten Island within walking distance, and a larger park area just beyond that. While relatively noisy, I imagine this would be a great place to stay if you don't have a car (LOTS of bus stops near by) or have kids (with easy access to park land for play and the library for school).
"Active suburban road"
Also one of the main thoroughfares for the neighborhood, particularly between Watchogue and College Ave, but still has plenty of the same local suburban charm. For example, there's one house in particular near the College Ave end that has a tremendously large pine tree on the property - I've seen them rent a cherry picker in order to decorate it with enough lights to make it rival the Rockefeller tree around Christmastime! It's also a good venue during the summer months for finding good yard sales.
"Typical avenue of the area"
I find this avenue to be pretty standard in terms of the suburban neighborhood and comparable to the other avenues and street it parallels, but for some reason there is more traffic on this avenue, particularly coming off of Jewett Avenue. Something to consider if you're thinking about moving to a very quiet place. Then again, the suburban traffic is hardly Mack trucks going by, so impact is still pretty minimal. But otherwise a pretty avenue.
"One of the main avenues in Westerleigh"
It’s one of the main thoroughfares for the area, particularly if approaching from one of the main streets, Jewett Avenue. On the corner of Jewett and Waters is the Richmond County Savings Bank, a mailbox, a s66 bus stop and two hair dressers for some reason (one more for men, the other more for women, right next door to each other). The rest of Waters is completely suburban with very large & impressive corner houses, and even the more average-sized houses are very well kept. It is one way and most of it is downhill, so be sure to take care noting traffic on cross-streets – sometimes people barely stop at their stop signs. But a lovely and quiet street overall.