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"nice place for kids"

255th street is a pretty street in Rosedale. Public School 138 is a few blocks away. The houses are neatly manicured. Francis Lewis blvd. is on the corner - which gives you easy access to all the main roads attached to Rosedale - Sunrise Highway, Conduit Expressway and belt Parkway. There are no immediate stores on the surrounding blocks - which give it a nice suburban feel. Parking is great and neighbors are very friendly. Only one glitch - JFK Airport is not far away - and you always hear the planes overhead. But after a while - you just tune them out. I highly recommend this street.
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"small busy street"

Huxley Street is a small street in Rosedale, Queens. What is great about living there - is that one of the main streets for shopping in Rosedale is right down the street - 243rd Street. On the opposite end of Huxley - is Brookville Blvd. - another main street. Brookville Park is right there as well - which is walking distance from Huxley Street. Since the houses and driveways are very narrow - parking isn't that great on the street. Neighbors are friendly and the street is relatively clean.
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"one of the short cuts in Rosedale, Queens"

147th Avenue is a two lane street in Rosedale, Queens. Its a nice road to take for a short cut to JFK Airport. It will take you to Guy R. Brewer Blvd. - which is a main road to the airport, to Francis Lewis Blvd., which is a main road to take to Sunrise Highway, Conduit Expressway or the Belt Parkway. It stretches from Rosedale, Queens to Springfield Gardens, Queens. With few lights - it is definitely a time saver to get to where you have to go.
3/5 rating details
  • Neighborly Spirit 4/5
  • Clean & Green 3/5
  • Pest Free 3/5
  • Peace & Quiet 3/5
  • Eating Out 4/5
  • Nightlife 4/5
  • Parks & Recreation 4/5
  • Shopping Options 4/5
  • Gym & Fitness 4/5
  • Internet Access 4/5
  • Lack of Traffic 3/5
  • Cost of Living 3/5
  • Resale or Rental Value 3/5
  • Public Transport 4/5
  • Medical Facilities 4/5
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"busy street in a busy neighborhood"

189th Street in Flushing Queens is a busy street, just off the main road - Northern Blvd. The Auburndale train Station is a few blocks away - so parking is definitely not good since people park on this block and leave their car to take the train to the city. It is very noisy - with traffic bustling by on the adjacent Northern Blvd. What is great about living on this street is that you can walk to just about anything you need. Food, Bar, store, deli... its all just a few feet away. The houses are close together, and driveways are narrow - but is was a nice neighborhood to live in - especially if you are used to the hustle and bustle.
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"noisy - truck route"

Hook Creek Blvd. cuts through Rosedale, Queens residential area. There is an Industrial Park located on Hook Creek which is mainly incorporated with JFK AIrport - which accounts for all the truck traffic on this road. The quality of the road has gotten better over the years. Twenty years ago there was extreme flooding, and major potholes. There are still many potholes - but at least its not like driving through a lake anymore. It is a nice road to use to get to the other side of Rosedale, Queens without using the other busier main road - Francis Lewis Blvd. It definitely will save you time - and it is reachable by Sunrise Highway and the Conduit expressway.
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"love this street"

I love Oceania Street in Bayside, Queens. There is an exit for this street on the Long Island Expressway. Use this street to get to all the busier streets in Bayside, such as Bell Blvd. and Northern Blvd. It is a very wide street that cuts down in the middle of the residential neighborhood. It can save you alot of time using this street to get to the main sections of Bayside,Queens. The surrounding area is quiet and friendly. I Highly recommend using this street!

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