A Profile of Plandome Heights Today
The Village of Plandome Heights encompasses an area of approximately 220 acres with 3.3 miles of village roads and has an ideal location. The village is a secluded, quiet, and entirely residential area. Yet it is conveniently situated within walking distance of Plandome Road shops, both public and parochial schools, a variety of houses of worship, the Long Island Railroad train station, and also Manhasset Bay.
Though previously unrecognized, its recorded history is long and distinguished, dating from 1686. It includes such prominent local figures as Nathaniel Pearsall, William Haviland, Bloodgood Cutter, Benjamin Duke, Henry F. Thompson, and Alice Grace D’Oench.
There are 326 homes in the village. They are well constructed, and are an interesting blend of old and new architectural styles. The population of Plandome Heights has grown steadily through the decades, but it has since stabilized.
The residents of Plandome Heights include members of many nationalities and religions, a good representation of both major political parties, and a good mixture of both older or retired families, and younger families with school-age children. The people of Plandome Heights are friendly and have come to know each other well, due to organizations like the Plandome Heights Civic Association and the Plandome Heights Women’s Club. Many village members are also active in the greater Manhasset community.
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