Home to those with rather large incomes, Kings Park's relatively prosperous San Remo neighborhood is an enticing, yet somewhat exclusive, option for those looking to relocate. Such qualities may be of interest to potential renters with related backgrounds. There's something for the whole family in San Remo, which boasts a kid-friendly atmosphere as well as conveniences for moms and dads. In the search for a new pad, go ahead and take a look at the apartments for rent in neighboring Kings Park and Smithtown.
Amenities Around the Apartments for Rent
For those looking to find great food in the area, head to E Main St., a heavily populated area with a wide selection of restaurants. If you want to get closer to all there is on E Main St., be sure to read our apartment ratings and reviews. Have a little fun finding your next place in San Remo with help from our apartment finder tool.
Residents have their pick of dining-out options in San Remo. Many of them are conveniently located on E Main St., close to the rentals listed on Apartment Guide. Residents can choose from either deli snacks or pizza. Additionally, a local chain restaurant is Subway, which is located on Route 25a.
For a more extensive list of places in San Remo to chow down, chill and enjoy entertainment, glance over the Yelp page.
Schools and School Districts
The location of your rental determines (and narrows) your children's school selection. Your kids could attend school in the Smithtown Central School District or the Kings Park Central School District. Some of the schools near the apartments in San Remo are Kings Park High School, Accompsett Middle School and Parkview Elementary School. Though the information here is meant to give you a good approximation of the school district options near the apartments for rent in the area, it's generally a good idea to confer with local district officials for the ultimate word on what schools your children will attend.
Among Smithtown Central School District middle schools, Accompsett Middle School has the lowest student-teacher ratio at 12-to-1.
The Kings Park Central School District provides three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school, with a lower student-teacher ratio and smaller student population than Smithtown Central School District. Kings Park Central School District has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Smithtown Central School District.
Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
When making budget decisions, it's important to know that San Remo is more expensive than nearby areas, such as Kings Park. On average a household in San Remo spends $85.6K/year in total expenditures, compared to Kings Park's $57.9K/year.
The neighborhood of Kings Park is somewhat different from San Remo in terms of median age and the percentage of households with children, although they are more comparable by household size. In San Remo the median age is 24, while in Kings Park it's 33. In San Remo, the average household size is 3.05 inhabitants, and it's 2.6 inhabitants in Kings Park. Of households in San Remo and Kings Park, 44% and 35% have children, respectively.
Is San Remo the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby Kings Park make an average of $75.6K, San Remo residents are raking in an average of $130.1K.