Nature meets tranquility in Hollis Hills.
There are plenty of places to plant roots in this beautiful, slightly suburban district. The housing stock in Hollis Hills is mainly single-family homes, from Tudors and Ranches to Colonials and modern estates. Tree-lined streets and detached homes on well-manicured lots are longtime staples in this quiet Queens neighborhood. People flock to the area for its tranquil atmosphere and wealth of community parks.
For the most part, Hollis Hills slides under the radar, which is just how the residents like it. A few restaurants, cafes, and shops dot the landscape. Block parties and annual events are essential to this tight-knit community. Recreation in Hollis Hills is second to none. Nearby parks like Cunningham Park and Alley Pond Park boast hiking and bike paths, picnic meadows, preserved salt marshes and wetlands, and playgrounds. The historic Long Island Motor Parkway caters to nature trail enthusiasts, bikers, and joggers.
With recreation and a peaceful residential district, Hollis Hills is the perfect escape from hectic city life.