Middle Island, NY Real Estate
Middle Island, New York is located in Suffolk County. Nearby cities and towns include Gordon Heights, Coram, Rocky Point, Ridge, Yaphank, Miller Place, Medford, Mount Sinai, Sound Beach, East Shoreham, Shoreham, Selden, Terryville, Farmingville, North Bellport, Port Jefferson Station, Centereach, Port Jefferson, Holtsville, Mastic, Shirley, Brookhaven, Wading River, Belle Terre, East Patchogue, North Patchogue, Manorville, Moriches, Setauket-East Setauket, Poquott, Bellport, Holbrook, Lake Grove, Patchogue, Stony Brook University, Lake Ronkonkoma, Stony Brook, Calverton, Center Moriches, Mastic Beach, Blue Point, St. James, Ronkonkoma, East Moriches, Nesconset, Old Field, Bayport, Head of the Harbor, Eastport, Baiting Hollow, Sayville, Bohemia, Village of the Branch, Nissequogue, Islandia, Remsenburg-Speonk, Northampton, West Sayville, Oakdale, Smithtown, West Hampton Dunes, North Great River, Riverside, Hauppauge, Riverhead, Central Islip, Westhampton, Islip Terrace, Kings Park, Fire Island, Great River, Westhampton Beach, East Islip, Quiogue, Brentwood, Islip, Aquebogue, Flanders, Commack, Northville, Fort Salonga, Quogue, North Bay Shore, East Quogue, Bay Shore, Jamesport, East Northport, Ocean Beach, Baywood, Brightwaters, Elwood, Northport, West Bay Shore, Dix Hills, Laurel, Deer Park, Saltaire, Hampton Bays, Greenlawn, West Islip, Centerport, Mattituck, North Babylon, Asharoken, Eatons Neck, Woodmont, South Huntington, Wheatley Heights, Babylon, Oak Beach-Captree, Huntington, Milford, Huntington Station, Stratford, Halesite, Huntington Bay, Wyandanch, West Babylon, Southport, and Bridgeport. Middle Island is a suburban community with a population of 10,570. The median household income is $67,026. In Middle Island, 56% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 31% of the households. Half the population of Middle Island commutes 26 minutes or less to work, with 70% of residents holding white collar jobs and 30% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Middle Island, NY is 21 years, with 70% of those homes owned, 25% rented, and 6% not occupied. In the previous year, 88 Middle Island properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Middle Island in the previous year was $261,390.