Randall Manor

Randall Manor is an area that lies between New Brighton and West Brighton, south of Sailor’s Snug Harbor. It took its name from Robert Richard Randall, the founder and creator of Snug Harbor. Randall Manor has become one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Staten Island, mainly because you can buy beautiful, large center hall colonials that were fabricated after the bridge was erected in 1964. The area is also close to Saint George and has easy access to the Staten Island Ferry. Along some of the more well respected public schools in the area, Randall Manor is home to Staten Island’s Children’s Aid Society and the Saint Peter’s High School for Boys. It is a unique and pleasant place to call home.