Hollis Hills is an affluent subsection, generally bounded by Springfield Boulevard to the east, Grand Central Pkwy the south, Hollis Hills Terrace to the west, and Kingsbury Avenue and Richland Avenue to the north. It is slightly above sea level due to a retreating glacier from the last Ice Age. A small pond called Potamogeton Pond exists at Bell Boulevard on the north side of Grand Central Parkway.
Most homes in Hollis Hills are of the Colonial, Tudor, and Ranch styles. Houses here attract predominantly upper-middle class. This neighborhood, similar to Douglaston is a quasi-suburb, with detached homes sitting on large tree-lined dots. Su
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