Newhallville is on the northern edge of New Haven and is primarily a residential neighborhood. You’ll find a few parks and green spaces like Farmington Canal Greenway and Bowen Field. Newhallville is a great area if you’re planning to get around via bike as the Bike Score is 82. The homes in Newhallville are mainly older single-family homes in a variety of architectural styles.
16. Prospect Hill Historic District
Prospect Hill Historic District is a residential area just north of Yale University. There are a few parks and green spaces in the area, like Farnam Memorial Gardens and Edgerton Park. Prospect Hill Historic District is somewhat walkable and bikeable, but there isn’t much public transportation. The single-family homes are often older, built in the 19th and 20th centuries, and have a variety of architectural styles like Georgian Revival, Colonial Revival, and Victorian.
17. Quinnipiac Meadows
The Quinnipiac Meadows neighborhood is a beautiful residential area located along the Quinnipiac River. There are plenty of green spaces in the area like Quinnipiac Meadows Eugene B. Fargeorge Preserve, Quinnipiac Ridge Nature Preserve, and Bishop Woods Bird Sanctuary. You’ll also find shops, restaurants, and easy access to major highways. If you move to Quinnipiac Meadows, you’ll probably need a car to get around as the area isn’t very walkable or bikeable. The homes in Quinnipiac Meadows are mainly single-family homes as well as some condominiums.
18. West River
West River is bordered by the aptly named West River, so you’ll find lots of riverfront parks, views, and green spaces in the neighborhood. There’s a great mix of residential streets and commercial areas with local restaurants and shops. West River is relatively walkable and bikeable with a Walk Score of 71 and a Bike Score of 75. Homes in West River are typically single-family homes in styles like Colonial or Victorian.