Country Club, Bronx
Country Club is an affluent, upper middle class, and wealthy residential neighborhood located in the East Bronx in New York City. It shares the 10465 ZIP code with Throggs Neck, although it is part of Pelham Bay. The neighborhood's boundaries are Pelham Bay Park to the north, Eastchester Bay to the east, Randall Avenue to the south, and the New England Thruway to the west. This area is policed by the 45th Precinct.
According to Yahoo! Neighborhood Profiles,
- the median household income is $78,046
- 51% of households are headed by single persons
- 49% of households headed by married couples
- 70% of households have children
- 58.9% of residents are white collar workers
Property values in Country Club exceed the national average. Alongside Riverdale, Pelham and Schuylerville, the nearby Country Club is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the Bronx. It is often ranked as the best neighborhood in the Bronx and among the best and safest places in New York City.
The town is located across Pelham Bay Park, which has several sports fields, tennis courts, golf courses and trails for biking/running. At the end of the park to the northeast is Orchard Beach.
The film Summer of Sam was partially filmed in Country Club.
 Quality of life
One of the largest public parks in New York City, Pelham Bay Park, is located nearby, as well as Orchard Beach. Residents are also five minutes away from City Island in Eastchester Bay. The Country Club section of the Bronx contains a large Italian-American population. Most of the town is a minute away from the Bruckner Expressway and Throgs Neck Expressway. While most residents drive, the Middletown Road and Buhre Avenue subway stations on the 6 line are the closest stations to the town.
Country club has a population of around 8,000 people. It is a predominantly white neighborhood with around 80-85% of the population of Country Club being non-Hispanic white, while around 10-15% are of Hispanic ancestry.
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