This charming 1940 Cape, recently listed for $235,000, is priced to sell, says listing agent Nicole LaBella of The Corcoran Group. “It’s a low, low price for a house on the North Fork,” and it’s in very good condition, she says. The three-bedroom home has only one bathroom, however. But it sits on a half-acre, so there is room for expansion. The property also has a detached two-car garage. Listing agent: Nicole LaBella, The Corcoran Group, 631-765-1300

This authentic Lincoln Logs cabin is in fantastic condition, says listing agent Elizabeth Capozzoli of Town & Country Real Estate. The cozy four-room house was built in 1987 on almost an acre of property that is suitable for horses, Capozzoli says. The home has two bedrooms, one and a half baths, a large living room, a finished basement and a large front porch. It’s on the market for $350,000. Listing agent: Elizabeth Capozzoli, Town & Country Real Estate, 631-288-3030

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This five-year-old Victorian-style home priced at $399,000 has four bedrooms, three full baths and a two-car garage. Amenities include a fireplace and central air-conditioning. Listing agent Michael Doctorow of Weichert Realtors thinks it’s the best-priced home on the market in Aquebogue, but he adds the sellers are highly motivated and are willing to listen to all reasonable offers. The nine-room house is on almost an acre in a quiet cul-de-sac. Listing agent: Michael Doctorow, Weichert Realtors, 631-745-0731

 

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