If you want a house for $450,000
32 High Hill Rd.
Resting on almost one acre in a bucolic setting, this 3,435-square-foot home with wood floors and recessed lighting was built in 2000. It has 10 rooms, including a living room with a brick fireplace and den with built-in bookcases. The kitchen is designed with cherrywood cabinets and a large center island with granite countertops and built-in shelves. A laundry room is off the kitchen. The dining room has glass doors that open to a 1,000-square-foot mahogany deck, which overlooks the woods. A private wing on the first floor contains two bedrooms and a full bathroom. There are another two bedrooms, including the master suite on the upper level. The master has a walk-in closet and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi and separate shower. There are a total of 3 1/2 baths. Amenities include a full basement with two cedar closets and a wine cellar, and a four-car garage. Paul Dinerstein, Little Bay Realty, 631-275-1303
723 Parsonage St.
Built in 2006, this eight-room Colonial features wood floors, central air-conditioning, a finished basement and 3 1/2 bathrooms. The first floor includes a living room, den, dining room and eat-in kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and a half-bath. The second floor contains four bedrooms, including the master suite. The lot size is 50 by 150 feet. Bob Gandley and Susan Leshaw, Alan Deblat Real Estate, 516-377-1111
41 Washington Blvd.
Set on a flat 0.46-acre parcel, this stone-and-brick home offers an open floor plan. Features include wood floors and a brick fireplace. Of 10 rooms, there are four bedrooms. The layout also includes a den, formal living room and an eat-in kitchen. There are three bathrooms. Amenities include central air-conditioning, a basement and two-car garage. Joanne Christoforou, RE/MAX Beyond, 631-806-8932