If you want a house for $595,000

4 Arizona Place

Privately set on a manicured .43-acre parcel with an in-ground heated gunite pool and spa, this renovated seven-room split-level is in a cul-de-sac with two other homes. Interior details include newly refinished hardwood floors throughout, vaulted ceilings in the living room and kitchen, recessed lighting, updated bathrooms and a fireplace. The renovated kitchen leads to a deck overlooking the pool. Unusual features include a finished basement and a laundry room off the family room. The house has three bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms. Mary Ruff, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, 631-682-9706.

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11 Balsam Place

Set on a landscaped 75-by-100-foot property with a vinyl fence, this wide-line high ranch has 10 rooms. A few steps up from the entry is the level containing the living room, the eat-in kitchen -- where there is a skylight -- and the dining room, which has sliding-glass doors that open to a Trex deck. This level also contains three of five bedrooms and two of three bathrooms, including the master suite. Other features include oak floors, a full, unfinished basement containing a washer and dryer, and an attic. Updated windows, a 7-year-old roof, a one-car garage and in-ground sprinklers are among the amenities. Rose Fulgieri, Rose Fulgieri Realty, 516-935-5111.

8 Booker Lane

Situated south of Montauk Highway, this six-room ranch is on a .65-acre parcel. The landscape includes a deck with a hot tub and an outdoor shower. The house is accessible from the deck through sliding-glass doors, which open to the dining area. The layout also includes the kitchen, designed with white cabinets and stainless-steel appliances, and the living room, with oversized windows, as well as three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Amenities include a full basement, an attic, central air-conditioning and a one-car garage. Patrick Galway, Town & Country Real Estate, 631-288-3030.

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