There’s a wide variety of home sizes and styles on Long Island, even at the identical asking price. The latest median closing price for houses on the Island is $368,500, according to the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island. Here’s a look at five houses near that price and what they have to offer prospective buyers.

Huntington

2 Cliftwood Dr., $368,000

There’s a “Currier and Ives charm” about this 1953 Cape, says listing agent Cathy Casalicchio of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. The cedar-shingled home was modeled after the community’s original general store, Casalicchio says.

There’s a wood-paneled eat-in kitchen, a formal dining room with built-in cabinetry and a living room with coffered ceilings and an intricately crafted fireplace. The home has three bedrooms, 1 1⁄2 baths, hardwood floors and central air-conditioning.

This Huntington house has a fireplace in the living room, coffered ceilings and hardwood floors. It is on the market in April 2016 for $368,000. Photo Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty

The full basement has high ceilings and a workshop, plus an outside entrance. There’s a covered front porch and rear patio on the 0.33-acre property, which is on a corner lot and surrounded by a split-rail fence.

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The taxes are $9,851. Cathy Casalicchio, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, 631-678-8929.

Lynbrook

51 Lancaster St., $368,000

This two-bedroom ranch offers many updates and amenities, says listing agent Charles Maione of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. The 1955 home features 1 1⁄2 renovated baths with Carrara marble and an updated eat-in kitchen with Corian counters, energy-efficient appliances and a breakfast bar.

This Coram house has a fireplace in the living room that opens to a dining area. It is on the market in April 2016 for $369,000. Photo Credit: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

There’s a formal dining room and a living room, which has a wood-burning fireplace with a wall-to-wall fieldstone mantel and a blower that helps to heat the home, Maione says. The home has a new roof, windows, siding and heating system as well as central air-conditioning and a water purification system.

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Oak floors and moldings are found throughout the home, and there’s a rec room in the finished basement. The 90-by-49-foot property on a corner lot features a covered porch, a patio and an attached garage.

The taxes are $10,790. Charles Maione, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 516-984-5596.

East Patchogue

244 Hospital Rd., $369,000

This 1987 ranch was remodeled inside and out in 2013, says listing agent Edward Ferraro of RE/MAX Integrity Leaders, to include every imaginable upgrade. The three-bedroom home sits on 1.24 acres, which the owners used to create their own private bicycle trail. When you step inside, you’ll find a kitchen with skylights, built-in shelves and stainless steel energy-efficient appliances, including a double oven.

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There’s a formal dining room and a living room with a stone fireplace that extends to the vaulted ceiling. Two sets of French doors open from the living room to a large deck overlooking the yard. There are two full baths — including a granite master bath with an open shower and a step-up tub. The master suite features an oversized walk-in closet and sliding glass doors to the deck.

The home also offers hardwood floors, decorative molding and a full basement with an outside entrance. There are new heating, central air-conditioning and water filtration systems, Ferraro says, and the home has been approved for solar electric.

The taxes are $10,949. Edward Ferraro, RE/MAX Integrity Leaders, 631-736-2000.

Freeport

252 Roosevelt Ave., $369,000

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This two-story home has been renovated in a sleek, modern style that makes it a great space for entertaining, says listing agent Tiffany Pedone of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. The home’s new eat-in kitchen features white shaker cabinets, quartz counters and Energy Star stainless steel appliances, including a stacked washer-dryer.

There’s a dining area with sliding glass doors to the deck, Pedone says, and a living room with hardwood floors and recessed lighting — amenities that can be found throughout the 1947 home. There are three bedrooms and one renovated bathroom featuring decorative glass tile and a bonus room Pedone says can be used as a gym or office.

The home also has new windows, a new heating system and a tankless hot water heater. The fenced-in yard features an awning-covered deck, a paver patio and a detached garage, and the 50-by-100-foot property is equipped with inground sprinklers.

The taxes are $7,422. Tiffany Pedone, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 646-573-7031.

Coram

6 Colby Dr., $369,000

This 1988 home has been completely renovated to include everything from a new kitchen and two new baths to a new roof, siding, windows, floors, plumbing and electrical system, says listing agent Antoinette Terlizzo of Coldwell Banker.

A foyer with vaulted ceilings welcomes you to the home, Terlizzo says, leading into a granite kitchen with custom hardwood cabinets and a living and dining area with a wood-burning fireplace. She says the home’s master suite is a private oasis, set apart from the rest of the house and offering walk-in closets and a bathroom with a double shower.

The house also has a main-floor laundry room, central air-conditioning and an attic in the two-car garage. The home is situated on a secluded, .34-acre lot, Terlizzo says, bordering land that cannot be developed. The fenced property features a front porch, a large paver patio and a seven-zone sprinkler system.

The taxes are $10,000. Antoinette Terlizzo, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 631-807-7695.