If you want a LI home with stained glass

LYNBROOK
22 Washington Ave.

Newsday Homes

$449,000

When the homeowners renovated this 1910 side-hall Queen Anne Colonial, they were able to preserve some of the original details, including two small stained-glass windows. One is in the vestibule, while the other is at the top of the staircase, which has original banisters and balusters. Other features include wood floors, molding and French doors, as well as a new eat-in kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and two updated bathrooms. All the mechanicals, including the boiler, hot water heater, plumbing and electric service, are also new. There are three bedrooms on the second floor. The full basement and third-floor finished attic offer ample storage space. The parcel is 50 by 100 feet. Taxes, including village taxes, are $13,994. Cristina Callegari and Jennifer Castellanos, Realty Connect USA, 917-921-5397 and 646-303-4612, respectively

MORICHES
104 Crystal Beach Blvd.

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$499,000

Lindal Cedar Homes, founded in 1945, is a designer and manufacturer of custom post-and-beam cedar homes. This Lindal cedar home in Moriches -- built in 1982 on a 75-by-270-foot parcel overlooking Forge River -- comes with five stained-glass windows. While light shines through oversized windows, some of it is filtered by the stained-glass windows placed throughout the house, including next to the front door, in the kitchen and in one of three bathrooms. The picture windows also provide "gorgeous views of the river, marsh and woods," says the homeowner. Other features include an open floor plan with pitched cedar ceilings with exposed beams and a wood-burning stove. Outside, there are two decks. A marina and boat launch are within walking distance. Taxes are $10,573. Jon Holderer, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 917-848-7624

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41245 Main Rd.
$590,000

Built in 1920, this nine-room farm ranch has a stained-glass window placed at the landing of the staircase. The feature is common for a house of this era, says one of the listing agents. Other original details include the staircase banister, moldings and glass door knobs. It even has a built-in ironing board in the kitchen. While the dining area has doors inlaid with glass squares, the rest of the interior doors are wood. There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property -- 3.77 acres -- comes with a barn and a two-car garage. Taxes are $8,800. Terry Rogers and Diane McCabe, Century 21 Albertson Realty, 631-897-8107 and 631-839-9587, respectively

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