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23 Bayview Ave.

Wood floors, exposed beams and a stone fireplace are just a few of the features in this vintage Victorian farmhouse. Built in 1848, the house has two additions. Today it has nine rooms with a main level that includes a living room, a great room with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, a dining room, an eat-in kitchen and a sunroom. There also are two bedrooms and one bathroom on this level and another three bedrooms and bathroom on the second floor. The house has a basement and an attic. Amenities include a large rear deck overlooking the property, which is 105 feet by 225 feet. The backyard is fenced, while the front yard has a post-and-rail fence, as well as a meandering walkway to the front door. Julia Roskot and Deana McCreery, Century 21 Herrick Real Estate, 631-968-5300.

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38 Brookhaven Blvd.

Built in 2006, this Postmodern home with wraparound porch is on a .22-acre lot on a dead-end street. Interior features include wood floors and some moldings. The layout includes an eat-in kitchen with granite countertops, a dining room, a living room and a family room. A half-bathroom and the laundry room are on the main level. There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms, including a master suite, on the second floor. Amenities include central air-conditioning, a full basement and a two-car garage. Rudy and Diane Aversano, RE/MAX Eastern Properties, 631-585-1055.

24 Harmon St.

Situated in the canal section of Long Beach, this six-room raised ranch features an open floor plan. The eat-in kitchen and the living room, where there is a fireplace, have vaulted ceilings. Other details include wood floors, as well as two bedrooms and one bathroom. The finished basement, which was renovated after superstorm Sandy, has waterproof floors and walls and an elevated heating system. The lot is 40 by 57 feet. Lorraine Weber, Century 21 American Homes, 516-244-1610.

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