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3443 Parkway Dr.
Built in 2005 on a canal on a 20-by-120-foot lot at the end of a block, this seven-room Colonial features wood floors and a fireplace. The main level includes the living room, the family room, an eat-in kitchen, dining area and half-bath. Sliding glass doors off the kitchen open to the yard. The second level has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Amenities include central air-conditioning and a one-car garage. The house does not have a basement. Though the foundation shows signs of water stains from superstorm Sandy, the homeowner says it's unknown if it sustained any damage; the house has not yet been evaluated by a structural engineer, says the homeowner and one of the listing agents. Dean Graber and Evantz Saint Gerard, Keller Williams Realty Landmark, 516-527-9549 and 917-975-5985, respectively.
11 Harrison St.
Built in 1928, this six-room Cape offers a balance of old and new, says the listing agent. Original elements include wood floors, a built-in china cabinet and a brick fireplace. There is a balcony staircase. There are also numerous updates, including two renovated bathrooms and Andersen windows. There are three bathrooms. The property -- watered by in-ground sprinklers -- is landscaped with a patio and an in-ground pool, which has a new liner. Leslie Ardolino, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 631-275-9396.
168 Feller Dr.
Part of Windbrooke Homes, this second-floor condominium has five rooms, including two bedrooms, as well as one bathroom. There is a living room with a separate dining area and an eat-in kitchen. Features include Pergo floors, updated appliances and central air-conditioning. Community amenities include an in-ground pool and a playground. Rudolph Aversano and Diane Aversano, RE/MAX Eastern Properties, 631-585-1055.