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31 Glenview Ave.
Set on a private half-acre with a deck and in-ground pool, this 14-room Colonial in the Kings Park school district is about 4,500 square feet. There's a living room with a fireplace, formal dining room with a 10-foot ceiling and a den, which accesses the deck. The kitchen, with breakfast nook, offers granite countertops and a double convection oven. There are six bedrooms and four bathrooms, including the master suite. There are also wood floors, high-hat lighting and oversized windows. Bryan Karp, RE/MAX Eastern Properties, 631-585-1055
11 Carlson Ave.
Set on a 83-by-100-foot lot, this six-room Colonial has a living room, eat-in kitchen and two bedrooms. The bedrooms are on the second floor. There also are two bathrooms -- one on each level. There is a full basement, but it's not finished. Built in 1907, the house needs to be renovated, says the listing agent. Charles Sanchis, Keller Williams Realty Landmark, 646-448-1374
267 Lakeview Ave.
Completely renovated about five years ago, this 3,100-square-foot Victorian, which has a covered front porch, is three stories tall. The main level has a living room with a fireplace, family room overlooking the yard, office, banquet-size dining room, updated eat-in kitchen with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances, as well as a half-bath. The second floor has two new bathrooms and three bedrooms, including the master suite. Another three bedrooms and a new bathroom with skylights are on the third floor. The finished basement has a wet bar. The property is 125 by 150 feet. Carol O'Leary and Nancy O'Brien, Coach Realtors, 516-536-8100