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131 Beverly Ave., $349,000

Near John J. Burns Town Park and village shops, this updated eight-room Colonial sits on a 60-by-100- foot lot. Appointed with wood floors and wainscoting, the main level includes an entrance hall, a living room, a family room, a renovated kitchen, a dining room and a full bathroom. Another full bathroom as well as four bedrooms are on the second floor. Amenities include a newer oil burner and hot water heater. Patti Scirica, Realty Connect USA, 516-848-6136.


323 Chelsea Ave., $299,000

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Built in 1965 on a .22-acre lot, this eight-room house has four bedrooms, including the first-floor master. The first floor also includes the living room, den and an eat-in kitchen. Other features include 2½ bathrooms, as well as a fireplace. Amenities include a wood deck. Rudy Aversano and Paige Aversano, RE/MAX Eastern Properties, 631-585-1055.


5 Berard Blvd., $299,000

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Offering several updates, including gas heat and central air conditioning, this split-level has six rooms. The eat-in kitchen and living room-dining room combination are on the first floor, while the den and a half-bathroom are on the level below. All three bedrooms and one full bathroom are on the top level. Amenities include a one-car garage. Set on a .32-acre parcel, the house is near parks and shops. Gary Baumann and Donna Lundon, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 631-499-9191.

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