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Completely renovated over the past two years, this nine-room split-level, at 7 Tudor Rd. in Hicksville, has new siding, a new brick face, a new roof and new windows, as well as new insulation. Listed for $575,777 in December 2012, the house is on a 55-by-178-foot fenced property with a new in-ground pool, central air conditioning and a one-car garage.
Interior features in the Hicksville home include wood floors and recessed lighting.
The main level of the home, at 7 Tudor Rd., includes a living room, a dining room and an eat-in kitchen. The dining room has sliding glass doors that open to a deck. The kitchen, which has granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances, has a cathedral ceiling.
The lower level contains the den, one bedroom and a bathroom. Go down a few more steps to the finished basement, where there is a separate laundry area and boiler room. The top level of the $575,777 listing has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Set on a 65-by-100-foot lot in Salisbury Estates, this eight-room split-level, at 677 Edgewood Dr. in Westbury, has been freshly painted and has several updates, including new windows. It was listed for sale in December 2012 for $549,999.
Other features of the Westbury home include wood floors and two skylights. The living room, dining area and eat-in kitchen with granite countertops are on the main level.
The den with sliding glass doors to the patio and yard, a half-bath and a bedroom are on the level below of the 677 Edgewood Dr. home.
The finished basement has a full bedroom and a separate utility room and laundry room. Amenities in the $549,999 listing include central air-conditioning and a one-car garage.
This seven-room split-level home, at 18 W. Farms Ln. in Commack, features new windows and bathrooms as well as wood floors, recessed lighting, and wood and wrought-iron rails. It's situated on a flat, fenced-in .29 acre parcel and boasts central air-conditioning and in-ground sprinklers.
Like most homes of this style, the 18 W. Farms Ln. property's main level contains the living room, dining room and an eat-in kitchen. The living room features a vaulted ceiling. The renovated kitchen is designed with granite countertops, maple cabinets, ceramic tile and stainless-steel appliances.
Go down one level in the Commack home to gain access to a two-car garage. This is where a half-bath and laundry room are, too. Below that is the den, which has a wood-burning fireplace.