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Rockville Centre 33 Broadway $965,000 Built in 1908, (Credit: None/)

Rockville Centre

33 Broadway

$965,000

Built in 1908, this Victorian features a rebuilt covered front porch, which is accessible from the front door as well as the living room. It is designed with a wood floor -- fir and mahogany -- and a traditional stained wainscot ceiling. Its stained-glass transoms were created by one of the homeowners, and its mahogany railings and steps are coated with a special finish to repel rain. Interior features include wood floors, pocket doors and a fireplace, while original details include some moldings, columns and the staircase. In the late 1960s, two large rooms were added. Although it's not confirmed, it's believed the rooms were used for Ping-Pong tournaments. The 10-room house -- about 3,200 square feet -- has five bedrooms: four upstairs and one on the main level. It also has 2 1/2 baths, one of which has been renovated. The 75-by-175-foot parcel is landscaped with a brick patio and a pond.

Debbie Gerbore, Coach Realtors, Rockville Centre, 516-322-1374.

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Rockville Centre 33 Broadway $965,000 Built in 1908,
(Credit: None/)

Rockville Centre

33 Broadway

$965,000

Built in 1908, this Victorian features a rebuilt covered front porch, which is accessible from the front door as well as the living room. It is designed with a wood floor -- fir and mahogany -- and a traditional stained wainscot ceiling. Its stained-glass transoms were created by one of the homeowners, and its mahogany railings and steps are coated with a special finish to repel rain. Interior features include wood floors, pocket doors and a fireplace, while original details include some moldings, columns and the staircase. In the late 1960s, two large rooms were added. Although it's not confirmed, it's believed the rooms were used for Ping-Pong tournaments. The 10-room house -- about 3,200 square feet -- has five bedrooms: four upstairs and one on the main level. It also has 2 1/2 baths, one of which has been renovated. The 75-by-175-foot parcel is landscaped with a brick patio and a pond.

Debbie Gerbore, Coach Realtors, Rockville Centre, 516-322-1374.

Rockville Centre 33 Broadway $965,000 Built in 1908,
(Credit: None/)

Rockville Centre

33 Broadway

$965,000

Built in 1908, this Victorian features a rebuilt covered front porch, which is accessible from the front door as well as the living room. It is designed with a wood floor -- fir and mahogany -- and a traditional stained wainscot ceiling. Its stained-glass transoms were created by one of the homeowners, and its mahogany railings and steps are coated with a special finish to repel rain. Interior features include wood floors, pocket doors and a fireplace, while original details include some moldings, columns and the staircase. In the late 1960s, two large rooms were added. Although it's not confirmed, it's believed the rooms were used for Ping-Pong tournaments. The 10-room house -- about 3,200 square feet -- has five bedrooms: four upstairs and one on the main level. It also has 2 1/2 baths, one of which has been renovated. The 75-by-175-foot parcel is landscaped with a brick patio and a pond.

Debbie Gerbore, Coach Realtors, Rockville Centre, 516-322-1374.

Rockville Centre 33 Broadway $965,000 Built in 1908,
(Credit: None/)

Rockville Centre

33 Broadway

$965,000

Built in 1908, this Victorian features a rebuilt covered front porch, which is accessible from the front door as well as the living room. It is designed with a wood floor -- fir and mahogany -- and a traditional stained wainscot ceiling. Its stained-glass transoms were created by one of the homeowners, and its mahogany railings and steps are coated with a special finish to repel rain. Interior features include wood floors, pocket doors and a fireplace, while original details include some moldings, columns and the staircase. In the late 1960s, two large rooms were added. Although it's not confirmed, it's believed the rooms were used for Ping-Pong tournaments. The 10-room house -- about 3,200 square feet -- has five bedrooms: four upstairs and one on the main level. It also has 2 1/2 baths, one of which has been renovated. The 75-by-175-foot parcel is landscaped with a brick patio and a pond.

Debbie Gerbore, Coach Realtors, Rockville Centre, 516-322-1374.

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Rockville Centre 33 Broadway $965,000 Built in 1908,
(Credit: None/)

Rockville Centre

33 Broadway

$965,000

Built in 1908, this Victorian features a rebuilt covered front porch, which is accessible from the front door as well as the living room. It is designed with a wood floor -- fir and mahogany -- and a traditional stained wainscot ceiling. Its stained-glass transoms were created by one of the homeowners, and its mahogany railings and steps are coated with a special finish to repel rain. Interior features include wood floors, pocket doors and a fireplace, while original details include some moldings, columns and the staircase. In the late 1960s, two large rooms were added. Although it's not confirmed, it's believed the rooms were used for Ping-Pong tournaments. The 10-room house -- about 3,200 square feet -- has five bedrooms: four upstairs and one on the main level. It also has 2 1/2 baths, one of which has been renovated. The 75-by-175-foot parcel is landscaped with a brick patio and a pond.

Debbie Gerbore, Coach Realtors, Rockville Centre, 516-322-1374.

Laurel 2014 Main Rd. $699,000 Often referred to
(Credit: None/)

Laurel

2014 Main Rd.

$699,000

Often referred to as the Pink house on Main by area residents, this 1873 Victorian features wood floors, 12-foot ceilings, crown moldings, built-in shelves and cabinets, and a fireplace. Original windows are on the main level, while the second floor has new windows. The mechanicals, including the boiler, are updated as well. The layout of this nine-room house includes a grand parlor, a barroom and a formal dining room. There are four bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, and a "cool third-floor attic." The house does need some restoration, says one of the listing agents. From the back porch, there are views of "lovely gardens." The one-acre parcel is landscaped with a fish pond and in-ground pool. Zoning allows the residence to be used as a bed-and-breakfast, say the listing agents.

Mary Lentini and Karen Mele, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Cutchogue, 631-734-5439.

Laurel 2014 Main Rd. $699,000 Often referred to
(Credit: None/)

Laurel

2014 Main Rd.

$699,000

Often referred to as the Pink house on Main by area residents, this 1873 Victorian features wood floors, 12-foot ceilings, crown moldings, built-in shelves and cabinets, and a fireplace. Original windows are on the main level, while the second floor has new windows. The mechanicals, including the boiler, are updated as well. The layout of this nine-room house includes a grand parlor, a barroom and a formal dining room. There are four bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, and a "cool third-floor attic." The house does need some restoration, says one of the listing agents. From the back porch, there are views of "lovely gardens." The one-acre parcel is landscaped with a fish pond and in-ground pool. Zoning allows the residence to be used as a bed-and-breakfast, say the listing agents.

Mary Lentini and Karen Mele, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Cutchogue, 631-734-5439.

Laurel 2014 Main Rd. $699,000 Often referred to
(Credit: None/)

Laurel

2014 Main Rd.

$699,000

Often referred to as the Pink house on Main by area residents, this 1873 Victorian features wood floors, 12-foot ceilings, crown moldings, built-in shelves and cabinets, and a fireplace. Original windows are on the main level, while the second floor has new windows. The mechanicals, including the boiler, are updated as well. The layout of this nine-room house includes a grand parlor, a barroom and a formal dining room. There are four bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, and a "cool third-floor attic." The house does need some restoration, says one of the listing agents. From the back porch, there are views of "lovely gardens." The one-acre parcel is landscaped with a fish pond and in-ground pool. Zoning allows the residence to be used as a bed-and-breakfast, say the listing agents.

Mary Lentini and Karen Mele, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Cutchogue, 631-734-5439.

Laurel 2014 Main Rd. $699,000 Often referred to
(Credit: None/)

Laurel

2014 Main Rd.

$699,000

Often referred to as the Pink house on Main by area residents, this 1873 Victorian features wood floors, 12-foot ceilings, crown moldings, built-in shelves and cabinets, and a fireplace. Original windows are on the main level, while the second floor has new windows. The mechanicals, including the boiler, are updated as well. The layout of this nine-room house includes a grand parlor, a barroom and a formal dining room. There are four bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, and a "cool third-floor attic." The house does need some restoration, says one of the listing agents. From the back porch, there are views of "lovely gardens." The one-acre parcel is landscaped with a fish pond and in-ground pool. Zoning allows the residence to be used as a bed-and-breakfast, say the listing agents.

Mary Lentini and Karen Mele, Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Cutchogue, 631-734-5439.

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Sea Cliff 4 Sheridan Lane $1,425,000 In 1863,
(Credit: None/)

Sea Cliff

4 Sheridan Lane

$1,425,000

In 1863, Theodore Sheridan, who was in the bookbinding business and was one of the founders and commodore of the Sea Cliff Yacht Club, had this Victorian built for his daughter as a wedding gift. Painted in vibrant colors, the house -- with its wraparound porch -- is set in a cul-de-sac on a 112-by-108-foot parcel with seasonal and partial water views. The porch, which has two skylights and a gazebo-style area, is accessible through five doors. The front double door as well as some interior doors feature etched glass. Though updated, the home retains many original details, such as wood plank floors and a banister. Moldings, window seats and a fireplace lend to its charm. A large window in the den and the kitchen cabinets are from the J.P. Morgan estate. There are 3 1 / 2 bathrooms and five bedrooms, including the master suite, where there are two walk-in closets and a spalike bathroom. Amenities include central air-conditioning, a finished basement with a bamboo floor and a stocked Koi pond.

Melisa Mindich-Geller, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Hills, 516-805-2895

Sea Cliff 4 Sheridan Lane $1,425,000 In 1863,
(Credit: None/)

Sea Cliff

4 Sheridan Lane

$1,425,000

In 1863, Theodore Sheridan, who was in the bookbinding business and was one of the founders and commodore of the Sea Cliff Yacht Club, had this Victorian built for his daughter as a wedding gift. Painted in vibrant colors, the house -- with its wraparound porch -- is set in a cul-de-sac on a 112-by-108-foot parcel with seasonal and partial water views. The porch, which has two skylights and a gazebo-style area, is accessible through five doors. The front double door as well as some interior doors feature etched glass. Though updated, the home retains many original details, such as wood plank floors and a banister. Moldings, window seats and a fireplace lend to its charm. A large window in the den and the kitchen cabinets are from the J.P. Morgan estate. There are 3 1 / 2 bathrooms and five bedrooms, including the master suite, where there are two walk-in closets and a spalike bathroom. Amenities include central air-conditioning, a finished basement with a bamboo floor and a stocked Koi pond.

Melisa Mindich-Geller, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Hills, 516-805-2895

Sea Cliff 4 Sheridan Lane $1,425,000 In 1863,

Sea Cliff

4 Sheridan Lane

$1,425,000

In 1863, Theodore Sheridan, who was in the bookbinding business and was one of the founders and commodore of the Sea Cliff Yacht Club, had this Victorian built for his daughter as a wedding gift. Painted in vibrant colors, the house -- with its wraparound porch -- is set in a cul-de-sac on a 112-by-108-foot parcel with seasonal and partial water views. The porch, which has two skylights and a gazebo-style area, is accessible through five doors. The front double door as well as some interior doors feature etched glass. Though updated, the home retains many original details, such as wood plank floors and a banister. Moldings, window seats and a fireplace lend to its charm. A large window in the den and the kitchen cabinets are from the J.P. Morgan estate. There are 3 1 / 2 bathrooms and five bedrooms, including the master suite, where there are two walk-in closets and a spalike bathroom. Amenities include central air-conditioning, a finished basement with a bamboo floor and a stocked Koi pond.

Melisa Mindich-Geller, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Hills, 516-805-2895

Sea Cliff 4 Sheridan Lane $1,425,000 In 1863,
(Credit: None/)

Sea Cliff

4 Sheridan Lane

$1,425,000

In 1863, Theodore Sheridan, who was in the bookbinding business and was one of the founders and commodore of the Sea Cliff Yacht Club, had this Victorian built for his daughter as a wedding gift. Painted in vibrant colors, the house -- with its wraparound porch -- is set in a cul-de-sac on a 112-by-108-foot parcel with seasonal and partial water views. The porch, which has two skylights and a gazebo-style area, is accessible through five doors. The front double door as well as some interior doors feature etched glass. Though updated, the home retains many original details, such as wood plank floors and a banister. Moldings, window seats and a fireplace lend to its charm. A large window in the den and the kitchen cabinets are from the J.P. Morgan estate. There are 3 1 / 2 bathrooms and five bedrooms, including the master suite, where there are two walk-in closets and a spalike bathroom. Amenities include central air-conditioning, a finished basement with a bamboo floor and a stocked Koi pond.

Melisa Mindich-Geller, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, East Hills, 516-805-2895

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