If you want to rent a studio apartment on Long Island

This Sayville studio apartment has carpeting, crown and

This Sayville studio apartment has carpeting, crown and base moldings, a ceiling fan and a wall unit air-conditioner. It is available for rent in March 2014 for $1,315 a month. Photo Credit: Fairfield Properties

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SAYVILLE
195 Lakeland Ave.

$1,315 a month

Fairfield Plaza East at Sayville, which is near the downtown district, offers landscaped grounds, ample parking and an on-site laundry center, as well as renovated units. This studio has carpeting, crown and base moldings, a ceiling fan and a wall unit air-conditioner.

The kitchen, where the flooring is Pergo, is designed with Tuscany-style cabinets and stainless-steel appliances, including a dishwasher and microwave. As for the bathroom, it has Tuscany- style cabinets, ceramic tile and modern lighting fixtures.

With the exception of gas, heat and hot water, the tenant is responsible for utilities. Though a one-month security deposit is usually required, there is a limited special offer of a reduced security deposit of $1,000. Deborah Bohrer, Fairfield Properties, 631-499-6660, ext. 263.


WOODMERE
141 Woodmere Blvd.

$1,050 per month

With the charms of a prewar building, such as high ceilings, this fifth-floor studio is almost 400 square feet. Square, with a small alcove, the unit has wood floors, an efficiency kitchen and a bathroom. A laundry room and bike room are in the basement.

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The Woodmere train station is nearby. Also close by are a supermarket and a CVS drugstore. Heat and water are included. The tenant is responsible for all other utilities.

Since this six-story building is a co-op, the tenant is subject to board approval. A nonrefundable application fee of $400 and a nonrefundable $250 move-in fee are required. Lenny Bobrow and Donna Galinsky, Pugatch Realty Corp., 516-295-3000.

GREAT NECK
160 S. Middle Neck Rd.

$1,800 per month

Situated near the Great Neck train station and close to shops and restaurants, this renovated studio apartment is on the first floor of Lancaster House, a three-story building.

Features include oak floors, closet space and a separate dressing area. The kitchen has granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances, while the bathroom is designed with Carrera marble.

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The apartment is large enough to build a wall to create a separate bedroom, which the landlord will do for a fee, says the listing agent. Heat and water are included. The tenant is responsible for all other utilities. A one-month security deposit is required. Wendy Sanders, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 516-466-2100.

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