Long Island home listings asking $350,000
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39 Raynor St.
Just a few weeks ago, the owner of this vintage Victorian converted the heating source from oil to gas, the listing agent says, noting the "beast in the basement" -- the cumbersome oil tank -- is gone, freeing up space. Built in 1908, the house also features a wraparound porch, original wood floors and window moldings. Also common for its era is a stained-glass window at the landing of the staircase. Other details include four bedrooms and two updated bathrooms. It is set on a 50-by-216-foot parcel. Amenities include a third-floor attic. Bob Gandley and Susan Leshaw, Alan Deblat Real Estate, 516-377-1111.
17 White Ave.
Near shopping and transportation, this stone-fronted Cape sits on a level .37-acre wooded parcel. Interior features include a living room with stone fireplace, a family room with a cathedral ceiling and an updated kitchen. There are four bedrooms and three full bathrooms. Wood floors, carpeting and recessed lighting are among the other details. Amenities include a finished basement, one-car garage and a backyard deck. Bonnie Glenn, Coach Realtors, 631-584-3950.
408 McCall Ave.
This seven-room ranch features wood floors and recessed lighting. The layout includes a living room and an eat-in kitchen with updated appliances, as well as three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Amenities include a finished basement and a newer heating system. The 40-by-100-foot lot has a fenced yard. Paul Dougherty and Kimberly Bullis-Byrd, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 631-673-6800.