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39 Raynor St., FreeportBuilt in 1908, this vintage (Credit: Handout)

39 Raynor St., Freeport

Built in 1908, this vintage Victorian -- with a wraparound porch -- was just converted to gas heat from oil heat, according to listing agents Bob Gandley and Susan Leshaw of Alan Deblat Real Estate, who were asking $350,000 for the home in November 2013.

Long Island homes for sale for $350,000

Here is this week's look at Long Island homes with a notable feature. If you want to sell or rent a unique, historic or famous home, or one with a special feature, call Lisa Doll Bruno. Phone: 631-843-2793, fax: 631-843-5459, email: lisa.doll-bruno@newsday.com.

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408 McCall Ave., West IslipThis seven-room ranch
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408 McCall Ave., West Islip

This seven-room ranch is situated on 40-by-100-foot lot with a fenced yard and is listed in November 2013 for $350,000 by Paul Dougherty and Kimberly Bullis-Byrd of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

408 McCall Ave., West IslipThe three-bedroom, two-bathroom
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408 McCall Ave., West Islip

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home has an open living room, wood floors and recessed lighting.

408 McCall Ave., West IslipThe eat-in kitchen
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408 McCall Ave., West Islip

The eat-in kitchen has updated appliances.

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408 McCall Ave., West IslipAmenities include a
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408 McCall Ave., West Islip

Amenities include a finished basement and a newer heating system.

39 Raynor St., FreeportBuilt in 1908, this vintage
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39 Raynor St., Freeport

Built in 1908, this vintage Victorian -- with a wraparound porch -- was just converted to gas heat from oil heat, according to listing agents Bob Gandley and Susan Leshaw of Alan Deblat Real Estate, who were asking $350,000 for the home in November 2013.

39 Raynor St., FreeportThe four-bedroom, two-bathroom home features

39 Raynor St., Freeport

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home features original wood floors and window moldings.

39 Raynor St., FreeportAlso common for its era
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39 Raynor St., Freeport

Also common for its era is a stained-glass window at the landing of the staircase.

39 Raynor St., FreeportThe house has a third-floor
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39 Raynor St., Freeport

The house has a third-floor attic and is set on a large, 50-by-216-foot lot.

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17 White Ave., St. JamesNear shopping and transportation,
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17 White Ave., St. James

Near shopping and transportation, this stone-fronted Cape sits on a level .37-acre wooded parcel with a one-car garage and a backyard deck. It's listed for $350,000 in November 2013 by Bonnie Glenn of Coach Realtors.

17 White Ave., St. JamesInside, there's a stone
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17 White Ave., St. James

Inside, there's a stone fireplace in the living room, wood floors in many of the rooms and recessed lighting.

17 White Ave., St. JamesThere's also an updated
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17 White Ave., St. James

There's also an updated kitchen and a family room with a cathedral ceiling.

17 White Ave., St. JamesThe four-bedroom, three-bathroom home
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17 White Ave., St. James

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home includes a finished basement.

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