Nassau, Suffolk Sandy-damaged homes that sold at auction

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More than 80 Sandy-damaged properties were sold at auction by New York state on Thursday, May 11, including more than two dozen Long Island homes. Buyers were able to secure these properties at a fraction of their original home values. See some of the home's that sold, their original value and the price they were recently bought at, below.

Freeport

This property in Freeport was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $400,000

Sold at auction for $140,000

This 6,400-square-foot lot in Freeport doesn't have a house on it anymore, but does back up to a canal.

Amityville

This home in Amityville was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $430,000

Sold at auction for $127,500

This 5-bedroom, 2-bathroom home in Amityville was built in 1953 and features 1,825 square feet of living space.

Oceanside

This home in Oceanside was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: N/A

Sold at auction for $160,000

This 1,832-square-foot high ranch features 3 bedroom and 2 bathrooms. New York state could not provide a pre-storm value on the property.

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Freeport

This home in Freeport was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $365,000

Sold at auction for $127,500

This 902-square-foot ranch home in Freeport features 2 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. It's situated on a 4,244-square-foot lot. 

Seaford

This home in Seaford was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $310,000

Sold at auction for $82,500

This 1,167-square-foot cape, above, red, in Seaford features 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, backing up to a canal with 25 linear feet of waterfront.

Amityville

This home in Amityville was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $575,000

Sold at auction for $160,000

This 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom cap in Amityville was built in 1929 and features 40 linear feet of waterfrontage on a canal.

Amityville

This home in Amityville was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $490,000

Sold at auction for $190,000

This 3,940-square-foot colonial home in Amityville features 5 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. It includes roughly half an acre of property. 

Lindenhurst

This property in Lindenhurst was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $450,000

Sold at auction for $175,000

This 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home in Lindenhurst features 50 linear feet of waterfront with canal access. 

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Lindenhurst

This property in Lindenhurst was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $290,000

This property was not sold at auction.

This 946-square-foot ranch in Lindenhurst features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a two-car garage. The house is listed as a two-family home.

Lindenhurst

This property in Lindenhurst was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $330,000

Sold at auction for $95,000

This 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom colonial home in Lindenhurst was built in 1945 and features 1,727 square feet of living space.

 

Massapequa

This property in Massapequa was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $825,000

Sold at auction for $420,000

This 2,762-square-foot home in Massapequa features 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a 2-car garage. It also includes 80 linear feet of waterfront access to a canal.

Oceanside

This property in Oceanside was damaged by Superstorm
(Credit: Barry Sloan)

Pre-storm value: $475,000

Sold at auction for $155,000

This Oceanside cape home features 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a 1-car garage. It was built in 1948. 

Rocky Point

Two vacant waterfront lots in Rocky Point, were
(Credit: Newsday/John Paraskevas)

Pre-storm value: $1,060,000

Sold at auction for $175,000

This auction included two vacant, waterfront lots in Rocky Point. There were no homes on either property.

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