This Bohemia condo listed for $427,000 is on sale. Until the end of the month, the two-bedroom, 2.5-bath unit has been reduced to $389,000.

The markdown on the home at 17 Yellowstone Loop and eight other brand-new units at the Parkplace by Island Estates development is meant to lure in buyers before the homebuyer’s tax credit expires. Those who want the slashed price must be in contract on a property by April 30, says broker Kenneth Sadler, sales director for Island Estates (631-750-5543).

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The condo has two floors, as well as a full basement, and features cherry hardwood floors, cherry kitchen cabinets, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The 72-unit development has a heated in-ground pool, a clubhouse and a gym. Monthly common charges of $318 cover maintenance of the grounds, including snow removal, a feature Sadler, a resident, seems to really appreciate. By 11 one morning during a storm that dumped more than two feet of snow in his neighborhood, his driveway was clear, he says, adding, “I didn’t lift a shovel.”

It is one of several Bohemia homes holding open houses this week:

THURSDAY
5:30 to 7 p.m.
Ranch for $389,000 at 1623 Washington Ave.

SATURDAY
Noon to 4 p.m.
Condo for $387,900 at 4 Yellowstone Loop (at same time Sunday)
Condo for $397,000 at 12 Yellowstone Loop (at same time Sunday)
Condo for $427,000 at 17 Yellowstone Loop (at same time Sunday)

1 to 3 p.m.
High-ranch for $384,900 at 435 Johnson Path (at same time Sunday)

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SUNDAY
1 to 3 p.m.
Split for $339,000 at 1622 Julia Goldbach Ave.
High-ranch for $439,990 at 1472 Pine Ave.

 

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