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Rentals of the Day: Oceanside and Bayport
Long Islanders displaced by superstorm Sandy face a new crisis — finding a place to live. Each day Real LI will feature two Long Island rentals — one in Nassau County and one in Suffolk County — that are available. There is a mad rush for housing, so if you are interested in the rental, be sure to call about it soon:
Where Tilrose Avenue
Length of lease One year
General description This is a two-bedroom, one-bath unit on the second floor.
Useful to know The house did not sustain damage in the storm. Tenants can use the backyard and park in the driveway.
Pets Small pets allowed
Availability Dec. 1
To get In You need to pay the first month's rent, one-month security and a broker's fee.
Listing agent Anna Aprea and Vanessa Ambrosecchia, Century 21 American Homes, 516-223-2525
Where Terrace Road
Length of lease Flexible
General description This is a two-room unit in the Southern Meadows development, which has a swimming pool, playground, fitness center, basketball court and dog run.
Useful to know The development is currently offering a special -- if a tenant moves in by Dec. 31, he or she will receive $300 off the first month's rent.
Pets Yes, but charges apply
To get in You need to pay the first month's rent, a security deposit, broker's fee and a $40 application fee.
Listing agent Wendy Sanders, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 516-466-2100