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Rentals of the Day: Syosset and Centerport
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 Lilac Drive
Length of lease Six months
General description This is a three-bedroom, one-bath, one-half-bath split-level.
Useful to know The house has been freshly painted, and the kitchen was recently updated.
Availability Dec. 6 or beyond
To get In You need to pay one month's rent, one-month security and a one-month broker's fee.
This house in Syosset is for rent for $2,900 a month.
Listing agent Phyllis Halpern, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 516-623-4500
Where McKinley Terrace
Length of lease Six to nine months
General description This is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, one half-bath Colonial.
Useful to know The property has beach and mooring rights.
To get In You need to pay one month's rent, two months' security and a one-month broker's fee.
Listing agent Karen Finneran, Coach Realtors, 631-427-1200