Buying and selling real estate in the communities of Long Island
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The "Growing Up Gotti" home is for sale.
Author Victoria Gotti -- daughter of the late organized crime boss John Gotti -- is asking $2.499 million for the Old Westbury estate. Much of the A&E series took place at the house, where Gotti and her three sons, Carmine, Frank and John, still live.
The four-plus-acre property, which has been on and off the market over the years,...Read more »
Nearly every national housing and population trend points to an increased demand for rental living. Younger adults are seeking out the lifestyle that downtown areas provide and baby boomers are downsizing as they reach retirement. Yet Long Island is woefully unprepared to meet these needs, according to a report released this week by the Regional Plan Association, a research and advocacy organization.
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Sellers. Richard and Wendi Keeperman
Address. 1 Stoll Ct., Dix Hills
Asking price. $899,000
The competition. A similar-sized expanded ranch on Brothers Court is listed at $969,000.
Area recent sale. A three-bedroom, two-bath ranch on nearby Caledonia Road sold Aug. 6 for $565,000.
Time on the market. Since mid-April
Listing agent. Madeleine...Read more »
Newsday's LI Home editor Valerie Kellogg appeared on News 12 Long Island Tuesday night, as she does every Tuesday night around 7:15, to talk about high-end homes on the market.
Here's the clip, in case you missed it, with a list of the agents representing each of the properties. To see past segments, click here:
The Enzo Moribito Team, Douglas Elliman Real Estate,...Read more »
A 2005 Colonial in the Village of Asharoken is on the market for $5.5 million. It not only offers 150 feet of waterfront on Northport Bay but also has a design similar to a “top-tier Manhattan apartment,” said Risa Ziegler, listing agent with Jyll Kata of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
This three-story, 7,000-square-foot home has an open layout on the first level with the living room, dining...Read more »
History is just a short walk away from this white ranch house in Cove Neck, which is across the street from Sagamore Hill, also known as President Theodore Roosevelt’s summer White House. It on the market for $1.575 million.
The house, built in 1966, is on 4.5 acres next to land that is part of the Sagamore Hill National Historic Site and has been preserved. Roosevelt, the 26th president,...Read more »
Modular apartment buildings just might be the next big real estate trend to hit the region. New York City’s first prefabricated building, the Stack, a 28-unit, six-story apartment building in the Inwood section, recently went up -- and now Nassau County has its first.
Village Lofts, a modular 29-unit residential rental complex on Front Street in Hempstead is slated for occupancy in early October.
The...Read more »
CitiMortgage representatives will meet with homeowners this weekend in Hauppauge to discuss mortgage modifications, refinancing and other potential help for those in distress.
The one-on-one consultations will take place on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Upsky Long Island Hotel at 110 Motor Pkwy.
Homeowners should bring their mortgage account number; pay stubs for the last 60...Read more »
This property in Port Jefferson Station has some local history attached -- literally.
On the market for $575,000, the nearly 2-acre property includes a three-bedroom ranch, as well as a popular farm stand that has been operating for 50 years. Originally known as Scappy’s, the farm stand is currently rented out to Davis Peach Farm, which sells local produce, fruit pies and plants. There are...Read more »
This Sagaponack home has plenty of architectural pedigree. It was designed by Charles Forberg, who also built the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton and is son-in-law of German architect Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus school.
It is on the market for $4.995 million.
Listing agent Michael Schultz of The Corcoran Group considers the house, built in 1994, a precursor to the...Read more »