Short sale homes on the market on Long Island

The home at 991 Baeck St. in Ronkonkoma, The home at 991 Baeck St. in Ronkonkoma, listed as a short sale in October 2013, features a distinct dining room. Photo Credit: Handout

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RONKONKOMA

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991 Baeck St.

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$219,000

Offering several updates, this six-room Cape has a renovated kitchen with granite countertops and 4-year-old appliances. The windows, vinyl siding and chimney liner also have been redone. Other features include porcelain and wood floors. Of three bedrooms, the master is on the main level. There are two bathrooms -- one up and one down. Amenities include central air-conditioning and a detached, one-car garage. Rudy Aversano and Diane Aversano, RE/MAX Eastern Properties, 631-585-1055

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MEDFORD

244 Mill Road

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$190,999

Set on 1 acre, this log cabin, which has a covered front porch, has four levels of living space. The main level layout includes an entrance foyer, a living room with a wood- burning stove, a dining room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The master suite with loft is on the second floor, while the third floor contains two bedrooms and a half-bath. The finished basement needs some work. The house has a total of 3 1/2 bathrooms. Gary Bauman and Melanie Mazzeo, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 631-499-9191

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BALDWIN HARBOR

968 Steele Blvd.

$269,000

This circa-1913 Colonial has a covered front porch as well as wood floors. Updates include the heating system and replacement windows. The first floor includes a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and a half-bath, while a full bath and all three bedrooms are on the second floor. The house is on a 50-by-120-foot lot, says the listing agent. Amenities include a finished basement and a detached, one-car garage. Alan Levine, Charles Rutenberg Realty, 516-224-4696

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