Seller: Kathleen Stoll

Address: 6244 Northern Blvd., East Norwich

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Asking price: $639,000

The basics: A four-bedroom, three-bath Colonial on a 86-by-136-foot lot

The competition: A four-bedroom, two-bath Colonial on Yorkshire Drive is listed for $609,000.

This East Norwich four-bedroom Colonial is on the market in August 2016 for $639,000. The photo is from Aug. 14. Photo Credit: Ivy Neal

Recent sale in the area: A four-bedroom, 2.5-bath Colonial on Hilltop Lane sold July 13 for $815,000.

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Taxes: $9,604 ($8,826 with STAR exemption)

Time on the market: Since June 28

Listing agent: Maureen Stoll, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Babylon, 516-384-4954.

Why it’s for sale: Kathy, 55, an operating room scheduler at St. Francis Hospital in Flower Hill, says she wants to downsize.

This is the backyard of Kathy Stoll's East Norwich Colonial on Aug. 14, 2016. It is private, she says, with room for a pool. Photo Credit: Ivy Neal

Stoll’s classic Colonial with an attached garage and double-wide driveway was built in 1964. She shares her thoughts about the house:

“People always say they like this yard. I love to keep it neat and manicured, and there are some great plantings here. It’s completely fenced in, with gates on each side of the house.

The backyard is very peaceful. There’s an oversized patio with plenty of room for a pool. It’s very private back there. The neighborhood is terrific and the neighbors are all very nice.

"There are two enormous skylights in the den, where there’s also a wood-burning fireplace. I also have a formal living room and a formal dining room. The living room goes from the front of the house to the back.

"Half of the basement is finished. There’s a workshop and laundry room on the unfinished side, and there’s plenty of storage in the laundry room.

The front entrance of Kathy Stoll's East Norwich home on Aug. 14 , 2016. It is on the market in Aug. 16, 2016, for $639,000. Photo Credit: Ivy Neal

I always liked Colonials and really loved this house when I first saw it years ago.”