There are a few low-priced homes on Long Island, some of which are move-in ready, but might require updates.
Copiague to benefit from downtown development
Family-friendly and affordable, Copiague has become a coveted location for its low taxes.
Old Brookville brick Georgian lists for $2.398M
A second-floor loft area features an 800-square-foot guest suite with rear staircase and backyard access, kitchen, living and dining areas, bedroom, and full bathroom.
Create a cozy window seat to take advantage of views
Window seats are inviting, creating a comfy spot to read a book. It's also a great way to add some architectural interest to your home.
Historic Matinecock property asks $1.6M
The earliest portion of the property's six-bedroom home dates back to the late 1700s, with other portions added later.
LI home tied to Gwathmey lists for $1,085,888
In 1972 the home received an Award of Excellence in Residential Design from the publication Architectural Record.
Restored Manhasset home lists for $2.799M
The owners fell in love with the home's character and undertook a more than five-year renovation process.
Expanded ranch in Great Neck asks $2.5M
The house has custom interiors, a pool in the backyard and is close to Northern Boulevard and LIE, the agent says.
Center Moriches ranch on the market for $465,900
The home accentuates custom moldings with high ceilings throughout, and spells Victorian charm.
Central Islip poised for new development, with $10M boost from state
The state funding will pay for mixed-use building construction along an 11-block stretch, as well as aesthetic improvements.
Manhasset front porch Colonial lists for $3.699M
In 2019, the sellers put on a new cedar roof and deck with railings, but have since decided to move to an even larger home in the neighborhood, the listing agent says.