At 2,898 square feet, a contemporary home in Coram listed at $799,000 with annual taxes of $12,768 is “a great house for the price,” says listing agent Paul Perrone of Realty Connect USA Long Island.
Built in 1986, the five-bedroom, 2½-bath home is set on 0.33 acre that backs up onto undeveloped Town of Brookhaven property, Perrone said. The house, which has solar panels, is zoned for the Mount Sinai School District.
A large deck off the kitchen has multiple seating spots, and there’s an above-ground pool and a gazebo.
Perrone, who is co-listing with Donna Cappuccio, says that the entrance to the home, which is bordered by a white-picket fence, has a sweeping U-shaped driveway with space for up to six cars. A vaulted entry foyer and multiple skylights provide plenty of natural light.
There’s a junior primary bedroom on the first floor and four bedrooms on the second level, including a large primary with a full bath with a spa tub and a shower. An open concept kitchen has extra counter space, as well as an eat-in counter with stools.
A formal dining room and a family room complete the open flow. The house doesn’t have a basement or a garage.