If you want a house rental on Long Island
Check out this week's look at Long Island homes with a notable feature. If you want to sell or rent a unique, historic or famous home, or one with a special feature, call Lisa Doll Bruno phone: 631-843-2793, fax: 631-843-5459, email: email@example.com.
Set on a .67-acre parcel, this eight-room Colonial -- more than 2,000 square feet -- has four bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. Located at 211 Echo Ave. in Miller Place, the home features wood floors, cathedral ceilings, high-hat lighting, three skylights and Andersen windows. Listing agent Isabel Melo-Kay of Bel Breeze Real Estate was asking $2,500 per month for the home in early December 2012.
There are two stone fireplaces in the Miller Place home -- one in the den and the other in the master suite. The laundry room is on the first floor. Amenities include a two-car garage, in-ground sprinklers, two-zone heating and a full basement. The lease is for one year, and a two-month security deposit is required. Tenant responsibilities include payment of utilities. A rental application must be filled out and a credit check will be performed, says the listing agent. The house is also for sale, with a list price of $339,900.
The lease on this Cape at 134 Cocks Lane in Locust Valley is for one year, but the listing agent says the owner is flexible and will consider a shorter-term agreement of at least six months. Susana Muir, of Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty in Locust Valle, was asking $2,700 per month for the home in December 2012.
Set on a flat, 102-by-150-foot lot, this five-room Locust Valley house has two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. It also has a living room, a dining room, an eat-in kitchen and a laundry room.
Features of this home at 134 Cocks Lane include wood floors, moldings and a fireplace. It has a detached two-car garage with a covered side porch.
A one-month security deposit is required for the Locust Valley rental. The tenant is responsible for payment of utilities as well as landscaping. Pets are not allowed.
This 1800s Italianate-style house at 148 Main St. in Roslyn across from a pond and is believed to have been built by Irish immigrant Samuel Dugan. The home was listed in December 2012 by Rick Stein, of Douglas Elliman Real Estate in Roslyn, for $4,000 per month.
With folks displaced by superstorm Sandy in mind, the lease terms on this renovated historical Roslyn home is month to month, says the listing agent. Features include wood floors, decorative moldings, a fireplace and an updated kitchen.
There are four bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms at the 148 Main St. home. A detached two-car garage is on the 61-by-377-foot lot. The tenant is responsible for utilities and grounds care. A two-month security deposit is required.