165 Red Fawn Rd.
Surrounded by 25 acres of preserved wooded land, this custom house -- about 5,100 square feet -- is set on a 2.5-acre parcel, which is landscaped in part with a heated in-ground pool and a pool house. The interior has wood floors, crown moldings and multiple fireplaces, including those in the dining room, great room, kitchen and enclosed porch. The finished basement is designed with a wine cellar, home theater and billiards room. Other spaces include an exercise room.
The house has a total of 5½ bathrooms and six bedrooms, including two master suites -- one on the main level, the other on the second floor. Other amenities include central air conditioning and a three-car garage. Jeanmarie Bay and Nicholas Planamento, Town & Country Real Estate, 917-519-4180 and 631-948-0143, respectively.
406 Vanderbilt Blvd.
Situated in Idle Hour on a 75-by-200-foot lot, this seven-room Colonial was built in 2003. Since it sits on elevated ground, the house did not sustain any water damage from superstorm Sandy, says the listing agent.
The house has views of Great South Bay from the second floor and has about 3,300 square feet of living space. Features include wood floors and a fireplace, as well as three bedrooms and three full bathrooms, including the master suite. A viewing deck and the laundry room are on the second floor.
The house, which is near the marina and the Snapper Inn, a waterside restaurant, is in great condition, the agent adds. Amenities include central air-conditioning, a two-car garage, in-ground sprinklers and a shed. Residents have access to a private beach. John Anahory, Pat Kassten Realty, 631-589-8222.
184 McKinley Ave.
Set on a 65-by-85-foot lot in Harbor Isle, which borders Island Park, this six-room split-level has wood floors and carpet. The main level includes the living room, dining room and kitchen. Two bedrooms and an updated bath are on the next level. The lower level has a den and utility room. Michael Scully, Century 21 Scully Realty, 516-889-7110.