411 Bayville Ave., $2,000 per month
This two-bedroom apartment, about 50 feet from a private beach, features a patio that overlooks the Long Island Sound, says listing agent Nick Nicoletta of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. There are 12 windows scattered throughout the second-floor apartment, some offering water views.
The newly renovated apartment, inside a house on a 4,500-square-foot property, features vaulted ceilings and tile floors. The open layout includes a corner kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher and a living room with access to the patio. The 1,000-square-foot apartment also includes a full bathroom and two bedrooms with hardwood floors.
There are three dedicated parking spots to the side of the house and a washer and dryer that are shared with the first-level tenants. The security deposit is one month’s rent. Nick Nicoletta, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 917-470-7002.
186 Uncas St., $2,000 per month
At this fully renovated two-bedroom cottage, all utilities are included, even lawn maintenance on the 0.34-acre property. The whole-house rental includes an open floor plan with hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings with original exposed beams. The main entry of the one-story home opens to the living room, which leads to a granite kitchen with a stained-glass window and farmhouse sink.
The house, which has a new energy-efficient heating and cooling system, is also equipped with a stackable washer and dryer. The bathroom, featuring tilework in the shower and hardwood floors, has been redone. An outside entrance off the kitchen opens to a back patio with an overhang.
The private backyard boasts a 6-by-8-foot storage shed exclusively for tenant use, the listing agent says. Two parking spots are available in the driveway. The security deposit is one month’s rent. Jacqueline Evans, Long Island Homes and Horse Properties, 631-979-2965.
255 Central Ave., $1,980 per month
This two-bedroom co-op is on the second floor of the Southgate Cooperative Residence, which is two blocks from the Lawrence Long Island Rail Road station. The co-op unit features a newly updated eat-in kitchen with ceramic floors and a living room and dining room area lined in hardwood floors.
The unit, with high ceilings throughout, features one full bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. The building includes a storage area in the basement and parking garage, though there is currently a waiting list for a spot, the listing agent says.
The rental of the co-op, which also has an option to buy for $235,000, is subject to board approval and an application fee. The rental price includes heat and hot water. Genevieve Gold, Magic of Great Neck Realty, 516-322-5207.