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If you want a Tudor house for under $1 million

This four-bedroom West Hempstead Tudor is listed for

This four-bedroom West Hempstead Tudor is listed for $598,000. Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate

West Hempstead

246 Spruce St.


This four-bedroom Tudor, with a stucco exterior, boasts dual peaks, a rounded doorway and a brick-lined walkway. The home, built in 1928, features 1 1⁄2 bathrooms, with the full bath having been renovated within the last year, the listing agent says. The foyer leads into the living room, which includes a wood-burning fireplace and attached den. The main level also features a dining room and updated eat-in kitchen that has stainless steel appliances, porcelain flooring and sliding glass doors that open to a paver patio in the backyard. The master bedroom is on the second level with two additional bedrooms and a full bathroom. A fourth bedroom, with a walk-in closet, is on the third floor. The house has hardwood floors and new lighting throughout, the agent adds. The 49-by-100-foot property, with taxes of $11,893, also includes a partially finished basement, a new washer and dryer, and a detached two-car garage. Elisa Rosen, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 917-613-2614

Floral Park

65 Larch Ave.


The craftsmanship in this three-bedroom Tudor includes an arched front doorway surrounded in stone and a chimney, also stone, that climbs the front of the stucco house. The 1930 home, with 1 1⁄2 bathrooms, also includes a living room with a stone fireplace. Also on the main level is a formal dining room, a den with built-in bookshelves and an eat-in kitchen with sliding glass doors that open to a yard that includes an in-ground pool with a waterfall. The master bedroom, with a walk-in closet, is on the upper level with two additional bedrooms and a bathroom. The house also boasts a walk-up attic and a finished basement with a half-bathroom and laundry area. The 50-by-100-foot property, with taxes of $15,818, includes a detached one-car garage. Tara Egan, Coach Realtors, 516-306-7060


50 Oakwood Rd.


This three-bedroom Tudor, with a stucco exterior and an arched doorway surrounded by brick, has been fully renovated within the last six months, the home’s listing agent says. Beyond the entry foyer is a living room that features a wood-burning fireplace and an archway that leads into the formal dining room. The new kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. The main level, with hardwood flooring throughout, also includes one of the home’s two fully updated bathrooms. The master bedroom, which has three closets, is on the upper level with two additional bedrooms and the second bathroom. The 1927 house — which the agent says has new plumbling, central air-conditioning and a gas furnace — also features a full unfinished basement. The 0.12-acre lot, with a detached two-car garage and a covered porch with a slate patio, has property taxes of $11,163. Deborah Sande and John Sinkevich, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, 631-427-6600, ext. 229

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