With Memorial Day fast approaching, these three homes — all featuring built-in barbecues — are havens for hot summer living.

This 1995 Manorville Colonial boasts a “Country Club-treed yard” with a waterfall and a pond. There’s impressive multilevel decking, a brick walkway and a built-in barbecue. Listed for $489,990, the home has five bedrooms, two full and one half-baths, a fireplace, central air conditioning and a partially finished basement. The property is located in a cul-de-sac surrounded by a nature preserve, so it’s a private setting,” says listing agent Gina Galante of Coldwell Banker. She adds, the home is in “mint” condition.

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The proximity of this 1960 home to Westbury village is a “rare find,” says co-listing agent Laura Corley of North Site Realty. “It’s in beautiful condition,” she says. The home has four bedrooms, two full baths, an updated kitchen and sits on an 80-foot-by-100-foot lot. “The backyard barbecue is built into a deck. It’s great for family entertaining,” Corley says. It’s on the market for $429,000.

This spacious 12-room cape is on a quiet cul-de-sac in West Hempstead. The 1946 home, selling for $485,000, has four bedrooms, two full and one half baths, a fireplace in the living room and a two-car attached garage. Amenities include central air conditioning, a security system and an in-ground sprinkler system. The built-in barbecue shares the backyard with a flagstone patio.


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