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3 recently renovated Long Island homes under $500G

This Kings Park high-ranch, listed at $499,000, includes

This Kings Park high-ranch, listed at $499,000, includes four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Credit: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Kings Park

150 Alder Dr.


This recently renovated high ranch, with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, offers views of the Nissequogue River and Long Island Sound, says the home’s listing agent. The house, which the agent says was renovated about four months ago, includes an open living room, dining room and eat-in kitchen with quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. Three bedrooms and an updated bathroom are on the main level. The first floor features an additional bedroom and bathroom, plus a family room with sliding glass doors leading to the backyard. The 1973 house, with new electric and heating and central air conditioning systems, has a recently paved driveway plus new siding and stone steps. The .23-acre property, with taxes of $10,149, is down the road from Nissequogue River State Park. Stephanie Hagstrom, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 631-478-7942    

Bay Shore

621 Pine St.


This ranch, which the listing agent says was just renovated, offers three bedrooms and one bathroom. The house, originally built in 1955, has a living room-dining room combination and an adjacent kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a mosaic backsplash. The house, which includes a main-level laundry room, also has a full basement that is partially finished. The exterior features new roofing, siding and landscaping, as well as a new driveway and paver walkway. The 80-by-100-foot property, situated on the Brightwaters border south of Sunrise Highway, has taxes of $9,358. Stacy McFadden, Signature Premier Properties, 917-613-9604    


7 Lexington Ave.


This Cape, with two bedrooms and one bathroom, was renovated within the last three months, says the home’s listing agent. Beyond a heated vestibule is a living room with a mantled fireplace. With hardwood floors throughout, the main level also includes a dining room and a kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a breakfast nook. The bathroom features subway tiled walls and porcelain tiled flooring. The 1928 house — which the agent says has updated electric, plumbing, roofing, siding and windows — also has an unfinished basement and a walk-up attic.  Taxes on the 40-by-115-foot property are $12,420.  Leon Sanchez, Newman Realty Inc., 516-599-2800    

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