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The High and the Low: A look at the Brookhaven market

Most expensive home on the market: $1,199,000 Built

Most expensive home on the market: $1,199,000 Built in 2008, this post-modern home has had many custom improvements. “It is a magnificent house and uses unique materials,” says listing agent Deborah Galligan of Marylou Swan Realty Corp (631-289-5550). The floors are mother of pearl, the freeform inground pool is surrounded by crab orchard stone, and the decks are made from expensive and maintenance-free material known as Azek. The home has four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, a formal dining room, an eat-in-kitchen, a family room and a crawlspace basement. “Everything is custom inside and outside … the builder did some really beautiful things” Galligan says. Photo Credit: Marylou Swan Realty Corp.

Welcome to the latest installment of the High and the Low, where we look at the highest priced and the lowest priced houses in a particular Long Island community's market. Today, we focus on Brookhaven:

Most expensive home on the market: $1,199,000

Built in 2008, this post-modern home has had many custom improvements. “It is a magnificent house and uses unique materials,” says listing agent Deborah Galligan of Marylou Swan Realty Corp. (631-289-5550). The floors are mother of pearl, the freeform inground pool is surrounded by crab orchard stone, and the decks are made from expensive and maintenance-free material known as Azek. The home has four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, a formal dining room, an eat-in-kitchen, a family room and a crawlspace basement. “Everything is custom inside and outside … the builder did some really beautiful things” Galligan says.

Least expensive home on the market: $179,000

This three-bedroom, one-bathroom house was built in 1960 and needs some TLC, says co-listing agent Lisa Stulz of Advantage + Realty Corp. (631-957-0096). “It needs updating, it needs to be refreshed,” Stulz says. The home has a partially finished basement, an eat-in-kitchen, a formal dining room and an unfinished attic. It also has a front porch and decking in the backyard, as well as an aboveground pool.
 

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