There's a lot of competition out there, but the descriptions of these Long Island homes for sale would make TV's ultimate ad man Don Draper proud:
What makes this Long Beach condo stand out? Aside from its locale on the Atlantic Ocean, the three-bedroom, two-bath unit has an "incredible aura and hypnotic views," according to the listing with Gerald and Marina Hirschhorn of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate. For $899,000, the sellers promise the home will become your "sanctuary" and make you "thank your lucky stars."
There are decks, and then there are decks like the one at this Ronkonkoma Colonial listed for $379,990 with Prudential's Annette Mina. There, the homeowners suggest that you "ballroom dance on your deck and overlook your oversized property."
"Ahoy, yachtsman -- it's all about the water," bellows the listing with Kathleen Rosenbaum of Lloyds Realty for this Greenport ranch on the market for $849,000. The three-bedroom, two-bath home comes with 100 feet of bulkhead and floaters.
This Lindenhurst house has some competition, but at least the community is neighborly. Or so it seems from the listing with Michael Bello of Michael Bello Realtors for this $299,990 three-bedroom, two-bath home. In it, the sellers link to two other nearby homes for sale and suggests that potential buyers "see your neighbors"!
And then there's another neighbor -- this Lindenhurst Cape -- that has a "private corner Disney-like property," thanks to its perennials and grape, pear cherry and apple trees, says the listing with Joseph Perrone of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. If Snow White came by to explore the $356,500, 100-by-80-foot property, she'd also find three waterfalls nestled in the landscape.