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Why you should buy her house in Southold

Stacy Brandfon with her mom Janice, stand in

Stacy Brandfon with her mom Janice, stand in the living area of the home. This Southold home at 205 Sunnyside Rd. is off a quiet dead end street. (Oct. 10, 2012) Credit: Randee Daddona

Seller. Janice Brandfon

Address. 205 Sunnyside Rd., Southold

Asking price. $342,500

The competition. A three-bedroom ranch on Kenneys Road is on the
market for $429,000.

Recent sale in the area. A two-bedroom, two-bath ranch on Clearview Avenue sold at the end of September for $321,500.

Taxes. $5,012

Time on the market. Since August

Listing agent. Ronald Holthaus, Hamptons Realty Associates, Southampton, 631-283-7400

Why it’s for sale. Janice, 88, and her daughter Stacy, 59, will be moving to the South Fork.

Janice and her daughter Stacy have lived in this three-bedroom, two-bathroom Cape for five years. The 1,080-square-foot-home was built in 1960 and is on .23 acre. Stacy says of the home:

“It’s very peaceful . . . There are only four houses on the street. We’re right near the hamlet and can walk to the supermarket, library and post office, and you can bike to the beach. We have a wood-burning fireplace in the living room . . . and a screened-in porch that leads to the kitchen . . . The garage has been converted to an art studio, but can easily be converted back to a two-car garage. There’s storage available in an overhead loft. The two full bathrooms are new . . . Plus, we have an outside shower. The heating and hot water system are new. There’s a handicap ramp to the screened-in porch, which was there when we moved in.

Janice adds: “This house is very comfortable for me. My bedroom and bathroom are next to each other on the ground floor. It’s a comfortable house.”


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