Seller: Jacqui Errico

Address: 902 Constance Lane, Port Jefferson Station

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Asking price: $424,000

The basics: A two-bedroom, 2½-bath townhome in The Ranches condominium complex

The competition: A similar-size unit in the same complex is listed for $459,999.

The kitchen of Jacqui Errico's Port Jefferson Station condo unit on Oct. 25, 2016. The unit is on the market in November 2016 for $424,000. Photo Credit: Newsday / John Paraskevas

Recent nearest sale: A one-bedroom unit next to Erricos’ condo sold July 1 for $215,000.

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Taxes: $3,923 ($2,839 with STAR exemption) plus a $445 monthly common charge

Time on the market: Since August

Listing agent: Nora Bily, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Smithtown, 631-863-9800

Why it’s for sale: Errico, 66, executive director and co-founder of Strength for Life, a nonprofit that provides free exercise classes and wellness retreats to cancer patients, says she will be retiring and moving to South Carolina.

The L-shaped room in Jacqui Errico's Port Jefferson Station condo unit accommodate both living and dining rooms. The photo is from Oct. 26, 2016. Photo Credit: Newsday / John Paraskevas

It’s a tossup for Errico as to whether it’s her unit or the community that she loves most. She shares:

“I bought this based on the master suite. It has a vaulted ceiling, and it’s light and airy and the bathroom is spalike. It’s wonderful to soak in that Jacuzzi tub. . . .

"You get so much here. There are tennis courts, a pool, a boccie court and a shuffleboard court. The clubhouse has an exercise room and pool and pingpong tables. It’s like a mini resort here. There’s a lot of activity, but you don’t have to participate if you don’t want. Women gather for mahjong and men play poker. . . .

"I have an L-shaped living room and dining room combination. It has a good flow for entertaining. I have a large dining room table, and even when it’s expanded, I still have room. I put in a patio with pavers and beautiful, wide, rounded steps. You just step out of the dining room and have this gorgeous pond view to enjoy. It’s very private and peaceful.

"There’s a full unfinished basement, and the driveway can hold two cars. When I have company, I park in the garage and there’s still space for two more cars. I love this unit. It’s really bright and lovely.”

Jacqui Errico says she bought her condominium unit because she liked the light and space in the master bedroom. The unit is on the market in November 2016 for $424,000. Photo Credit: Newsday / John Paraskevas