Sold Homes Report

Amityville, New York 11701

In Amityville, N.Y., 21 new houses were listed for sale in the month of April and 12 houses closed. Of the sold homes, 9 are in the Amityville School District and3 are in Copiague School District. The highest house sold for $875,000. The original list price was $899,000. This 5 bedroom, 3.5 colonial waterfront house on Riverside Court in Amityville SD, was on the market for 20 days.

Babylon, New York 11702
During the month of April there were 18 new listings in Babylon, N.Y., 9 houses closed, 5 of which is in Babylon School District and 3 is in West Babylon SD. The highest priced sold home was a 4 bedroom 2.5 bath colonial on Mayhew Ave. It was listed at $1,275,000. It stayed on the market for 129 days and sold for $1,175,000.

Bay Shore, NewYork 11706
Bay Shore, N.Y. had 41 new houses listed for sale during April. There were 44 sold homes during that period. The highest sale price was a 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath colonial on S. Montgomery Ave. It was originally listed at $699,999, on the market for 8 days and sold for $685,000.
Sold homes were in the following School Districts:
Bay Shore 13
Brentwood 22
Islip 4
West Islip 4

Copiague, New York 11726
16 houses sold in Copiague, N.Y. and 14 houses were listed during April. A 5 bedroom, bath hi-ranch on West Shore Drive on the lagoon in Copiague Harbor sold for the highest price. With an original list price of $679,000, it was on the market for 96 days and sold for $635,000. All sold homes are in Copiague School District.

Deer Park, New York 11729
During April, 17 houses sold and 31 houses came on the market in Deer Park, N.Y. The highest sold home was a 4 bedroom 2.5 bath colonial on Cayuga Ave.

Lindenhurst, New York 11757
The highest home sold in Lindenhurst, N.Y. was a 6 bedroom, 2 bath hi-ranch on 13th St. Listed at $599,000, this house sold for $582,900 and was on the market for 53 days. During April, 39 houses were listed for sale. 26 of the sold homes are in Lindenhurst School District and and 2 are in Copiague School District.

West Babylon, New York 11704
There were 40 new listings in April in West Babylon, N.Y. Of the 19 houses that closed, the highest sale price was a 5 bedroom, 2 bath expanded cape on Marilyn Ct. It had an original list price of $449,000, it was on the market for 49 days and sold above asking for $505,000. 11 of the sold homes are in West Babylon School District and 8 are in North Babylon School District.

West Islip, New York 11795
Of the 19 houses that sold in West Islip, N.Y. during April, the highest sale price was for a bay front, 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath house on West Islip Rd. This post modern house has an original list price of $1,249,000. It remained on the market for 267 days and sold for $975,000. During the same period, 21 houses were listed in West Islip. All of the sold homes are in West Islip School District.

Wheatley Heights, New York 11798
During April there were 12 new listings in Wheatley Heights, N.Y. and 2 houses sold. The highest sold home was a 5 bedroom, 2 bath high ranch on Brookwood Drive. On the market for 182 days, it was originally listed for $549,000 and sold for $507,500. Both sold homes are in Half Hollow Hills School District.

Wyandanch, New York 11798
11 houses sold in Wyandanch, N.Y. and there were 6 new listings during April. The highest sold home was a 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath colonial on Washington Ave. On the market for 7 days, it was sold for the original list price of $349,000. All houses sold are in Wyandanch School District.

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