Condo in Jericho Long Island The Hamlet

Looking for a condo in Nassau County near the Long Island Expressway and close to plenty of shopping. Well, The original Hamlet at Jericho may be a condo townhouse that you may want to consider.

The Hamlet at Jericho is located by Exit 40 on The Long Island Expressway in Long Island’s upscale North Shore. Built in 1982, The Hamlet in Jericho is a secure 24 hour manned gated all age townhouse community.

Along with beautiful mature plantings and pond, also for your enjoyment at The Hamlet you will have the clubhouse, the in-ground pool, tennis courts, and gym. The landscaping in the community welcomes you to comfortable and pleasant surroundings.

There were several design options when the The Hamlet was built including 1 level ranch styles and 2 story townhouse units with 1 and 2 gar garages.  Students who live at the Hamlet can  attend the Jericho School District #15.

Call for current pricing at our Cell: 631-805-4400

If you are interested in relocating to The Hamlet in Jericho, or any other community on the North Shore of Long Island, please contact LAWRENCE AND SHEILA AGRANOFF.

Ready to sell your present residence? List with LAWRENCE & SHEILA and we will feature your residence on our popular websites and get it SOLD!

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