Smithtown Pines

Smithtown Pines is a residential community located off Jericho Turnpike and Old Willets Path in Suffolk County on the North Shore of Long Island.

This sought after area is serviced by the Hauppauge School District # 6.  There are many styles of homes in Smithtown Pines including Ranch, Post Modern, Contemporary, Farm Ranch, Traditional, Colonial, Capes, Hi Ranch, Horse Property, and some new construction.  Many homes in this private area are situated on almost an acre of land or more.  As you drive through Smithtown Pines you will pass along Ledgewood Drive, Grandview Lane, Mobrey Lane, Lone Oak Path, Grassy Pond Drive, McArthur Drive, Pine Ridge Drive, Winston Drive, and many other rolling tree-lined roads and flat open spaces.  The prices for homes in this area vary depending on the size of the house, the property, and the updates.

Lawrence “Larry” and Sheila Agranoff can sell you a home in Smithtown Pines or any other community on The North Shore of Long Island, when available. When you are ready to sell your current property, we can feature your home on our popular websites and get it SOLD!

Call 631-805-4400 (c).  We’re Licensed Broker Associate, Certified Relocation Specialists, Certified Negotiation Specialists,  Certified Short Sale Representative, and Certified Buyer Broker Representatives!

 

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