The Woods At Smithtown

The Woods at Smithtown is part of a homeowner’s association community in Suffolk County Long Island.

Actually situated in Nesconset Long Island, The Woods At Smithtown can be reached by The Long Island Expressway Exit 59N which is N Ocean Avenue and becomes Rosevale Avenue. The Woods entrance will be on your left at Patricia Lane.  These are attached townhouses with a garage, and central air conditioning that is surrounded by Jeremy Circle. The Woods was built in 1990 with 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1, 1.5, 2, or 2.5 baths. There is a cozy clubhouse, pool, tennis and pets are welcome.  Students living in this community can attend the Smithtown School District #1.  According to public records, townhouses sold in 2008 in The Woods At Smithtown from $272,000 to $355,000.

UPDATE SOLD 2017: $279,000 – $310,000

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LaWRENCE AND SHEILA AGRANOFF can sell you a townhouse in The Woods At Smithtown, or any other community on Long Island’s North Shore, when available. If you would like to list your present residence with us, we can feature it on our popular websites.

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