High Oaks Townhouse Huntington NY

There’s a townhouse community called High Oaks in Huntington NY that is located near Route 110 and High Street in Suffolk County.

These are townhouses that were built in 1977 and are attached units with basements and garages, central air conditioning and gas heat.   The High Oaks community is managed by a homeowner’s association, and the students living here can attend the Huntington School District #3.  According to public records, in 2008 there were sales at High Oaks in Huntington Long Island from $450,000 for a 2 bedroom 2.5 bath townhouse to $465,000 for a 3 bedroom 3 bath unit.

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Realtors Lawrence and Sheila Agranoff can sell you a townhouse at High Oaks in Huntington NY when available, or any other  community on the North Shore of Long Island, when available. If you want to list your present residence with us, we can feature it on our popular websites.  Are you relocating to Long Island’s North Shore?  We are Certified Relocation Specialists.

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