Located in Huntington Long Island, there is a co-op community called Nathan Hale.
You can reach this North Shore community of Nathan Hale Co-operatives by Route 25A to Nathan Hale Drive. These are brick structure garden style apartments in Suffolk County with units on the 1st or 2nd floor. Built in 1950, Nathan Hale co-op has an in-ground pool for the homeowner’s, and there are laundry facilities and storage in the basement of the buildings. Students who live in this co-op community can attend the Huntington School District #3.
Nathan Hale is close to Heckscher Park and Museum and the Village of Huntington. The Long Island Railroad Station by New York Avenue and Route 110 and Broadway can take you to New York City. Manhattan is approximately a distance of 36.5 miles. There is a non-refundable processing fee required to buy a unit at Nathan Hale Co-ops, as well as a credit check fee and move-in fee (the move-in fee is refundable if there is no damage to the unit upon moving). Also, there is a membership for the pool, and if a parking space is available or storage unit, there is an extra charge. According to public records for 2009, co-ops at Nathan Hale in Huntington Long Island sold from $235,000 to $342,500.
UPDATE SOLD 2016: $247,000 to $371,500.
These statistics are reflected sales from public records and the multiple listing services and do not include for sale by owner, non-published, non-member sales, or what might be current market values.
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