Patchogue Village Long Island:Home For Sale

This home is off the market, please call LARRY AND SHEILA for current houses for sale on Long Island at 631-805-4400.

This 1930 Colonial is an oldie but goodie with its Charm and Character.  This Home For Sale in Patchogue Village offers 3 Bedrooms,  2 Baths, Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Kitchen with 2 year Dishwasher, Convection Oven and Range.


 Features include an inviting Front Entry Heated Porch, original details, hardwood floors, office, unfinished basement and detached garage.  Close to Patchogue Village shopping,  and near marina, ferry and 2 blocks south of The Long Island Railroad Station.  It is situated on 55×150 flat property and is completely fenced.

This Colonial Style Home is actually called Foursquare.  The American Foursquare homes were built between 1890 to about 1935.  After 1900, it was one of the most popular house styles in both rural settings and on small city lots. They were sensible two- to two-and-a-half-story homes that were economical to build, comfortable to live in, and aesthetically pleasing in their simplicity.

This Patchogue Village home is in Perfect Mid-Block Location and has a desired level fenced yard. This is a Great Area and a home at a Great Price!

Realtors Lawrence & Sheila Agranoff can sell you this lovely vintage home in Patchogue Village Long Island, when available. 
(This home is no longer available)

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