North Hills Long Island:The Mews

The Mews in North Hills Long Island is a community of attached townhouses in Nassau County on the North Shore.

Built in 1986, The Mews can be reached by The Long Island Expressway Exit 36 S on Searingtown Road.  Each townhouse here at The Mews has a 2 car garage, a full basement, central air conditioning and gas heat.  Situated on Morley Court within the Herricks School District, The Mews welcomes pets.

Townhouses do not become available often. According to public records of the multiple listing service, the last unit that sold was a 3 bedroom 3.5 bath townhouse sold in 2015 for $730,000.

These statistics are reflected sales from public records of the multiple listing services and do not include for sale by owner, non-published, non-member, or private sales, or what might be current market values.

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Sellers: If you would like to list your present residence with us, we can feature it on our popular websites.  Currently August 2017, there are no units for sale. Please call our cell 631-805-4400.

Buyers: Townhouses here do not become available often, so call LAWRENCE AND SHEILA AGRANOFF to ALERT you as a unit becomes available, and we can represent you in the sale.

Lawrence & Sheila Agranoff can sell you a townhouse when available at The Mews in North Hills Long Island, or any other community on the North Shore of Long Island. Call our cell 631-805-4400.

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