Smithtown Long Island:The Grange Neighborhood In North Smithtown New York

The Grange, in Smithtown Long Island, is a residential single family home neighborhood.

Nestled in North Smithtown New York, The Grange is a pretty area located by Edgewood Avenue.  Most of the homes in the Grange area were built during the 1960’s.  These homes consist of several different architectural styles including Colonials, Ranch, Farm Ranch, Contemporary and there are also some custom built homes. The homes in The Grange neighborhood have 1 acre lots or more.
Some of the street names near The Grange section are Thatch Pond, Teapot Lane, The Spout, Three Pond Road and Pond Path. This area is surrounded by beautiful greenery and lush foliage.
The Grange is within The Smithtown School District # 1. The general information number for the Smithtown School District is 631-382-2000.  Smithtown New York is located in Suffolk County Long Island on The North Shore.
You can reach The Grange by Route 25A to Edgewood Avenue.
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