Located about 60 miles from New York City, Coram Long Island is the fastest growing city in New York according to the April 26th issue of Business Week Magazine.
According to the multiple listing service, 28 homes sold in Coram Long Island between January 1, 2011 through April 1, 2011 from $55,000 for a 3 bedroom 2 bath bank owned property to $386,900 for a 4 bedroom 2.5 bath Colonial. This shows an average home sale in Coram NY for $264,000 with taxes averaging $8,890 and days on the market at 129.
Single Family home styles range from Ranch, Colonial, Contemporary, Hi-Ranch, and Cape style designs.
There are also Condominium and Co-op communities in Coram including Bretton Woods, which is a gated golf community, Hunt Club, Silver Chase, Les Jardins and North Isle Village. Also situated in Coram Long Island are 55 and over communities including Strathmore Gate, Country Village and The Oaks.
Coram Long Island is a hamlet in Suffolk County New York in the Town of Brookhaven, within Zip Code 11727. The Town is served by 2 School Districts including Longwood School District #12 and Middle Country School District #11.
The breakdown from Business Week is as follows:
Fastest-growing city in New York: Coram
Number of households: 14,690
Change YOY: 0.94 percent
Change since 2000: 17.24 percent
Average household income: $81,910
If you or anyone you know is looking to buy or sell in Coram Long Island
, please call LARRY AND SHEILA
, Realtors at 631-805-4400, for all your Long Island Real Estate goals.
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