Huntington Long Island Condo | Living At West Neck Village Townhouse | Suffolk County New York

If you’re looking for a cozy townhouse community near the heart of Huntington Village on The North Shore of Long Island, then you may want to consider West Neck Village.
 
Larry And Sheila are Realtors and are working with a buyer who has asked about this small townhouse community so here is some information on this neighborhood.
 
Huntington Long Island Condo | Living At West Neck Village Townhouse | Suffolk County New York is a private townhouse community that was opened in 1977 in Huntington Long Island. The neighborhood is surrounded around West Neck Court. There are no amenities offered at West Neck Village except a pretty pond, but it is convenient to plenty of shopping and fine dining in Huntington Village.
 
The Condos are attached in groupings in this pet friendly complex and have central air conditioning, oil heat, attached garage and backyard patios. There is a monthly common charge fee which maintains the grounds and also includes the water charges. Visitor parking is in the middle of the community. West Neck Village is located in the Huntington School District #3.
 
If you would like additional information on West Neck Village in Huntington Long Island, or any other community on The North Shore Of Long Island, please contact Lawrence & Sheila Agranoff at our Cell: 631-805-4400.
 

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