South Setauket Park In S. Setauket Long Island In The Three Village School District

Tell Us About South Setauket Park In S. Setauket Long Island…

Living on Long Island has a variety of residential options. The area known as South Setauket Park includes homes in S. Setauket situated south of Route #347 and east of Nichols Road.  

Built around the 1970’s, South Setauket Park is a neighborhood of homes set among mature landscaping in an established area. The neighborhood is serviced by the Three Village School District #1 in Zip Code 11720.

The South Setauket Park Civic Association organizes activities throughout the year including Tree and Chanukah Menorah Lighting, Picnics, Parades and the Harvest Festival

Sub-Divisions in South Setauket Park include Pondfield Crossing and Strathmore Village, and a variety of  suburban single family homes.The architectural designs of the homes in this area are mostly Colonials, Ranches and Capes.To get an idea of what a home in South Setauket Park may cost, according to public records of the multiple listing service, in 2012 homes sold between $205,000 for a Colonial listed as a short sale, to $661,667 for a 5 bedroom 2.5 bath home at Pondfield Crossing.

Interested in the current South Setauket Park Real Estate market? Call Realtor’s Larry & Sheila Agranoff at our Cell: 631-805-4400 and find out what opportunities are available for you.

 

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