I am looking for a Realtor to sell my house in Smithtown Long Island. Who should I use?
LAWRENCE “LARRY” AND SHEILA AGRANOFF, Broker Associate and Salesperson are very familiar with the Smithtown New York Real Estate Market, and we list and sell homes in the neighborhood.
Call 631-805-4400 (c).
Smithtown is located near the Hamlets of Hauppauge, Kings Park, Commack, Nesconset and St. James NY. Most of the area is a suburban North Shore community with individual home sites. There are also 3 Co-op communities, several Condominium communities and 1 Over 55 neighborhood.
Smithtown is situated on The North Shore of Long Island within The Smithtown School District #1. The Smithtown School District has several Elementary Schools, 3 Middle Schools and 2 High Schools. For more information on this School District, the general information number is 631-382-2000.
According to public records of the multiple listing service, there were 181 sold and closed single family residential homes in Smithtown, Long Island from January, 2013 through October, 2013. These homes ranged in price from $190,050 for a Ranch listed as a Bank Owned to $1,523,000 for a 5 bedroom 3.5 bath new construction Colonial. The Fifty Five and Over Condo in Smithtown New York, had sales between $300,000 to $345,000.
CALL FOR CURRENT PRICING 631-805-4400 (c).
When you are looking to buy a residence or sell your property in Smithtown New York, LAWRENCE AND SHEILA are the Real Estate Agents to call. Are you relocating to Long Island? We are Certified Relocation Specialists!
Smithtown New York 11787 Main Street area offers many restaurants, businesses and shops. There are parks too. Caleb Smith State Park offers hiking fishing, a nature trail and recreation programs. Blydenbergh County Park has a dog run park, row boats, play area, bridle paths, picnicking and fishing. More attractions are The Smithtown Performing Arts Center, The public Smithtown Landing Country Club and additional parks like Brady Park and the Sweetbriar Nature Center. The Long Island Railroad has a stop in Smithtown New York which is part of the Port Jefferson Branch. The ride into New York City is approximately a 1 hour 45 minutes.