Mills Pond Estates At St. James NY – Long Island Neighborhood

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If you’re looking for a lovely Single Family Home community nestled on Long Island’s North Shore, Lawrence “Larry” and Sheila Agranoff, Licensed Associate Broker And Licensed Salesperson, are providing our Community Profile for Mills Pond Estates in St. James Long Island 11780.
 
Where is Mills Pond Estates? 
 
Mills Pond Estates is a Residential Single Family Home community situated in St. James NY 11780. It is positioned between Route 347 and Mills Pond Road. Mills Pond Estates At St James, in Suffolk County Long Island is surrounded by the Town of Smithtown and the Villages of Head of Harbor and Nissequogue. It is convenient to neighborhood shopping, restaurants, movies, beaches, the Smith Haven Mall and the St. James General Store. 
 

What Can You Tell Me About Living In Mills Pond Estates?

Mills Pond Estates is a North Shore subdivision consisting of attractive Colonial, Post Modern, Ranch and Contemporary Floor Plans. Each Single Family Home is situated on almost 1 acre of prime landscaped property, within the Smithtown School District #1. The general information number for this School District is 631-382-2000. You will notice the tree-lined streets and manicured yards that adorn the neighborhood, and will note how homeowners take pride in living here.

What Else Can You Tell Me About Mills Pond Estates?

Lawrence And Sheila list and sell homes for sale in this wonderful North Shore community. According to public records of the multiple listing service, in 2015 homes in Mills Pond Estates sold between $845,000 for a 4 bedroom 2.5 bath Colonial/Contemporary to $1,175,000 for a 5 bedroom 4.55 bath Colonial.

These statistics are reflected sales from public records and the multiple listing service and do not include for sale by owner, non-published, non-member sales, or private sales, or what might be current market values. Call for current pricing!

 

What Can You Tell Me About St. James?

St  James Long Island is a designated unincorporated hamlet in Suffolk County New York 11780, where the old co-exists with the new. Primarily farmland until the arrival of the Long Island Railroad in 1873 which allowed for easy access to New York City. The Railroad Station is located on Lake Avenue and 2nd Street, South of Route 25A and North of Route 25. The commute to Manhattan is approximately a 90-minute train ride, or you can drive 15 minutes to the Ronkonkoma Station for express trains, which make rush-hour runs in just over an hour.

Do you have questions about Mills Pond Estates or any other community on The North Shore of Long Island? Please Call our cell 631-805-4400.

Thinking of selling your North Shore Long Island home? Interested in finding out the current market value of your single family home, condo or 55+ property? Then call Real Estate Agents Lawrence & Sheila to discuss what is happening in today’s North Shore Real Estate Market. Call 631-805-4400 (c).

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If you’re thinking of selling your Long Island Home or Condo, A Market Analysis is free and confidential.
 
 

This advertisement does not suggest that the broker has listing or transaction in this property or properties or that any property is currently available.
If your home or condo is listed with another broker, this is not a solicitation of the property.

All data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate.

All information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice.
DISCLAIMER: Lawrence & Sheila disclaims liability for any damages or losses, direct or indirect that may result from use or reliance on information contained in the blog or for the accuracy of comments or opinions of visitors to the blogs.​

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