St James New York Real Estate Oakfield – Long Island Neighborhood

The Oakfield area in St. James New York is a lovely Single Family Residential Neighborhood.


Where is The Oakfield Neighborhood In St. James? 


Oakfield in St. James NY is positioned off Route 25A, also known as North Country Road. This Suffolk County Long Island neighborhood, in the Town of Smithtown, is surrounded by the Villages of Head of Harbor and Nissequogue.



What Can You Tell Me About Living In The Oakfield Neighborhood In St. James?

Oakfield is a lovely North Shore neighborhood consisting of Single Family Homes mostly built in the 1960’s-1970’s.  The homes are surrounded by approximately 1 acre or more, 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 manicured tree-lined streets and manicured yards that adorn the neighborhood. Driving through this neighborhood, you will notice that the homeowners take pride in living in the area. Most of the homes are Colonial, Ranch and  Farm Ranch style.

What Else Can You Tell Me About Oakfield?

Oakfield is convenient to neighborhood shopping, restaurants, movies, the Smith Haven Mall, Town Beaches in Nissequogue, and the historic St. James General Store. Street names in this area are Oakfield Road, Great Oak Road and Red Oak Road.

Lawrence “Larry” And Sheila, Licensed Associate Broker & Licensed Salesperson, list and sell homes for sale in St. James Long Island 11780. According to public records of the multiple listing service, in 2014 there was a closed sale in this St James neighborhood for $675,000 for a 4 bedroom 2.5 bath Farm Ranch. No homes were recorded sold in 2015. As of this date, February 2015 one home is currently Under Contract.

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. It was mostly farmland until the arrival of the Long Island Railroad in 1873 which allowed for easy access to New York City.  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. St James Long Island is home to the St. James General Store which opened in 1857 and expanded to its current size in the 1890’s.  It is the oldest continuously operating general store in the United States.


Sellers: Become another SOLD in St. James by listing your residence with Lawrence “Larry” & Sheila. Of course, if you want to list your House or Condo at another Hamlet or Town, we will treat it with the same dedication and enthusiasm. Call our cell 631-805-4400.

Buyers: If you’re looking to purchase a Home in St. James, or any other Long Island Town or Hamlet, we can place you on our waiting list and will ALERT you as homes in the area become available.


Do you have questions about Oakfield in St. James NY, or any other neighborhood on The North Shore of Long Island? Please Call Our Cell 631-805-4400.

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