North Isle Village Co-op Community In Coram NY with YouTube Exterior Slide Show

North Isle Village is a co-operative community in Coram Long Island and Suffolk County New York.

This Co-op community can be reached by Exit 63N and The Long Island Expressway, near Gibbs Road.  The community offers indoor/outdoor pool, tennis, a community center, gym, basketball and play area. Pets are permitted, and there are laundry facilities on the premises.

North Isle Village offers 1 or 2 bedroom upper or lower unit apartments, and there are some 2 story townhouse Co-ops, with the bedrooms on the upper level. Because this is a co-operative, anyone wishing to move into this community must appear before a Co-op Board for review.  There is an application fee, credit check, and background check.  The area is served by the Longwood School District #12. According to public records of the multiple listing service, so far as of this date (June 2016) Co-ops have sold between $50,000 for a 1 bedroom 1 bath unit to $114,000 for a 2 bedroom 1 bath Co-op.

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