SUFFOLK | 165 Woodbine Avenue, Northport, N.Y.
A four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath, 2,520-square-foot, two-story house built in 1965, with an open living-dining-kitchen area, large windows and sliders throughout, a wraparound deck on the main level, a private balcony upstairs in the primary bedroom, a portico and a floating dock, on 0.08 acres. Bonnie Williamson, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, 516-443-5958; sothebysrealty.com
$17,322 a year
The house is a short walk to Main Street. Many rooms offer stunning views of Long Island Sound and Northport Harbor.
The house is below street level, so there are several flights of steps to navigate from the portico to the entrance. There is no basement or attic.
Westchester | 137 Hirst Road, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
A six-bedroom, four-full-and-three-half-bath, 6,856-square-foot house built in 1996 and renovated and expanded in 2002, with formal living and dining rooms; two fireplaces; an eat-in kitchen with a refrigerator, full-size freezer and two dishwashers; two family rooms; a house-wide sound system; a finished lower level with billiard and media rooms; a backyard wood deck, and a three-car garage with an electric-car charging station, on 0.92 acres. Hillary Landau, Compass, 914-907-2444; compass.com
$49,320 a year
The house is in move-in condition, bright and spacious. Closets and storage areas are plentiful, including an attic easily reached by a staircase.
The décor, including built-in dressers and desks, patterned wallpaper and dark wall coverings, may not appeal to all tastes.
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