One of the most beautiful places to live in Long Island, New York is Massapequa. The little hamlet is located in Nassau County and is a family-oriented place, which features large yards, comfortable homes, a sense of tradition, and excellent schools. Massapequa locals take pride in their hamburger restaurants and pizza parlors. These places are for people to hang out, discuss the local political scene, and talk about the balmy Massapequa weather.
Massapequa is a great place to visit; however, it is even better to purchase a permanent residence and for putting down roots. Douglas Elliman Real Estate has Massapequa real estate property listings that cater people from all walks of life. One charming Massapequa real estate property that a family can consider is a Colonial-inspired home clapboard siding and bay windows. Located in Shinnecock Avenue, the home – with a list price of $699,000 – has four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and one half bath. The house sits on a 9,540 square foot lot.
Another Massapequa real estate property that one might also consider is a spectacular bay side property in Riviera Drive. With a list price of $1.5 million and a lot area of 14,000 square feet, the elegant home boasts of three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms. Extra features are a stretch of sandy beach and a private pier. Everything speaks elegance with its granite foyer, granite kitchen, marble baths, and a massive deck that offers sweepingly spectacular waterfront views.
For families on a budget, a quaint affair on Sunset Road is worth looking into. With a list price of $395,000, the Massapequa real estate property has four bedrooms and two bathrooms sitting on a 6,000 square foot lot. The charming country-style cottage has a great view of the Peninsula Golf Course. Other features of this deceptively small house include a formal dining room, formal living room, a new heating system, hardwood floors, a sun porch, a heated basement, PVC fence, and an alarm system. One can say that the tiny charmer packs a lot of punch.
If one wants a wraparound porch, a house on Cedar Shore Drive is definitely it. With a list price of $595,000, the house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. With a floor area of 2,063 square feet and a lot area of 10,000 square feet, the house features a granite-laden eat-in kitchen, porcelain back splashes and floors, and a family room, among other cool features.
The Massapequa weather is not always forgiving, but the pros of living in the hamlet in Nassau County always outweigh the cons. One may even tend to overlook the hamlet’s snowy, cold winters and sticky, warm summers as long as Massapequa can provide an excellent way of life for locals.