Realtor Nick Papas likens the crowd in Lindenhurst’s open house to Justin Bieber’s concert. “The market is on fire,” says a broker at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Atlantic Shores. “In the last few months, each of the three homes I’ve listed had over 80 shows, multiple offers, and over-priced accepted offers. It’s crazy.”
There is a good reason. The village is “transforming into a lively, vibrant and successful town,” says Papas. The developers bought a lot of distressed real estate to turn them over, he said, “seeing the town become a place for entrepreneurs and restaurants to come and make something for themselves.” Added.
Some development is underway. Mayor Michael Laborata said the 241 housing project near the station is expected to be completed by next fall. Part of the Rainbow Senior Center has been refurbished with federal funding. “When it happens in the spring, it’s used as a meeting, club space, veteran event, or second emergency facility in a hurricane,” says Lavorata.
Installing LED lights and solar panels at the station can save $ 12 million in energy costs over 20 years, and a $ 350,000 grant from Suffolk County will be used to improve traffic and vision in the business area. “We’re flipping stones, shaking trees and looking for as much money as we can. We go to governments of all levels,” says Laborata.
The South Shore community, which shares a zip code with North Lindenhurst, has come a long way. Originally known as Wellwood, a misspelled name for Brooklyn real estate developer Thomas Wellwood, according to the Newsday archive, it was renamed to Breslau in 1870 to attract Germans in Manhattan. Was done. Eventually, the name was changed to Lindenhurst in 1891, named after the Linden tree in the area.
Condos and co-operatives
There are no condos or co-operatives on the market.
Between November 1, 2019 and November 10, 2020, there were 433 home sales, with a median selling price of $ 409,500, according to OneKey MLS. The lowest price during that period was $ 83,000 (“as is” sale) and the highest price was $ 730,000. During that period a year ago, there were 502 home sales with a median selling price of $ 378,500. Prices ranged from $ 89,000 (auction) to $ 1,850,000.
Other statistics for zip code 11757
Area square mile 5.7
Median age 41.5
Median household income $ 87,225
Median Home Price $ 420,000
Monthly LIRR ticket $ 363
School district Lindenhurst. Some students go to Copiague.
Graduation rate Lindenhurst 92%, Copiague 90% (NYS average 83%)
Parks Town Hall Park, Venetian Shores Park, Fireman’s Memorial Park
Lindenhurst Memorial Library
Hospital Southside Hospital (Bay Shore), Good Samaritan Hospital (West Islip), St. Joseph Hospital (Bethpage)
Transit Suffolk County Transit Bus Route 20
Source: 2018 American Community Survey 5-year quote. OneKey MLS; LIRR, Suffolk County Transit, data.nysed.gov
* Based on 226 sales over the last 6 months, according to OneKey MLS
Now on the market
With high ceilings, skylights, or high hats in almost every room, this 4-bedroom, 2½ bathroom contemporary is the result of a major refurbishment. Facilities include a gas fireplace in the living room, bamboo flooring throughout the main floor, a fine kitchen, a master bedroom with two closets, a bathroom and French doors to the balcony. The backyard has a semi-peripheral seawater pool and a trex deck. The house is located in a private community and comes with a transferred dock space, private beach and marina ($ 235 / month HOA fee). The tax is $ 18,213. Dawn Castiglione, Exit Realty All Pro, 631-647-8844.
The architectural details and amenities of this three-bedroom, one-bathroom split-level house include crown moldings, chair rail moldings, 15 glass pane interior doors, high hats, skylights, elegant kitchen lighting, and a ground pool. And the backyard pergola. The house has central air conditioning and a marble bathroom. The tax is $ 11,093. Edward Jarvis, RE / MAX Best, 631-580-7634.
This bank-owned high ranch with 4 bedrooms and 1½ bathrooms features a new eat-in kitchen with quartz counters and stainless steel appliances, as well as the latest bathrooms. Featuring flooring, it is located in a 0.09 acre mid-block lot. The house was built in 1963 and has been on the market since September 3rd. The tax is $ 12,064. Todd Yovino, Island Advantage Realty, 631-351-6000.
Address North Hamilton Avenue
Built in 1961
Lot size 0.17 acres
Tax $ 13,502
+/- List price + $ 11,000
90 days in the market
Address South 1st Street
Built in 1942
Lot size 0.12 acres
Tax $ 10,742
+/- List price $ 0
113 days in the market
Address Birds Avenue
Built in 1951
Lot size 0.14 acres
Tax $ 8,238
+/- List price-$ 12,500
154 days in the market
With One Key MLS
Number of publications 73
Prices range from $ 229,990 to $ 849,999
Tax range $ 4,041 to $ 18,654