Massapequa Park Home, Double-Lot!

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  • $630,000
  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 2
  • Sq Ft: 1527
  • Lot Sq Ft: 10,000

Double lot large enough to accommodate this stunning inground swimming pool!

Inground swimming pool at this Massapequa Park Home.

Light-filled, Massapequa Park Home in the heart of the village! All updated with a new kitchen with ample cabinets. counter workspace, and tiled floors. There are four bedrooms, two baths, a large family room, finished basement, and a garage. The home has a large NEW inground pool with a diving board. The pool area is surrounded by a wide paver-stone patio providing plenty of room for outdoor tables and lounge chairs.

The yard is fenced for privacy with attractive, easy-care vinyl fencing. 

The house itself sits on a 100′ x 100′ lot — rarely found in the village of Massapequa Park, where most homes sit on 50 x 100-foot parcels. Landscaping will be completed prior to the sale of this unique property. Experience the feeling of the oversized yard! A rare find.

Three minutes away is the Peter J. Schmitt Massapequa Preserve, described as one of the most beautiful parks in Nassau County. Consisting of 432 acres, a bike trail rides along a stream surrounded by trees and gardens. There are hiking trails via the Greenbelt, as well as fishing and nature walks. For more biking, and only 1 minute away, visit the Bethpage Bikeway, a 14.9-mile bike trail passing through multiple state parks, notably Bethpage State Park! Or head to Jones Beach, only 20 minutes away.

Best of all — You are only 7 minutes from the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) for a one-hour comfortable ride to Penn Station in Manhattan! Call Pat — 516-400-2943

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Price: $630,000
Address:240 Walnut St.
City:Massapequa Park
State:New York
Zip Code:11762
Year Built:1952
Square Feet:1527
Lot Square Feet:10,000
Bedrooms:4
Bathrooms:2

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