Suffolk | 119 West Shore Road, Huntington, N.Y.
A five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath house built in 1999, with a front porch, a two-story entry foyer, hardwood floors, a living room and den separated by French doors, an eat-in kitchen with an island, an en suite primary bedroom with a gas fireplace, a finished basement with nine-foot ceilings, a built-in barbecue and a wood-burning outdoor fireplace, on 1.35 acres. Melissa Stark, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, 631-255-4471; danielgale.com
Taxes: $34,053 a year
There are views of Huntington Harbor from the front-facing rooms. The bedrooms are spacious.
A number of rooms have wallpaper, which might be undesirable. A few bathrooms could be updated.
Essex | 26 Old Oak Road, Glen Ridge, N.J.
Five-Bedroom Brick Home
A five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath, 3,777-square-foot brick colonial-style house built in 1932 and updated in the last year, with a new chef’s kitchen and butler’s pantry, new bathrooms, multiple fireplaces, a bookshelf-lined office, a sunroom with doors leading to a bluestone patio, an outdoor fireplace, a pergola and a hot tub, on 0.63 acres with many mature plantings. Kyle Howard, Compass, 917-716-4381; compass.com
Taxes: $40,333 a year
Designed by John Russell Pope, the architect behind the Jefferson Memorial and the National Gallery, this Georgian-style house has arched passageways, extensive molding, French doors, oak floors and a slate roof. It is close to the train station and schools.
There is no garage, and much of the front yard is taken up by a curved driveway.
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