Long Island starter homes for first-time buyers – New York News

Starter homes come in all sizes and conditions, and those that have been renovated usually command more than their neighbors. But single folks or couples looking for their first big investment don’t necessarily have to move into a fixer-upper. We found nine starter homes that don’t need serious renovations, priced 10 percent to 15 percent below the 2016 median sale price for their communities. 


Massapequa: $409,000

(Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate/Chuck Danas Photography)

Size Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, 1,400 square feet on a 4,000-square-foot lot
Taxes 12,739
Listing agents Gloria Datlow and Elyse Whiton, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, 516-623-4500

This house in Massapequa is listed for $409,000.

(Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate/Chuck Danas Photography)

About the house This 1949 Cape was renovated after superstorm Sandy.

This house in Massapequa is listed for $409,000.

(Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate/Chuck Danas Photography)

The owner installed oak hardwood floors and renovated the kitchen with dark wood cabinets, a glass tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and Corian countertops. Off the side of the house is a covered porch, and the property includes a detached garage.

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This house in Massapequa is listed for $409,000.

(Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate/Chuck Danas Photography)

“The gentleman who owns the house has great taste,” says Gloria Datlow of Douglas Elliman Real Estate,…

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