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Roslyn
Tom Kaufman

A Community Profile: Roslyn Estates

Roslyn Estates is a charming village on the North Shore of Long Island. There are a variety of architectural styles in this community, many of which serve as exemplars of these styles of architecture. Colonial architecture, Modern architecture, Tudor architecture…this community has a dynamic history of beautifully maintained homes.

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North Shore
John Langone

5 North Shore Marinas: Heaven on Long Island!

Having a boat on the North Shore of Long Island is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Over the last 30 years, I’ve spent countless hours in my driveway washing my boat and preparing it for an afternoon on the Long Island Sound with my wife and family.

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North Shore
DayAnn McManus

North Shore Front Porches: A Simple Guide

When I’m showing people homes on the North Shore of Long Island, many people say that a front porch is a “must have.” A porch extends the living area of a home and allows a homeowner to entertain outside for three seasons a year.

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North Shore
John Russo

A Slate Roof Is Simply Beautiful: Is it for You?

Many homes on the North Shore of Long Island have a slate roof. Manhasset, Roslyn, Port Washington, and many other North Shore communities have countless homes that enjoy the beauty of a slate roof. As you begin your search for a home, a slate roof is a luxury that must be examined from many angles.

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North Shore
Tom Kaufman

6 Characteristics of Tudor Architecture

As you begin your search for homes on the North Shore of Long Island, you are certain to find property descriptions that refer to “a charming Tudor” or a home that exemplifies “Tudor architecture at its best”.

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Sea Cliff
John Russo

174 15th Ave in Sea Cliff: The Way Life Should Be!

Perched high on a cliff with three levels of unobstructed views of Hempstead Harbor, life at 174 15th Avenue in Sea Cliff is heavenly! To live in this home is to hark back to Sea Cliff of the early 1900s – a time when Sea Cliff was one of the premier resort towns on Long Island.

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