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Starting at $2,580
Updated 24 hrs ago
Avalon Huntington Station
10600 Troy St
Huntington Station, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,580
2 Bedrooms
$3,055
3 Bedrooms
$3,445
Located in Long Island's Huntington Station neighborhood with convenient access to shopping, entertainment, dining and recreation spots. This smoke-free community offers 1-3 bedroom units. Enjoy access to onsite pool, gym, courtyard and more
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Starting at $1,500
Updated 25 days ago
718 Glenridge Ln
718 Glenridge Ln
East Northport, NY
Studio
$1,500
Starting at $1,600
Updated 1 hr ago
9 Tuthill Street
9 Tuthill Street
Huntington, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
Starting at $4,500
Updated 1 hr ago
28 Paumonek Dr
28 Paumonek Dr
Huntington, NY
5 Bedrooms
$4,500
Starting at $2,200
Updated 1 hr ago
11 Edgewood
11 Edgewood
Huntington Station, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,200
Starting at $2,400
Updated 1 hr ago
328A Main St
328A Main St
Huntington, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
Starting at $2,375
Updated 1 hr ago
1046 New York Ave
1046 New York Ave
Huntington Station, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,375
Starting at $2,200
Updated 1 hr ago
1 Magerus St
1 Magerus St
Huntington Station, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
Starting at $3,900
Updated 1 hr ago
7 Nathan Hale
7 Nathan Hale
Huntington, NY
2 Bedrooms
$3,900
Starting at $3,200
Updated 1 hr ago
52 Grand Haven Dr
52 Grand Haven Dr
Commack, NY
4 Bedrooms
$3,200
Starting at $4,275
Updated 1 hr ago
164 Fox Ln
164 Fox Ln
Northport, NY
4 Bedrooms
$4,275
Starting at $6,000
Updated 2 days ago
17 Harriet Ln
17 Harriet Ln
Huntington, NY
4 Bedrooms
$6,000
Starting at $2,950
Updated 2 days ago
999 Madeira Blvd
999 Madeira Blvd
Melville, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,950
Starting at $1,700
Updated 4 days ago
227 Crombie St
227 Crombie St
Huntington Station, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,700
Starting at $2,900
Updated 4 days ago
916 Altessa Blvd
916 Altessa Blvd
Melville, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,900
Starting at $3,000
Updated 5 days ago
1118 Savoy Dr
1118 Savoy Dr
Melville, NY
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
Starting at $3,450
Updated 6 days ago
168 Deforest Rd
168 Deforest Rd
Dix Hills, NY
4 Bedrooms
$3,450
Starting at $2,300
Updated 6 days ago
23 Van Wicklen Cor
23 Van Wicklen Cor
Northport, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
Starting at $3,200
Updated 6 days ago
14 Crestfield Pl
14 Crestfield Pl
Northport, NY
4 Bedrooms
$3,200
Starting at $2,400
Updated 10 days ago
31 Pickwick Dr
31 Pickwick Dr
Commack, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
Starting at $2,800
Updated 10 days ago
284 Oakwood Road
284 Oakwood Road
Huntington Station, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,800
Starting at $1,945
Updated 13 days ago
135 Waterside Ave
135 Waterside Ave
Northport, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,945
Starting at $1,930
Updated 17 days ago
7 Mayfair Gardens
7 Mayfair Gardens
Commack, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,930
Starting at $1,700
Updated 18 days ago
483 new york ave
483 new york ave
Huntington, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,700

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City GuideGreenlawn

Circa 1870, the influential Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) came up with the Greenlawn label for the local area station to promote and stimulate seaside travel to the nearby beach resort town of Centerport. The lingering question remains: why tag a landlocked hamlet like Greenlawn, with a turf-like namesake, if it's supposed to support a conflicting, incorrect beach-like lifestyle image? The unanswered mystery regarding this peculiarity still lingers on.

According to the United States Census Bureau's 2010 report, the unincorporated hamlet of Greenlawn (so classified as a result of its official designation as a "census-designated place") had 13,742 residents packed into a compact 3.7-square miles of Suffolk County's finest real estate. In addition to an historical association with producing pickles from locally grown cucumbers, Greenlawn's Fire Department is reputed to be the host of New York State's biggest and oldest fair every year for the Labor Day weekend.

Moving There

You can never start your search for apartments in Greenlawn too soon! It's better to rent your digs before proper acquaintance with a new community as it eliminates locking into a stressful real estate purchase in a new patch of turf. Make sure to bring along acceptable property rental documentation as upscale area landlords, such as those in Greenlawn, tend to be very protective of their investments. Prior workplace and landlord character references, a photo ID (such as a valid driver's license) and a recently paid utility bill should do the trick nicely.

If you perform your due diligence before physically embarking on any relocation move, you won't end up behind the eight ball with dreadful, last-minute, inevitable 11th-hour rental apt decisions to make. An online search for places to rent will minimize risk of jumping the gun and getting stuck with one of the many of the daunting relocation aspects related to an impending move. A word of advice: if you're strictly searching for typical, conventional types of apartment rentals, you may have to shop in neighboring towns, as Greenlawn is unique in that it mostly offers living opportunities that involve house rentals. If a large apartment is your objective, you'd better get on the ball and start some serious web-surfing.

Neighborhoods

There are only two distinct neighborhoods that define the hamlet of Greenlawn. Both are characterized by somewhat older residences, but both also have major character and charm that only properties with age can claim.

Town Center: This area is mainly comprised of four-, five- or six-bedroom dwellings. Most of these properties are owner occupied - all the more reason to check out rental availabilities before you take a poorly planned plunge into moving there. Many of the homes here are older; built in the pre-World War II era. Ample restaurants and shopping venues are available in this area.

Paumanack Village Dr / Pulaski: This area also contains many older residences, but unlike the Town Center neighborhood, most were built at least a decade after World War II. This area has a very low vacancy rate so start your search early if you want to be able to spend your weekends at Savings Court Park.

Living in Greenlawn

Because of its nearby location to the magic economic power and draw of a unique business center like New York City, a stable, well maintained suburban community like Greenlawn has not only thrived, but has also realized elevated real estate values in the process -- all of which raises the cost for places to rent.

Let's face it! This neat little hamlet's major appeal is its proximity to the metropolitan New York City's five boroughs, i.e. Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. As the crow flies, most concentrated big-city workplaces are reachable within an hour and a quarter's travel time from Greenlawn. And yes, on the aforementioned, ubiquitous LIRR. If doing the relocation deed with your own set of wheels is your thing, Greenlawn is easily accessible via Interstate 495 (I-495), locally referred to as the Long Island Expressway (LIE). Pull out the road map, or better yet, crank up the trusty GPS and you'll be on your way there knowing the nation's highways are at your disposal.

After you get situated, stop by one of the various restaurants available in Greenlawn to fill up. There's clam chowder at Old Fields, red snapper at Ruvo, a beautiful view at Mill Pond House and Grecian Corner Cafe has a delicious lemon and herb chicken.

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