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82 apartments for rent near Mastic, NY

120 Stuyvesant Ave
Mastic
3 Bed
$2,200
54 Eleanor Ave
Mastic
3 Bed
$2,150
169 Southaven Ave
Mastic
3 Bed
$2,000
111 Pawnee Ave
Mastic
5 Bed
$2,500
Results within 1 miles of Mastic, NY
139 Wavecrest Dr
Mastic Beach
3 Bed
$2,250
58 Pinelawn Ave
Shirley
4 Bed
$2,500
Results within 5 miles of Mastic, NY
Atlantic Point
1220 Orchid Cir
1 Bed
$1,821
2 Bed
$2,286
3 Bed
$3,767
27 Nottingham Dr
Middle Island
3 Bed
$2,600
37 Benjamin
East Moriches
2 Bed
$2,000
24 Artist Lake Dr
Middle Island
2 Bed
$1,800
2 Orchard Neck Rd
Center Moriches
2 Bed
$2,200
14 Quail Rd
Mastic Beach
2 Bed
$1,700
41 Winnie Rd
Center Moriches
3 Bed
$2,200
2 Ethan Allen Ct
Ridge
3 Bed
$1,800
91 Gauguin Ct
Middle Island
2 Bed
$1,850
The Reserve at the Boulevard
1 Reserve Drive
1 Bed
$1,795
2 Bed
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12 Nicole Ct
Manorville
3 Bed
$3,500
19 Bellport Ln
Bellport
2 Bed
$1,450
114 Panamoka Trl
Ridge
3 Bed
$2,000
1 Valley Forge Ct
Ridge
2 Bed
$1,700
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City Guide
Mastic
Moving There

Located on Long Island, a major piece of prestigious suburban turf aligned with neighboring New York City (NYC), Mastic is situated in Suffolk County and its four square miles of real estate are easily accessible by any form of transport. If a drop-in by air is the preferred method, take your pick from JFK, La Guardia or Newark - all metropolitan NYC fly-ins - or, if you're coming from a U.S. East Coast city, take a shot at nearby Long Island MacArthur Airport (15 miles, 22 minutes drive-time from Mastic).

If your set of wheels can provide the means for a Mastic relocation foray, check out the Long Island Expressway - a.k.a. "LIE" and I-495 - or the more locally trafficked Sunrise Highway. A 64 mile-long daily rail service from the Big Apple is provided by the omnipresent LIRR's Montauk Line - a tad long for a Gotham work commute but nevertheless do-able in one hour and 40 minutes if the need presents itself.

The region surrounding Mastic is highly impacted by climatic change. From an economic and lifestyle standpoint, the four seasons play a major role in a person's day-to-day activities. Accordingly, it would be wise to take a pass on the winter months of December, January and February for any relocation move to the area as rain, sleet or snow, coupled with cold temps could quickly sour you before getting to enjoy the many benefits offered during the other three seasons.

The greater Mastic area is no different than other choice areas when it comes to property rentals by protective owners. Making sure to bring proper photo ID (such as a driver's license), prior workplace and landlord rental references and a recently paid utility bill in your name should fit the bill nicely.

Mastic Neighborhoods

A little burg the size of Mastic is not particularly known for its many neighborhood sections. Its close relationship with the bordering hamlets of Mastic Beach and Shirley can perhaps be construed as "neighborhoods." It might be a stretch, but Manor Park - situated between the aforementioned LIE and Sunrise Highway, immediately east of Brookhaven General Aviation Airport -- is often referred to as a section of Mastic and therefore could be dubbed as a neighborhood for real estate purposes. Whereas finding an apartment in Mastic is often limited, Shirley and Mastic Beach offer additional opportunities to source rental apartment complexes and condos for rent.

Life in Mastic
If a local career-oriented work opportunity is not a major factor in seeking a kicking-back, lifestyle-type change in the slow-paced, healthy fresh air of rural Mastic, then the chances are it's more for the allure and nearby calling of the Mother Nature phenomenon known as "Fire Island." The federally mandated Fire Island National Seashore Park on Fire Island was established in 1908 a partial land apportionment at this time only and it was the first of many designated state parks on Long Island. It's technically located in the hamlet of Mastic Beach and as a classically shaped barrier island, Fire Island serves to protect both Great South Bay as well as a significant portion of the southern Long Island coast from the sometimes harsh demands of the Atlantic Ocean. The summertime beach appeal of this majestic, picture-postcard-like environment increases vacationer demand for all bills paid apartment rentals on a seasonal basis. Once it became favored as a trendy, nearby NYC vacation retreat, easily accessible by Gotham's public transportation's subway and LIRR, Fire Island's real estate values skyrocketed. In an effort to curtail runaway development and ruination of a non-renewable natural resource, the U.S. government, in 1964, officially annexed all remaining land not previously included in the half-century earlier established Fire Island National Seashore preserve. As a crowning, finishing touch in 1980, the U.S. Congress declared 1400 acres of this magnificent natural wonder as the Otis Pike Wilderness area.

A full day, outdoor excursion to a unique, magical attraction like Fire Island is sure to rustle up a serious yearning for some favorite food fare. The fraternal trio of Mastic, Shirley and Mastic Beach has collectively not forgotten the stomach cravings of residents and visitors alike. Among these locations, various forms of international culinary cuisines abound. If you're up to it after a hard day relaxing on the beach sand once you've wound down wetting your whistle at any one of the convenient neighborhood pubs you might want to check out the May Garden Chinese Restaurant in Shirley or either the Mama Lisa or Chachama Grill in Mastic Beach. Bon apptit!