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29 Apartments for rent in Stony Brook, NY

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38 Glenridge Avenue
38 Glenridge Avenue
Stony Brook, NY | Stony Brook
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
1600 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
Lovely Sunny Ranch Style Home Featuring Spacious Eat-In-Kitchen With Large Skylight And Sliders To Back Yard, Living Room With Brick Fireplace Open To Formal Dining Area, And Den/Office. Large Flat Fenced Backyard And Central Ac.
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146 Units Available
Alston Station Square
1000 Mill Rd
Ronkonkoma, NY | Centereach
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$2,413
782 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,871
1234 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 11:39 PM
Welcome to Alston, a collection of stylish residences in the new heart of town, Station Square. Alston is six luxury residential buildings, each with its own distinctive character.
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3 Units Available
The Shipyard at Port Jefferson Harbor Apartments
201 W Broadway
Port Jefferson, NY | Port Jefferson
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$4,187
1314 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 11:37 PM
Modern homes in a maritime-inspired community. Homes feature walk-in closets and stainless steel appliances. Enjoy use of the on-site activity room, fitness center, and roof deck. Near Harborfront Park and Port Jefferson Marina.
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20 Units Available
Avalon Commons
313 Avalon Cir
Nesconset, NY | Nesconset
1 Bedroom
$2,485
976 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,840
1350 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 27 at 12:08 PM
Recently renovated apartments in spacious complex featuring pool, sundeck, BBQ area, playground and more. Apartments have lofts, walk-in closets and state-of-the-art kitchens. Famous Dave's Bar-B-Que within walking distance.
1 Unit Available
225 Fir Grove Road
225 Fir Grove Road
Ronkonkoma, NY | Ronkonkoma
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
1667 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:38 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
417 Myrtle Avenue
417 Myrtle Avenue
Port Jefferson, NY | Port Jefferson
3 Bedrooms
$3,300
1400 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
Great circa 1885 colonial w/hardwood floors-updated kitchen with stone counter-tops and white shaker cabinets-Huge Pantry-Mud Room-3 beds and 2 full baths-Brand new Central Air-2.5 car over-sized garage-2 minutes to the Village-Bus and Train!
1 Unit Available
116 Leeward Ln
116 Leeward Lane
Port Jefferson, NY | Port Jefferson
2 Bedrooms
$2,850
1400 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
Beautifully renovated condo over looking the lake and pool. 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bath, hard wood floors throughout, with carpet in the bedrooms. Spacious garage with extra storage.
1 Unit Available
40 Market Street
40 Market Street
Port Jefferson Station, NY | Port Jefferson Station
Studio
$1,275
400 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
Must have credit score of 600 or better. One person occupancy only, no exceptions, no pets. Available October 1. Clean and freshly painted basement level, studio apartment. Separate entry, designated driveway parking. Utilities included. No cable.
1 Unit Available
303 W Broadway APT#B2
303 West Broadway
Port Jefferson, NY | Port Jefferson
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1075 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:06 PM
Unit APT#B2 Available 10/01/20 95 KENMORE LLC - Property Id: 194225 Brand new, fully renovated, 2 bedroom apartment available in the heart of Port Jefferson. 2ND Level $50/50lbs pets Parking lot attached for tenant. Water included.
1 Unit Available
8 Saint George Gle Drive 8
8 Saint George Glen Dr
Setauket-East Setauket, NY | Setauket-East Setauket
5 Bedrooms
$5,500
4600 sqft
Last updated April 15 at 09:23 AM
Amazingly spacious 5 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom house. This house is located in the Three Village School district and is close to Stony Brook University. Eat in Kitchen with wonderful views of the private, manicured grounds.
1 Unit Available
27 Gazebo Ln
27 Gazebo Lane
Smithtown, NY | Smithtown
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
Last updated January 25 at 11:09 PM
Must be 55+ yrs or older to rent in this Adult Community. Young Condo 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths and Full Basement for storage. Gas Heat, CAC, Gas Fireplace, Cement Patio, private Backyard, 1st Floor MBR with Full Bath and Walk-in Closet.
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8 Units Available
Enclave at Charles Pond
1 Charles Pond Dr
Coram, NY | Coram
1 Bedroom
$1,934
905 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,636
1239 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:41 AM
Coram apartments available in the heart of Suffolk County. This pet-friendly community is situated on 41 private acres with resort-style amenities, including an on-site pool and gym. Apartments feature patios, hardwood floors and walk-in closets.
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23 Units Available
The Point at Pine Ridge
1 Avalon Pines Dr
Coram, NY | Coram
1 Bedroom
$2,248
940 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,499
1340 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 11:39 PM
Rocky Point State Pine Preserve and three shopping malls surround one- and two-bedroom luxury apartment units. Private balconies and access to tennis court and golf course.
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10 Units Available
Hawthorne Court
211 Hawthorne Ave 9
Central Islip, NY | Central Islip
1 Bedroom
$1,761
694 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,527
847 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 11:37 PM
Hawthorne Court is a luxury apartment complex in Long Island that is ready to welcome you home! At our pet-friendly apartments in Suffolk County, NY, we offer studio, one bedroom, two bedroom, and three bedroom floor plans that feature elegant
1 Unit Available
210 Wheeler Road
210 Wheeler Road
Hauppauge, NY | Hauppauge
3 Bedrooms
$2,900
1300 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:38 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
171 Whitetail Lane
171 Whitetail Lane
Central Islip, NY | Central Islip
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
1200 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:38 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
49 Hamlet Drive
49 Hamlet Drive
Mount Sinai, NY | Miller Place
5 Bedrooms
$5,500
6200 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
Available!! Tenant's House Contract was canceled!! Luxury House for rent! 9 ft ceilings, open floor plan, large rooms, large deck with hot tub and BBQ, 5 bedrooms and large walkout basement. Gated community, Great views of pond.
1 Unit Available
211 Towne House Vlg
211 Town House Village
Islandia, NY | Islandia
2 Bedrooms
$2,300
871 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
Upgraded 2nd floor condo with newly cleaned carpet, freshly painted, spacious and bright living/dining room combo, updated kitchen and appliances.. 2 bedrooms with sliding glass doors to the balcony. Newer W/D, A/C units.
1 Unit Available
7 Riverhead Road
7 Riverhead Road
Sound Beach, NY | Sound Beach
3 Bedrooms
$3,500
2200 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
SEASONAL Furnished, CAC, 3 Bedroom 2 Bath, RANCH. OPEN GREAT ROOM Combo Kitchen, Living/Dining Room, Office Room, Gym Room, Fireplace, Large TV,
1 Unit Available
87 Louden Loop
87 Louden Loop
Mount Sinai, NY | Miller Place
3 Bedrooms
$3,825
3200 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 87 Louden Loop in Mount Sinai. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
20 Laurel Ave
20 Laurel Avenue
East Islip, NY | East Islip
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
1380 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
YOU MUST BE 55 OR OLDER TO LIVE HERE. NO PETS ALLOWED. Wonderful 2nd Floor, 2BR,2 Bath Deluxe Co-Op in the Desirable Bel Laurel Retirement Community.Sunny New Solarium,FLR,FDR,MBR with Master Bath & Walk in Closet.
1 Unit Available
239 Middle Road
239 Middle Road
Sayville, NY | Sayville
1 Bedroom
$1,800
420 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:31 AM
Separate cottage in beautiful South Sayville Use of yard and garden, 420 sq.ft. Lr/kitchen combo, sep bedroom/bath.
1 Unit Available
32 Alder Drive
32 Alder Dr
Kings Park, NY | Kings Park
3 Bedrooms
$3,500
1600 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:05 PM
32 Alder Drive Available 10/01/20 Perfect 3 Bed, 1.5 Bath! - This beautiful 3 bedroom 1.5 bath home features an updated chef's kitchen with stainless steel appliances and center island. A large bright living room with wood burning fireplace.
1 Unit Available
100 Middleton Road
100 Middleton Rd
Bohemia, NY | Bohemia
1 Bedroom
$1,800
800 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 08:37 AM
The only one bedroom left in this community and it is the largest one. Looking for sublet tenant in a week. The apartment is in a good condition and the maintenance will redo the bathroom shortly. Please contact me for more information.
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City Guide

Stony Brook
"Sandy shore / Meeting the Northern sea / Ancient ground where newborn dreams arise / Scarlet, gray / Under azure skies / The morning of a lifetime lies in Stony Brook" Alma Mater for Stony Brook University, written by Dr. Peter Winkler and Winston Clark.
"Sandy shore / Meeting the Northern sea / Ancient ground where newborn dreams arise / Scarlet, gray / Under azure skies / The morning of a lifetime lies in Stony Brook" Alma Mater for Stony Brook University, written by Dr. Peter Winkler and Winston Clark.

Stony Brook is a cozy little hamlet in the town of Brookhaven, nestled along the north shore of Long Island. Nearly 14,000 people live within the 5.9 square miles that make up Stony Brook. With its small-town New England charm coupled with a thriving cultural community, it's no wonder so many call it home. The climate is typical of north shore locations, with summertime highs in the mid-80s, and dipping down into the 20s during winter. Although certain neighborhoods are better suited to homebuyers than renters, there are plenty of home rental options, from studio apartments to three- bedroom houses for rent. Now, let's find your new place!

Moving to Stony Brook

Stony Brook's close proximity to the Big Apple makes this borough a hot commodity. This is New York, after all, and Stony Brook is in the dead center of Long Island. Sixty miles by rail gets you into New York City, so be warned: Finding a place will not be a walk in the park.

When to Rent

There is a big changeover of residents during December and April. This can either be a great time to find a recently vacated rental, or the worst time imaginable. If you'd prefer to not get your heart set on that perfect little place with a view of the harbor, only to lose it to someone else who clearly deserves it less than you, then stick to the middle months (October-November and February-March), when fewer potential tenants are looking.

What You Need

When renting an apartment in Stony Brook, be sure to bring along the fairly standard renter's portfolio: good credit, cash in the bank for a security deposit, first month's rent, recent pay stubs, and references (if they're good). Although Stony Brook has public transportation and a rail system into the city, you'll need a car in most parts of town unless you really, really love to walk, as the WalkScore is only 28.

Moving to Stony Brook
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Stony Brook's close proximity to the Big Apple makes this borough a hot commodity. This is New York, after all, and Stony Brook is in the dead center of Long Island. Sixty miles by rail gets you into New York City, so be warned: Finding a place will not be a walk in the park.

When to Rent

There is a big changeover of residents during December and April. This can either be a great time to find a recently vacated rental, or the worst time imaginable. If you'd prefer to not get your heart set on that perfect little place with a view of the harbor, only to lose it to someone else who clearly deserves it less than you, then stick to the middle months (October-November and February-March), when fewer potential tenants are looking.

What You Need

When renting an apartment in Stony Brook, be sure to bring along the fairly standard renter's portfolio: good credit, cash in the bank for a security deposit, first month's rent, recent pay stubs, and references (if they're good). Although Stony Brook has public transportation and a rail system into the city, you'll need a car in most parts of town unless you really, really love to walk, as the WalkScore is only 28.

Stony Brook Neighborhoods

There are three major 'hoods which make up most of Stony Brook: the area around Stony Brook Hospital (one of the largest on Long Island); the "town center," which is actually the northernmost part of town, by the coast; and everything else. We'll break down the differences between them.

Town Center: So named because this is where Stony Brook started in the '30s, with a quaint clapboard-sided, semi-circle row of buildings known as "the village." If you are looking for a mix of urban sophisticate / New England coastal setting, then Town Center is the place for you.

University / Hospital: While Town Center does have some smaller apartment buildings, the majority of rental homes are in this area. Demand is high for premier apartments, mostly by students, but the amenities make this a great place for people of all ages. Much of the campus is open to the public, including an indoor sports center and a crafts center where you can take classes in all sorts of artistic endeavors, and this area is host to an annual summer film festival. There are plenty of restaurants, pubs, and shops to which you can easily walk or bike as well -- Mirabelle Restaurant and Pentimento Restaurant come highly recommended.

The Rest: This is near the south end of town, and contains mostly large single-family, owner-occupied homes. Rentals here are rare.

Stony Brook Neighborhoods
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There are three major 'hoods which make up most of Stony Brook: the area around Stony Brook Hospital (one of the largest on Long Island); the "town center," which is actually the northernmost part of town, by the coast; and everything else. We'll break down the differences between them.

Town Center: So named because this is where Stony Brook started in the '30s, with a quaint clapboard-sided, semi-circle row of buildings known as "the village." If you are looking for a mix of urban sophisticate / New England coastal setting, then Town Center is the place for you.

University / Hospital: While Town Center does have some smaller apartment buildings, the majority of rental homes are in this area. Demand is high for premier apartments, mostly by students, but the amenities make this a great place for people of all ages. Much of the campus is open to the public, including an indoor sports center and a crafts center where you can take classes in all sorts of artistic endeavors, and this area is host to an annual summer film festival. There are plenty of restaurants, pubs, and shops to which you can easily walk or bike as well -- Mirabelle Restaurant and Pentimento Restaurant come highly recommended.

The Rest: This is near the south end of town, and contains mostly large single-family, owner-occupied homes. Rentals here are rare.

Living in Stony Brook

When you don't feel like whipping up dinner, there's plenty of options for you when it comes to eating out. Check out Pentimento restaurant, Country House Restaurant, Green Cactus Fresh Mexican Grill, or Mirabelle Restaurant. If you're looking for green spaces, check out the West Meadow Wetlands Preserve or St. Georges Country Club.

Living in Stony Brook
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When you don't feel like whipping up dinner, there's plenty of options for you when it comes to eating out. Check out Pentimento restaurant, Country House Restaurant, Green Cactus Fresh Mexican Grill, or Mirabelle Restaurant. If you're looking for green spaces, check out the West Meadow Wetlands Preserve or St. Georges Country Club.

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City Guide

Stony Brook
"Sandy shore / Meeting the Northern sea / Ancient ground where newborn dreams arise / Scarlet, gray / Under azure skies / The morning of a lifetime lies in Stony Brook" Alma Mater for Stony Brook University, written by Dr. Peter Winkler and Winston Clark.
"Sandy shore / Meeting the Northern sea / Ancient ground where newborn dreams arise / Scarlet, gray / Under azure skies / The morning of a lifetime lies in Stony Brook" Alma Mater for Stony Brook University, written by Dr. Peter Winkler and Winston Clark.

Stony Brook is a cozy little hamlet in the town of Brookhaven, nestled along the north shore of Long Island. Nearly 14,000 people live within the 5.9 square miles that make up Stony Brook. With its small-town New England charm coupled with a thriving cultural community, it's no wonder so many call it home. The climate is typical of north shore locations, with summertime highs in the mid-80s, and dipping down into the 20s during winter. Although certain neighborhoods are better suited to homebuyers than renters, there are plenty of home rental options, from studio apartments to three- bedroom houses for rent. Now, let's find your new place!

Moving to Stony Brook

Stony Brook's close proximity to the Big Apple makes this borough a hot commodity. This is New York, after all, and Stony Brook is in the dead center of Long Island. Sixty miles by rail gets you into New York City, so be warned: Finding a place will not be a walk in the park.

When to Rent

There is a big changeover of residents during December and April. This can either be a great time to find a recently vacated rental, or the worst time imaginable. If you'd prefer to not get your heart set on that perfect little place with a view of the harbor, only to lose it to someone else who clearly deserves it less than you, then stick to the middle months (October-November and February-March), when fewer potential tenants are looking.

What You Need

When renting an apartment in Stony Brook, be sure to bring along the fairly standard renter's portfolio: good credit, cash in the bank for a security deposit, first month's rent, recent pay stubs, and references (if they're good). Although Stony Brook has public transportation and a rail system into the city, you'll need a car in most parts of town unless you really, really love to walk, as the WalkScore is only 28.

Moving to Stony Brook
+

Stony Brook's close proximity to the Big Apple makes this borough a hot commodity. This is New York, after all, and Stony Brook is in the dead center of Long Island. Sixty miles by rail gets you into New York City, so be warned: Finding a place will not be a walk in the park.

When to Rent

There is a big changeover of residents during December and April. This can either be a great time to find a recently vacated rental, or the worst time imaginable. If you'd prefer to not get your heart set on that perfect little place with a view of the harbor, only to lose it to someone else who clearly deserves it less than you, then stick to the middle months (October-November and February-March), when fewer potential tenants are looking.

What You Need

When renting an apartment in Stony Brook, be sure to bring along the fairly standard renter's portfolio: good credit, cash in the bank for a security deposit, first month's rent, recent pay stubs, and references (if they're good). Although Stony Brook has public transportation and a rail system into the city, you'll need a car in most parts of town unless you really, really love to walk, as the WalkScore is only 28.

Stony Brook Neighborhoods

There are three major 'hoods which make up most of Stony Brook: the area around Stony Brook Hospital (one of the largest on Long Island); the "town center," which is actually the northernmost part of town, by the coast; and everything else. We'll break down the differences between them.

Town Center: So named because this is where Stony Brook started in the '30s, with a quaint clapboard-sided, semi-circle row of buildings known as "the village." If you are looking for a mix of urban sophisticate / New England coastal setting, then Town Center is the place for you.

University / Hospital: While Town Center does have some smaller apartment buildings, the majority of rental homes are in this area. Demand is high for premier apartments, mostly by students, but the amenities make this a great place for people of all ages. Much of the campus is open to the public, including an indoor sports center and a crafts center where you can take classes in all sorts of artistic endeavors, and this area is host to an annual summer film festival. There are plenty of restaurants, pubs, and shops to which you can easily walk or bike as well -- Mirabelle Restaurant and Pentimento Restaurant come highly recommended.

The Rest: This is near the south end of town, and contains mostly large single-family, owner-occupied homes. Rentals here are rare.

Stony Brook Neighborhoods
+

There are three major 'hoods which make up most of Stony Brook: the area around Stony Brook Hospital (one of the largest on Long Island); the "town center," which is actually the northernmost part of town, by the coast; and everything else. We'll break down the differences between them.

Town Center: So named because this is where Stony Brook started in the '30s, with a quaint clapboard-sided, semi-circle row of buildings known as "the village." If you are looking for a mix of urban sophisticate / New England coastal setting, then Town Center is the place for you.

University / Hospital: While Town Center does have some smaller apartment buildings, the majority of rental homes are in this area. Demand is high for premier apartments, mostly by students, but the amenities make this a great place for people of all ages. Much of the campus is open to the public, including an indoor sports center and a crafts center where you can take classes in all sorts of artistic endeavors, and this area is host to an annual summer film festival. There are plenty of restaurants, pubs, and shops to which you can easily walk or bike as well -- Mirabelle Restaurant and Pentimento Restaurant come highly recommended.

The Rest: This is near the south end of town, and contains mostly large single-family, owner-occupied homes. Rentals here are rare.

Living in Stony Brook

When you don't feel like whipping up dinner, there's plenty of options for you when it comes to eating out. Check out Pentimento restaurant, Country House Restaurant, Green Cactus Fresh Mexican Grill, or Mirabelle Restaurant. If you're looking for green spaces, check out the West Meadow Wetlands Preserve or St. Georges Country Club.

Living in Stony Brook
+

When you don't feel like whipping up dinner, there's plenty of options for you when it comes to eating out. Check out Pentimento restaurant, Country House Restaurant, Green Cactus Fresh Mexican Grill, or Mirabelle Restaurant. If you're looking for green spaces, check out the West Meadow Wetlands Preserve or St. Georges Country Club.