Want to know about the Co-operative All-Age community called Nathan Hale? Here is our Community Profile for this Co-op:
Nathan Hale Co-operatives can be reached by Route 25A to Nathan Hale Drive. These are brick structures in Suffolk County Long Island with units on the 1st or 2nd floor. There are 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments at Nathan Hale which was built in 1950.
Nathan Hale Co-op in Huntington Long island 11743, has an outdoor in-ground pool for the enjoyment of the homeowner's. Laundry facilities and storage is located on the Co-op's premises. This well-maintained community is situated within the Huntington School District #3.
Nathan Hale is close to Heckscher Park and Museum. The Long Island Railroad Station by New York Avenue and Route 110 and Broadway can take you to New York City.
At Nathan Hale Co-op, Taxes, Heat and Water are Included In the monthly Maintenance. There is a non-refundable processing fee required to buy a unit at Nathan Hale Co-ops, as well as a credit check fee and move-in fee (the move-in fee is refundable if there is no damage to the unit upon moving).
Living at Nathan Hale there is a membership fee for the pool, and if a parking space is available or storage unit, there is an extra charge. The Buyer is responsible For Application Fee & Co-Op Fee. According to public records of the multiple listing service, so far as of this date (July, 2013) there were closed sales at Nathan Hale Co-op in Huntington Long Island from $225,000 for a 1 bedroom 1 bath unit to $305,000 for a 2 bedroom 1 bath Co-op. Call For Current Pricing...
Real Estate Agents LAWRENCE "LARRY" AND SHEILA can sell you Co-op at Nathan Hale in Huntington Long Island 11743 when available, or any other community on the North Shore of Long Island. If you would like to list your present residence with us, we can feature it on our popular websites. Please call 631-805-4400 (c).
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