The neighborhoods of Long Island are all classified as suburban, but their character varies widely. In
Nassau County, south shore towns that border Queens tend to have a more city-like feel, with smaller
lots, fewer open areas and heavily trafficked downtowns with lots of shopping nearby. Contrast that
with mansions on multi-acre properties tucked among the rolling hills of the north shore, and the more
country feel you’ll sense as you go further east through Suffolk County, where you may come across
properties with horses, chickens or working farms. A large draw for buyers looking for homes on Long
Island is the easy access to Jones Beach and many miles of beaches and marinas along both shores for
those who ae drawn by the song of the ocean. Many Long Island communities are also known for their
excellent school systems, with towns like Jericho frequently producing Intel Science Award winners. Let
Sharon help you find the Long Island property that checks all the boxes for you.
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