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Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut

Nassau | 3 Tudor Lane, Sands Point, N.Y.

Tudor-Style House

$1.999 million

A four-bedroom, three-bath house built in 1930, with an entry foyer, a wood-burning fireplace in the formal living room, an office, a den, an eat-in kitchen with a two-level island, a finished lower level with a summer kitchen, a wine cellar and a laundry room, on one acre. Heidi Karagianis, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, 516-467-9440; danielgale.com

Costs

Taxes: $28,415 a year

Pros

Mature trees surround the property. Period details including wood beams, molding and flagstone floors add charm.

Cons

A tennis court in the backyard needs refurbishing. There is no garage. The primary upstairs bedroom is not en suite.


Fairfield | 11 Shadow Lane, Ridgefield, Conn.

Renovated 1860 Farmhouse

$2.495 million

A four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath, 5,628-square-foot home built in 1860 and renovated in 1996, with hardwood floors throughout, front and back staircases, an eat-in kitchen with a pantry and a breakfast nook, a sunroom with brick floors, a family room that has a stone fireplace and built-in bench seating, a library, an en suite primary bedroom with a large bathroom and walk-in closet, an office with a private entrance, a walk-out lower level, an in-ground pool and an attached two-car garage, on 1.34 landscaped acres. Laura Ancona, William Pitt Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Realty, 203-733-7053; williampitt.com

Fees

Taxes: $20,618 a year

Pros

There is a two-bedroom guesthouse with a fireplace, porch, patio and separate driveway.

Cons

While the third floor has a functional bedroom and storage space, it is not updated like the rest of the home.

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