121 North 18th St., Wheatley Heights, Suffolk County, NY

Auction Date: 
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Minimum Bid: 

121 North 18th Street is a two-story Colonial style single-family residence on a 0.3-acre corner lot in the Hamlet of Wheatley Heights, in the Town of Babylon, Suffolk County. The dwelling contains 2,723 square feet of living space, including eight bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Also, the property has a partially finished basement with three bedrooms/offices, a full bathroom, a kitchen area, and a utility room, and an unfinished storage area. The home is situated on a large landscaped lot that includes a patio, sheds and parking area. This property is in a primarily residential neighborhood. 

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