Long Island Real Estate TV

Margaret Biegelman - Licensed Associate Broker, Douglas Elliman of Merrick

On Long Island Real Estate TV - Margaret Biegelman - Licensed Associate Broker, Douglas Elliman of Merrick.

Margaret has been helping buyers and sellers since 2001. She loves what she does!

Long Island Real Estate TV - Islip Hamlet

Long Island Real Estate TV - Islip Hamlet

Sponsored by Patricia Stein of Liberty National Title Agency

Judy Cangemi, Exit Realty All Pro

David Vallone P.C.

Islip is a picturesque Hamlet within the Town of Islip in Suffolk County, NY, on Long Island's South Shore.

Islip is named for the English home of William Nicoll, whose late 1600s estate included the Hamlet of Islip along with much more of Long Island's east end.

Located along the gorgeous Great South Bay, Islip has a long history of clamming and fishing, swimming, boating and yachting and features its own public beach.

Islip is accessible by air via MacArthur Airport, which just a few miles away, JFK and La Guardia, as well as via the Long Island Railroad, the Montauk and Sunrise Highways, and the Southern State Parkway.

Islip Hamlet's shopping district along Main Street is renown for its gift shops, boutiques, restaurants, pubs and a multitude of establishments that can be discovered and rediscovered by shoppers year round.

Islip Hamlet homes range from starter ranches, to mid-range split levels, classy colonials to Moorish mansions built at the turn of the 20th century, along the banks of the canals of beautiful Bayberry Point.

Islip Hamlet schools include 3 elementary, 1 middle school and a high school.

Well known residents of Islip Hamlet include:

Islip - It's Irresistible!

Long Island Real Estate TV - Bellmore, Long Island

Bellmore is a gentle hamlet in south Nassau County, just 5 miles from Jones Beach and only 27 miles east of New York City, or, a 45 minute ride on the Long Island Railroad. Sunrise Highway, Merrick Road and the Southern State Parkway make Bellmore easily accessible from just about anywhere, from New Jersey to Montauk Point. And for destinations beyond, look no further than JFK Airport, only 15 miles from Bellmore.

"The Bellmores" are made up of Bellmore, North Bellmore and South Bellmore, which includes property along the bay and on canals, from which boaters can launch for a day of fishing or just relaxing on afternoons 3 seasons a year.

Bellmore homes include 6 or 7 bedroom contemporaries, custom built colonials with master suites and jacuzzis or more modest, affordable homes that might serve as starters or to grow along with the families who own them.

Bellmore derives its name from the Bellmore Railroad Station, built in 1867. Schools are the Bellmore and North Bellmore School Districts and the Bellmore Merrick Central High School District.

Residents and visitors alike will find wonderful restaurants and shops along Merrick Road, Sunrise Highway and Bedford Avenue. 

Bellmore businesses have just about everything, from groceries to nightlife, to all sorts of retail goodies -- whether you're buying or just window shopping.

Bellmore residents over the years have included comedian Lenny Bruce, the actor George Kennedy, artist and photographer Michael Dweck, celebrated runner Mark Belger, and former CIA director, William Casey.

Quick, easy access to just about everywhere by car, train and plane, shopping, restaurants, and lovely homes -- Bellmore? It's beautiful!

Long Island Real Estate TV - Merrick, Long Island

Merrick Long Island - Sponsored by Margaret Biegelman, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, Debbie Ginsberg, The Uncluttered Domain, Liberty National Title Agency - Patricia Stein, and Christopher Romano, Esq.

Conveniently located between the Meadowbrook and Wantagh Parkways, Merrick, Long Island is an upscale hamlet on the south shore of Nassau County's Town of Hempstead. 

 Merrick's families enjoy quality education at schools shared by Merrick, North Merrick and Bellmore, in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District.

And Merrick's homes range from elegant cape cods to post-modern luxury homes with amenities to spare. Well kept lawns and yards accent the upscale Merrick landscape.

The building of the South Shore Railroad, the forerunner of the Long Island Railroad, marked the beginning of Merrick's development, with post-WWII construction spurring even greater growth and prosperity.

Merrick residents enjoy theatrical productions at a local theatre and Broadway and off-Broadway shows in New York by virtue of Merrick's short Long Island Railroad ride to Brooklyn and Manhattan.

Merrick's proximity to New York City is also great for commuters, who have easy access to leading financial, industrial and fashion centers.

Merrick boasts outstanding restaurants and shopping, with boutiques and stores along Merrick Avenue, Merrick Road and Sunrise Highway. Great browsing -- great values!

Famous Faces from Merrick include: Roone Arledge, former president of ABC Sports and News, the actors Ed Begley and Ed Begley Jr., Ben Cohen of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream, Albert B. Feldstein, founding editor of Mad Magazine, singers Debbie Gibson, and Robbie and the author Mario Puzo of Godfather fame.

Picturesque suburban ambience, tree-shaded streets and avenues; and shopping, shopping, shopping.

Long Island's town of Merrick… it's magnificent!

LI Real Estate TV - A Resource for the Long Island Real Estate Community

LI Real Estate TV - A Resource for the Long Island Real Estate Community

Katherine Coladner - Realtor: 142 Harding Ave., Long Beach

Katherine Coladner, Realtor, shows us this beautiful home: 142 Harding Ave., Long Beach, a short walk from the beach, a playground and shopping!

2014 LIBOR Realtor-Broker of the Year Joe Sinnona on the State of Long Beach Real Estate

2014 LIBOR Realtor-Broker of the Year Joe Sinnona talks about

• the State of Long Beach Real Estate

• Bringing Customers to Local Businesses

• Green Issues

• Flood Insurance

• Mortgage Debt Relief

Long Island Real Estate TV - Bay Shore

Bay Shore is a hamlet in the Town of Islip, Suffolk County, New York. It is on the south shore of Long Island adjoining the Great South Bay.


Bay Shore is one of Long Island's oldest hamlets, purchased from the Secatogue Native Americans in 1708, though the Sagtikos Manor in West Bay Shore was built in 1697.

Bay Shore has been widely known for its resorts and shopping for well over a century, since well-to-do New York City residents began vacationing there in the late 1800s. 

Since the 1980s, Bay Shore has been undergoing a resurgence that continues today with the building of upscale townhouses, condos and gated communities. Main Street seen a growth in beauty and popularity with offices, boutiques and restaurants attracting shoppers from near and far.

Bay Shore is a short drive from MacArthur Airport, with JFK and LaGuardia accessible as well. Local ferries serve Fire Island, and the Long Island Railroad brings shoppers and visitors from all parts west. 

Residents live in quaint starter homes, medium sized splits and modified capes, and upscale modern and Victorial properties that are the height of elegance.

The Bay Shore Union Free School District ≈ five elementary, one middle school and Bay Shore High School.

Notable residents include: 

The Singer Patti Austin, singer, Frank Boulton, Bay Shore High School alumnus, owner and president of the Long Island Ducks, The Entenmann family, founders of Entenmann's baked goods, Edward Francis Hutton, founder of the E.F. Hutton & Co. brokerage company, summered in Bay Shore in the early 20th century, LL Cool J (James Todd Smith), multi-platinum recording artist born in Bay Shore 1968, Harvey Milk, former San Francisco Supervisor, gay rights pioneer, 2009 posthumous recipient of Presidential Medal of Freedom, Joe Namath, 1970s NFL quarterback, had a summer home in Bay Shore during the early 1970s.

Bay Shore - it's breathtaking!

Sponsored by:

Patricia Stein, Liberty National Title Agency, 516-203-7310, MyTitleBill.com

Lenny Simonetti, Exit Realty All Pro, 631-647-8840, LennysHomes.com

Christopher Romano, Esq., Cassidy, Romano & Love, P.C., CRLNYLaw.com, 631-277-4907