Fairfield At St. James 55+ Retirement Condo Long Island New York

Today, lets talk about an established 55 and over active adult community in St. James Long Island.
In the 1970’s and then again in the 1980’s, Fairfield at St. James was opened as a 55fairfield at st james and over Condo community in St. James Long Island in Zip Code 11780.
Realtors Lawrence “Larry” and Sheila List and Sell Condos in Fairfield At St. James. Currently (June 2013) inventory is very light at this complex, so if you have a ranch style unit that you would like to sell, call us at 631-805-4400 (c).
The community is surrounded by Cabot Ct, Drew Ct, Bentley Ct, Alden Ct, Elton Ct, Gotham Ct, Flair Ct, Flair Drive, Fairfield Drive, and Cobblers Lane has an emergency exit.
Located in Suffolk County on Long Island’s North Shore by Route 347 and Moriches Road, this over 55 active senior retirement community is minutes from shopping at the Smith Haven Mall, banking, movie theater, medical facilities, restaurants, houses of worship, supermarkets, town beaches, the St James General Store and major roadways.
Set in a professionally landscaped and well-maintained community, Fairfield At St. James offers recreational areas including an indoor and outdoor pool, tennis, clubhouse, fairfield sold 1meeting rooms, gym, billiards, social gatherings. A bus frequents the neighborhood everyday and there is a schedule of places it visits for the convenience of the homeowners. 
Fairfield at Saint James was built as attached units in groupings with a variety of architectural exteriors. There are 1st floor and 2nd floor styles, ranch floor plans and 2 story townhouse designs. At this 55 and over complex, there are 1, 2, or 3 bedroom units with 1, 2 or 2.5 baths.  Some condos have enclosed sun-rooms and some have either patios or balconies.  Also, some condos have a one car garage and there is ample parking throughout the community.
In the evenings and early mornings, Fairfield At St. James has an attended entry gate-house for your security.  There is a pond, a relaxing gazebo, and a walking path. Pets are NOT permitted in this neighborhood.  Each unit has central air conditioning, fairfield sold 2washer/dryers, electric heat, and nice closet space.  According to public records of the multiple listing service in 2012, there were closed in sales in this maintenance free community of Fairfield at St James between $140,000 for a 1 bedroom 1 bath Condo to $393,000 for a 3 bedroom 2.5 bath Townhouse.
LAWRENCE “LARRY” AND SHEILA can sell you a condo in Fairfield at St James, or any other active 55 and over leisure community on Long Island. We sell and list condos in Fairfield at St James and have access to the availability. Perhaps you would like to sell your present residence. If you list it with us, we can feature your property on our popular websites.

Are you Relocating to Long Island?  We are Relocation Specialists. Please call 631-805-4400 (c), and ask your friends and neighbors about us!

Thinking of selling your North Shore Long Island home? Interested in finding out the current market value of your single family home, condo or 55+ property? Then call Realtor’s Larry & Sheila to discuss what is happening in today’s North Shore Real Estate Market at 631-805-4400 (c).
If your home or condo is listed with another broker, this is not a solicitation of the property.
The broker does not suggest they have listing or transaction in the community.


We are not affiliated with this community, but are independent Licensed Realtors. We do not have any management information or contact phone numbers.

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