Eagle Chase

  If you’re looking for a condominium community in Woodbury Long Island,  Eagle Chase in Nassau County may be right for you.

 Centrally located on the Nassau/Suffolk border, Eagle Chase is a gated town-home community on Long Island’s North Shore, that is close to the Long Island Expressway by Exit 46 N  and Sunnyyside Blvd and the Northern State Parkway.  The community of 98 town-homes is in the Top Rated Syosset School District #2.  Amenities include a clubhouse, outdoor pool, gym, and tennis courts. Eagle Chase was built in 1987 with different floor-plans called The Aspen, The Augusta, The Bermuda, and The Cypress.When they were constructed, they ranged in size from 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, and  3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with central air conditioning and gas heat.  Most have a full basement and a two car garage.  To give you an idea of what town-homes in this community are selling for, according to public records homes sold at Eagle Chase in 2007 between $807,000 for a 2 bedroom 2.5 bath unit to $815,000. Call for current pricing!

 LARRY AND SHEILA Realtors, can sell you a residenceat Eagle Chase in Woodbury when available, or any other community on the North Shore of Long Island.  If you would like to list your home with LARRY & SHEILA we can feature it on our popular websites.  Are you relocating to Long Island?  We are Relocation Specialists, so call us at 631-805-4400.


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