Long Island New York:Nassau And Suffolk Luxury Homes Sold In January 2011 For $2,000,000 And Up

  Larry and Sheila, Realtors are providing you with our monthly statistics for Luxury Homes of $2,000,000 or more that were sold and closed in Suffolk County and Nassau County Long Island New York, during the month of January 2011. 

These sales were priced from $2,065,000 for a 6 bedroom 4.55 Bath Colonial home in Great Neck to $5,700,000 for a 7 bedroom 6.55 Bath Estate in Old Brookville Long Island.

Suffolk County and Nassau County Long Island are suburb’s of New York. Please contact LARRY AND SHEILA when buying or selling a home in Suffolk or Nassau County Long Island at 631-805-4400.

The following statistics are the reflected 11 sales that sold for over $2,000,000 according to public records from multiple listing service and do not include for sale by owner, non-published or non-member sales. These statistics include single family homes only.


Style Colonial 4
Contemporary 2
Estate 1
Mediterranean 1
Post Modern 1
Traditional 1

LARRY AND SHEILA Realtors can sell you a luxury residence in Suffolk County or Nassau County Long Island. Please call LARRY & SHEILA  if you would like to list your home for sale with us.  We can feature it on our popular websites.  If you are relocating to Long Island, we are Certified Relocation Specialists! 

Email: sheila@suffolkexperts.com

We are not affiliated with these communities, but are independent Licensed Realtors.

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