Freeport too close to the water ...Another SANDY ?????

Asked by W Chin, Brooklyn, NY Sun Feb 9, 2014

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Mary Sikors…, Agent, Rockville Center, NY
Mon Mar 17, 2014
There are many areas of Freeport which were not affected by Sandy, but they still are close to such attractions as the Nautical Mile. I know this since I live just north of Merrick Rd. in a co-op which suffered nothing from Sandy. Even the electricity was only out for a few hours. I would advise anyone to look at each property on an individual basis.

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well good for you I am sure everyone south of merrick is happy for you
Flag Wed Jul 16, 2014
Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Sun Feb 9, 2014
Locations are really a matter of personal preferences, therefore if you like the area, like the property, and know you will be happy living there no reaon not to consider the purchase. As to Sandy, wish we all could know what the days ahead will bring, but unfortunately none of us can predict the future...
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Thanks for your reply , Freeport is not for me, Valley Strean is more ideal ...
Flag Mon Feb 10, 2014
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