Beds 3 / Baths 2 / 2,037 sf
Sale price $449,000
99 Roosevelt is a Single Family home impeccably renovated, perhaps in one of the most desirable block of Massapequa, close to everything, very familiar and quiet. It has approximately 2,000 square feet. Step inside to find natural light throughout welcomes you to your home a huge and beautiful bow window in the living room, plus you will receive a curb appeal to fall in love, a spacious room and charming kitchen space, perhaps with the startling open concept you can see the dining room space to enjoy with family and friends this incredible part of the house. It has two closets for boots and coats for the winter season or space for beach umbrellas for summer, it’s cute and will be a gorgeous with Modern or Boomerang style living room. Kitchen renovated with exquisite taste and quality, stainless steel appliances and a beautiful island with extra cabinets, the dining room space is overlooking the backyard thought the Bay window.
This Ranch architecture style house «it’s an art form unique to America. Low-slung ranch homes, modeled after the casual style of homes on true Western ranches, were first built in the 1930s and spent the next four decades popping up like mushrooms all over the countryside. After falling out of favor in the 1980s and 1990s, ranch homes are now enjoying a return to vogue, mostly as custom-built homes is like subtype of modern-style architecture» Karin Beuerlein, Ranh Architecture. This house has two full bathrooms with ceramic tile that give luxurious touch to the property and three bedrooms, with very good sizes closets. One of the large bedroom can give to your guests privacy, also they can have their own entrance from the back. Or the space can be used according to yours taste and needs like family room, office, movie theater.
This house has striking exterior with Double Staggered Rough-Split Shakes Siding Style, from a country cottage to a stately ranch, is Cedar Impressions and bring out the best in traditional homes, while giving more contemporary home styles a warmth found in modern design. Finally the backyard with very good size and the lucky owner can have thousands of landscaping design ideas to spend the nights with family and friends and with spacious and very comfortable deck for an garden outdoor glass top dining set will be the good touch for this house. 99 Roosevelt is located on prime location is about 3 min to the supermarket, 4 min to the pharmacy or gym, about 5 min to LIRR Station, 10 min to Sunrise Shopping Center and many others closer places. The most attractive thing from this house is the «Single-floor living. The ranch home’s low profile comes from its roots in the Western United States, where working ranch homes were one-level, practical and unadorned. Modernist influences also kept ranch homes simple and single-story for the most part». Another buller of point is The garage, «the spread of ranch homes coincided with America’s flight to the suburbs, which meant these homes have to accommodate cars, usually two».Karin Beuerlein, Ranch Architecture
«The Area before White Settlement: The Massapequas were settled relatively late compared to other parts of Long Island. Several Oyster Bay merchants had purchased the area in 1658 from local tribesmen, led by their chief Tackapausha, and continued to allow them to hunt and fish as they were accustomed. There is no evidence that any Indians remained in the area when the first white settler arrived. That settler was Thomas Jones and he moved to the area from Oyster Bay in 1696. He found it covered with many lakes and streams. The name Massapequa is derived from the Native American «Marspeag» or «Mashpeag», which means great waterland.
The Massapequas in World War II: Massapequa’s population was still quite small in 1940, only around 3,000 people. Most of the area was undeveloped and many residents worked locally. The Farm District existed in the northwest corner and many farmers doubtless sent some of their produce to the military. Other residents likely worked at one of the aircraft plants that became huge during the war, Grumman and Republic being the largest and closest. Fitzmaurice Flying Field’s activities were curtailed because of restrictions on the use of petroleum products. Of special interest was that the area that became John Burns Park in the 1960s was turned into a cornfield and used to feed the soldiers. Many residents doubtless started their own private gardens called «Liberty Gardens» and raised produce for the military» by George Kirchmann, Patch Poster, Massapequa’s History
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