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Levittown

  • 14 Barrister Rd, Levittown
    $779,000
    3 5
  • 106 Hickory Ln, Levittown
    $748,888
    3 4
  • 44 Family Ln, Levittown
    $739,000
    2 5
  • 93 Stirrup Lane, Levittown
    $688,888
    2 5
  • 84 Sugar Maple Rd, Levittown
    $670,000
    3 4
  • 324 Blacksmith Rd, Levittown
    $649,000
    3 6
  • Overview of Levittown

When you’re looking for homes for sale on Long Island, the choices available in Levittown, NY will make you stop and take a second look. Not only are the houses for sale exceptional in their architecture, but the neighborhood itself is also a prized piece of real estate.

Levittown has an interesting history that adds to its appeal for new home buyers. Created by William J. Levitt on potato farmland in Long Island, Levittown’s original name was Island Trees. It was the first of several housing developments by Levitt & Sons, headed by Abraham and his sons William and Alfred. The 17,000-home neighborhood was created as veterans of World War II returned to settle into family life and have the opportunity to own a home in what was then considered pre-suburban living. The first home was available in 1947 featuring Cape Cod-style architecture. Each was one-story and had four rooms plus one bathroom.

Today, the majority of the original Levittown homes have been remodeled, revamped, and renewed yet retain the charm and casual lifestyle ambiance of the past. The homes still generate the simplicity of the time that blended so perfectly with a warm and inviting atmosphere, which is still apparent on every street in the neighborhood.

As you drive through Levittown down tree-lined streets bordered by sidewalks, fences, and landscaped yards, you’ll see examples of creative renovations that took the original structure to another level of style with second-story additions, detailed facades, or a touch of Victorian flair. The changes have only served to enhance an already desirable neighborhood rich in history and community spirit. Since its beginnings 60+ years ago, Levittown has retained and supported its focus on family roots.

Levittown is bordered by the Southern State Pkwy to the south, Northern Stare Pkwy to the north, Wantagh State Pkwy to the west and Hempstead Bethpage Turnpike to the east providing easy access when you’re out and about. Although it is set apart and in a peaceful world of its own, Levittown remains convenient to points of interest, shopping, dining, and entertainment venues.

For a day of perusing storefronts, Levittown Mews offers a variety of shopping and business options from clothing and beauty products to banking and accounting services. Dining won’t leave you craving for more as Levittown eateries feature an assortment of menus to please all palates. Whether it’s a steak you’re craving, a slice of traditional New York pizza, or a decadent pastry, you’ll find a variety of casual restaurants and cafes nearby.

Stay close to home with an outing to the Firefighters Memorial Park to sit and relax or bring kids to have fun on the playground. For an entertaining movie night, the latest dramas, comedies, and thrillers are just a short drive away at the AMC Dine-In where you can enjoy dinner and a movie. If you’re interested in Levittown’s history from its beginnings as Island Trees to its creation as a sprawling housing community, visit the Levittown Public Library and contact the Levittown Historical Society. Both have information that explains the past and its impact on the present that make Levittown the destination of choice for those in search of a little piece of paradise to call home.

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