Stony Brook S-Section

Stony Brook NY: The S Section

 Are you interested in moving to the “S” Section in Stony Brook New York 11790?  Read our Community Profile for this lovely area –


Stony Brook Long Island’s  S-Section is a Single Family Home community on The North Shore in the Town of Brookhaven. This tree-lined area of consists of addresses within the street names of  Sycamore Circle, Shadetree Lane, Sandstone, Seward, Spaulding, Sedgwick, Shawmont, Spellbourne, Steeple, Silverspruce, Sunbury, Spencer, Sheppard, Stockton, Shetland, Saber, Sage, Seabrook, Sussex, Seville, Sandford, Seward, Saywood, Saddler, Stem, Standish, Stafford, Skylark and Stratton Lane. 


There are a variety of home styles including Ranches, Colonial, Expanded Ranch, Farm Ranch and Cape designs.  Most of these residences do not have basements, but they do have attached garages. The “S” Section was built mostly during 1964 through 1965. 


You can reach the S Section in Stony Brook by Route 347 North to Nichols Road and right onto Sycamore Circle.  All of the homes in this area are within the top rated Three Village School District #1.  For information on the District the General Phone Number is 631-730-4000.


Located on the picturesque North Shore of Long Island, Stony Brook is home to the State University of New York at Stony Brook, The Stony Brook School, Stony Brook Village and Stony Brook University Medical Center.  Stony Brook is accessible to New York City via The Long Island Railroad and is approximately 55 miles to Manhattan. The Railroad Station is situated by North Country Road and Chapman Street in Stony Brook.


Realtors Lawrence “Larry”AND Sheila Agranoff list and sell homes in the “S” Section at Stony Brook Long Island 11790 when available, or any other home or condo on the North Shore of Long Island. If you would like to list your present residence with us, we can feature it on our popular websites.

Call 631-805-4400 (c) and ask your friends and neighbors about us!

STONY BROOK Long Island 11790, is a culturally and historically endowed residential hamlet in Suffolk County’s town of Brookhaven.