Nesconset Long Island Homes And Condos Zip Code 11767 | Living In Nesconset | Suffolk County New York

LAWRENCE “LARRY” AND SHEILA AGRANOFF are Full-Time Realtors who cover the North Shore Of Long Island including Nesconset Long Island in Zip Code 11767. 
Nesconset Long Island is located in Suffolk County New York in the Town Of Smithtown. It borders Smithtown, Village of The Branch, Lake Grove, Lake Ronkonkoma and Hauppauge. The Smithtown School District #1 and Sachem School District #5 service this neighborhood depending on where you live in the area. For information on The Smithtown School District the general phone number is 631-382-2000. For The Sachem School District the phone number is 631-471-1310.
Lawrence and Sheila list and sell homes in Nesconset Long Island. Condo and Homeowner’s Association communities in Nesconset Long Island include Country Pointe, Country Pointe North and The Woods At Smithtown.
Nesconset Long Island is a residential suburban area with a community feel and the area attracts young families, as well as empty nesters and large family households. Although Nesconset does not have a Main Street area, it does many restaurants, businesses and shops and is nearby to major roadways. There are parks too including Charles P. Toner Park which now has a dog walk, plus there are many athletic fields throughout the community.
Neighborhoods feature various types of architecture including Ranch Style Homes, Colonials, Splanch, Capes, Hi-Ranch, Colonials and Post Modern Homes.

LARRY AND SHEILA can sell you a residence in Nesconset Long Island or in any other North Shore or South Shore neighborhood that is for sale. Perhaps you would like to sell your present residence and want to list it with us. We can feature your property on our popular websites.


If you are relocating to The North Shore of Long Island, we are Certified Relocation Specialists , Certified Buyer Representatives and Certified Negotiation Specialists!


Nesconset Trivia: The neighborhood gets its name from Algonquian for “second crossing”. It was among one of the last sections of Smithtown NY to be developed because it was heavily wooded.