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Lake Ronkonkoma homes are in high demand due to its beautiful location and its relative proximity to Manhattan. The public schools in the area are very highly rated, with most performing well above the state average on standardized testing. Moreover, area schools receive top marks from parents in areas like parent involvement and teacher effectiveness.
Lake Ronkonkoma real estate is officially part of the town of Brookhaven, with small parts in the Town of Smithtown and the Town of Islip. Stony Brook University is located in the Brookhaven hamlet of Stony Brook. It is the town’s top employer. It’s also a great choice for higher education, as one of the top ranked institutions in the State University of New York system.
The actual Lake Ronkonkoma is Long Island’s largest freshwater lake. It was created by a retreating glacier. There are many legends about the lake, including that a ghostly Indian maiden who drowned in the lake, Princess Ronkonkoma, demands one male victim every year. The Ronkonkoma Historical Society is the place to go to learn more about the history of Ronkonkoma homes. There is a lot of history in the town, from the original Native American tribes, to the settlers from Massachusetts, to the vacationers who made it a resort town in the early part of the 20th century. Today it is a thriving hamlet and a great place to settle.
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