Bull Calf Landing at Centerport is a small water view condo community that was built in 1986. There is a community tennis court. Units have a patio. Homes in Bull Calf Landing go to Harborfields schools. Pets are allowed at this community. Units at this community have 2 to 3 bedrooms. Find condos for sale in Centerport NY.
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