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Welcome to Four Seasons Sunroom, the leading LifeRoom service provider in Old Bethpage, NY. A LifeRoom, as conceptualized by our team, is not just a living space — it is an embodiment of luxury, comfort, and personal expression. Tailored to fit your distinct preferences, our specialized team collaborates with you at every step, from the initial idea to the final execution. Together, we ensure that your LifeRoom radiates your style while serving your unique needs.
Having served residents in Old Bethpage, NY and the broader Nassau County for years, our reputation speaks for itself. Our client testimonials are a testament to our commitment to unparalleled quality and attention to detail. At Four Seasons Sunroom, we pride ourselves on delivering not just a room, but a lifetime experience. Have a question? Eager to start? Reach out to our friendly representatives at 516-253-2329, and embark on this transformative journey with us.
When it comes to creating a LifeRoom in Old Bethpage, NY, Four Seasons Sunroom stands a notch above the rest. Our reputation is built on a foundation of trust, craftsmanship, and a genuine passion for design. With years of experience under our belt, we’ve consistently demonstrated our commitment to excellence, ensuring that our client’s visions come to vibrant life.
We utilize a blend of traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge design principles to conceive LifeRooms that strike the perfect balance between functionality and aesthetics. It’s not just about bricks and paint; it’s about understanding your vision and translating it into a reality that resonates with your lifestyle.
Our influence stretches beyond the borders of Old Bethpage, NY. Over the years, we’ve had the privilege of transforming countless homes across Nassau County. Each one tells its own tale of dreams realized and spaces reborn. No project is too big or too small for us. Every endeavor receives our utmost attention, dedication, and finesse, ensuring that the end result exceeds your expectations.
At Four Seasons Sunroom, we believe that a LifeRoom isn’t just another room in your home; it’s a sanctuary that mirrors your life, aspirations, and dreams. We invite you to dive deep into our world, derive inspiration from our previous projects, and envision what we can achieve together. For all inquiries, discussions, and to kickstart your LifeRoom journey, give us a call at 516-253-2329. Let’s co-create the LifeRoom you’ve always dreamt of. Your dream LifeRoom awaits!
The beauty of a LifeRoom lies in its adaptability and customization. Here, in Old Bethpage, NY, and the larger Nassau County, Four Seasons Sunroom reigns supreme as the trusted name in creating LifeRooms tailored to individual tastes. Whether you’re envisioning a cozy reading nook, an expansive entertainment space, or a serene meditation room, we’ve got you covered.
Our experts, with their vast experience and keen eye for detail, understand the diverse lifestyles and aspirations of our clients in Nassau County. This enables Four Seasons Sunroom to craft spaces that aren’t merely rooms, but extensions of one’s personality. Let us walk you through our process, showcasing our past projects, and brainstorming ideas that suit you. Your space, your rules.
With Four Seasons Sunroom by your side, the process is not just about construction; it’s about co-creation. Reach out today, and let’s embark on this creative journey together. Let your space in Nassau County echo your spirit and style. Your dream LifeRoom is just one call away.
In 1695, Thomas Powell bought about 10,000 acres (40 km2) from local Indian tribes, including the Marsapeque, Matinecoc, and Sacatogue, for 140 English pounds. This land, which includes present day Bethpage, East Farmingdale, Farmingdale, Old Bethpage, Plainedge, Plainview, South Farmingdale, and part of Melville, is known as the Bethpage Purchase and is approximately 3.5 miles (5.6 km) east to west and 5 miles (8.0 km) north to south.
Powell called his land Bethphage, because it was situated between two other places on Long Island, Jericho and Jerusalem, just as the biblical town of Bethphage (meaning “house of figs”) was situated between Jericho and Jerusalem. Today, the Long Island place formerly called Jerusalem is known as Wantagh and Island Trees, while the placename Jericho is unaltered. Over time, Bethpage was spelled without the second “H”. Powell’s 14 children split up his purchase and it evolved into several farming communities, and the one in this mostly central part of the purchase retained the name “Bethpage”.
A railroad spur completed in 1873, known as the Bethpage Branch of the Central Railroad of Long Island, ran to a brickworks plant which had opened on what is now Battle Row and Bethpage-Sweet Hollow Road in the 1860s. The railway was built to transport bricks for the construction of Alexander Stewart’s Garden City.For a few years, regularly scheduled passenger traffic also appeared in timetables, with the station being called Bethpage. The line was abandoned in 1942. Remnants of a locomotive turntable can be found in the woods of Bethpage State Park on the east side of Round Swamp Road. The brickyard continued operations under different owners until 1981, with different sections known variously as Bethpage Brickworks, Queens County Brick Manufacturing Company, Post Brick Company, and (after Nassau County split from Queens County in 1899) Nassau Brick Company. The pitted terrain at the brickworks was used in investigations by Grumman for digital mapping of Earth.Learn more about Old Bethpage.