The Historical Society of Islip Hamlet hosted another well-attended Holiday House Tour last month.

This is typically one of the best attended house tours on Long Island, the organizers say, and 2016’s installment didn’t disappoint  — with all 500 tickets and 50 reserve tickets sold.

This year’s hamlet tour, which features historic and notable local homes decked out for the holidays, featured four properties.

One stop, at the Lipari home, consisted of a main house and four other buildings.

The Carols for Causes singers sang holiday music at the estate all day on Dec. 4, and musician Rob Baione sang and played guitar at the reception.

The group also collected “an unprecedented number of Toys for Tots,” reads a news release.

The photos come courtesy of the Historical Society of Islip Hamlet.

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The living room of the Lipari home.

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The Lipari dining room.

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The Lipari home’s exterior.

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A stable at the Lipari home.

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Another area of the Lipari home.

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The raffle baskets on display for the reception at the Presbyterian Church of Islip on Main Street.

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Volunteers and participants at the Piccirillo home.

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United States Marine Corps volunteers

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Posing with the tree inside the Dragos home.

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The living room fireplace at the Carter home.

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Musician Bob Baione

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Another scene from the reception at the Presbyterian Church.