This is one of the truly grand homes of the Historic section of Douglaston manor. It is a solidly built Mediterranean-style home by architect William McCulloch in 1923 featuring stained glass windows, hardwood parquet floors, arched doorways, soaring ceilings, mahogany wainscotting, and handcrafted decorative tile and stonework. The arched entrance through to the foyer opens to a sweeping staircase with a large stained-glass window of Joan of Arc and St. George. To the right is a palatial living room with a massive stone fireplace. Two sets of French doors lead to the sunroom with its own fireplace, arched stained-glass windows and access to the outdoor terrace. To the left of the entry is a magnificent dining room with a painted wood beam ceiling. The first floor also has a study room, guest room, updated full bath, and eat-in kitchen. The Coppes Napanee cabinets are original. The second floor has three bedrooms including an enormous primary stateroom suite with a Juliet balcony in addition to an adjacent room for a nursery or library. In the other wing are two additional bedrooms which also have high ceilings. The baths include original architectural details. There is a walk-in cedar closet, and a small office with access to the attic. The basement has a great room for either a media room or exercise room, laundry room, full bath, and attached two-car garage. One block to the pier with spectacular sunsets. Long Island Railroad access arriving in mid-Manhattan's Penn Station in 25 minutes.
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Listing Agent: Deirdre Folan
Listing Office: NYC - Queens/Bayside
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