$18M European Inspired English Tudor Manor in Kings Point, NY
$18,000,000 | Built 2002 | 13,000 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 9.5+ Baths | 2.98 Acres
144 Kings Point Road, Great Neck, New York, United States, 11024
A European inspired English Tudor with more than 13,000 square feet of space in Kings Point, New York has been reduced to $18 million. Built in 2002 by Kean Development, the intricately detailed residence sits proud on nearly 3 acres with views across the Long Island Sound toward Manhattan. The property was on the market in 2018 for $22 million. Large principal rooms lined with walls of windows are perfect for entertaining large groups, while the home’s eat-in kitchen is a chef’s dream with multiple islands and double sinks. The home also features a large oval dining hall with built-ins, a custom bar adjacent to the living room, and a lower level finished with billiards room, home theatre, spa, gym and indoor gymnasium. There are 7 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. It’s on the market for $18 million with Soheila Sharf of S Sharf Realty Inc.
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