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  • Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate/MLSLI
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Douglaston may only be a half-hour train ride from the heart of Manhattan, but one mansion in the neighborhood on the market has the look and feel of a Mediterranean villa.

Currently offered by Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the mansion at 122 Grosvenor St. is described as “Tuscany meets New York,” a sprawling 1920s-style Mediterranean home featuring six bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths and more than 10,000 square feet of exterior space.

The home also has spacious views of Little Neck Bay and is within walking distance of both the Douglaston Country Club and Douglas Manor Dock. Listed at $2,670,000 with an annual real estate tax of $16,458, the mansion offers its future owner a North Shore experience with Queens taxes.

To learn more about the mansion and take a video tour of it, click here.

 

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