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Photos courtesy of Terrace Sotheby's International Realty
Photos courtesy of Terrace Sotheby's International Realty

BY KIRSTEN E. PAULSON

Featuring a unique floor plan that includes a full bar, the house at 55 Wendover Rd. in Forest Hills Gardens is selling for $2.1 million.

The house, listed by Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty, has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms spread across three upper floors.

The first floor is taken up by a full bathroom, as well as a larger room that serves as both a living room and dining room, with a gorgeous marble fireplace at the center. The room opens up to a spacious, roofed patio overlooking the backyard. The main hall also has an entryway into the garage.

The second floor contains another living room and dining room, as well as a formal eat-in kitchen with a sliding door opening to the balcony that offers more views of the backyard, as well as the entire neighborhood.

Finally, all the bedrooms are concentrated on the third floor of the home. The master bedroom has its own full, private bathroom, and a half-bathroom serves the hallway.

The basement is outfitted with laundry machines and numerous storage closets, and contains a beautiful full bar nestled in its own alcove under a brick arch.

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