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Photos courtesy of Exit Realty Next
Photos courtesy of Exit Realty Next

There’s a special place in the Beechhurst section of Whitestone that few people know about. Even if you lived there your whole life, it sometimes is shocking to hear how little is known about this pocket community called Robinwood.

It’s hard to miss if you frequent Fort Totten Park, as all the homes in this community portray grandeur and luxury on par with any other part of the borough. However, what makes this home and area unique is that it gives us a glimpse back to what our neighborhood looked like before. Where homes came in a variety of shapes and sizes and were made to stand the test of time.

On the surface, you’ll see a beautiful, well-kept English Tudor that looks like a scene out of a movie. In fact, according to an article released in 2010, it was the set of the famous silent film “The Pilgrims.” The entire movie was shot there.

That home, located just a short walk from the Throgs Neck Bridge, can be yours for $1,599,999.


Offered by Jonathan Talmi of Exit Realty Next, the beautiful Tudor at 10-54 Totten St. features 4 large bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms, including a master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling walk-in closets and a master bathroom with a shower and a jacuzzi tub. There’s also a finished attic and basement.


Click here to learn more about the home or to schedule an appointment to check it out.





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