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604 Shore Rd., Douglaston

There’s no denying it: this colonial in Douglaston is a must-see.

Located at 604 Shore Rd., this is the second time in a century that this house has been on the market. Once you take a look inside, you’ll see why the owners held onto it for so long. Offered by Douglas Elliman Real Estate, this colonial is asking for $6,750,000.

Originally built in 1919, this home has been masterfully renovated throughout the inside. As you explore the first floor, you’ll find a huge eat-in kitchen, a formal living room and dining room, a den, mudroom and one bathroom.

When you head upstairs, you’ll find the master suite, which is complete with a private bathroom and walk-in closet. The rest of the second floor houses four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two changing rooms and access to the third floor, which has a washer/dryer room.

In case that wasn’t enough, the colonial sits in the heart of Douglas Manor and overlooks the Little Neck Bay in the front yard. The backyard also offers a large amount of space with finished barbecue section, perfect for hosting cookouts with family and friends.

Other features of the house include a detached two-car garage with renovated guest quarters upstairs, dock rights, radiant heat throughout the house and a full, finished basement complete with a movie/media room, playroom, fitness center and sauna.

Click here for more information about this home.

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