SEE IT: This mansion in Whitestone with water and bridge views just hit the market for over $8.7M


There are some houses that you just have to see to believe it.

This home, located at 3 Point Crescent, sits on a quiet, tree-lined street in the Malba section of Whitestone. Offered by Nest Seekers, this home just hit the market for the huge asking price of $8,795,000 and once you take a look around, you’ll see why.

As you approach this massive house, you see an elegantly landscaped front yard and a seven-car driveway that leads to a three-car garage. The strategically placed lighting will lead you through the property with ease at any time of day.

As you enter the home, you are immediately greeted by a beautiful double staircase that gives you access to the second floor of the house. As you explore the ground floor, you’ll find a family room, a huge eat-in kitchen with an extra-large island and hand decorated moldings, a formal dining room, sitting room and a home office that has spectacular views of the Whitestone bridge.

When you go to the second floor, you’ll find four full bedrooms with their own bathrooms, including a master suite with an over-sized master bath, a half bath, walk-in closet and a Jacuzzi overlooking the water with direct views of the bridge.

The features don’t end on the main two floors of the house. When you walk into the basement, you’ll find an additional family room, a temperature controlled wine room, a second kitchen with wood-fire brick oven, a guest/staff’s suite, direct access to the three car garage as well as the backyard.

The backyard is perfect for hosting events, friends and family. In the center of the yard you find a 40 foot long in-ground pool with a diving board. There is plenty of space for outdoor dining, and with the unobstructed views of the marina and the Whitestone Bridge, you’ll never want to eat inside. There is also a walkway that leads you down to the rocks at the foot of the property line.

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Editor’s Note: The preceding story is based on an entry on Multiple Listing Services Long Island (MLSLI), a real estate listing website, selected by the author at random. It is not a paid advertisement or sponsored content

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