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Photos courtesy of MLSLI
Photos courtesy of MLSLI

This beautiful Colonial Revival home at 902 Shore Rd. in Douglaston features a wraparound porch with Doric columns, more than 100 feet of frontage overlooking Little Neck Bay, and beach rights.

Part of the Douglaston Historic District, this Arts and Crafts/Colonial Revival house in Douglas Manor features white wood shingle siding with character, a hipped roof with overhanging eaves, and a round projecting bay at the corner, overlooking the bay.

Listed by J. Douglas Montgomery and Pat McGrath of Home NY, this two-and-a-half-story home has five bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half bathroom, with real wood floors and parquet throughout.

A formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, half-bath, two fireplaces, and a bright and open living room with a 180-degree view of the bay sprawl across the ground floor.

The master suite and en-suite bathroom, as well as three bedrooms, occupy the home’s second floor. The top floor houses the fifth bedroom, with a roughed-in bathroom. The home also includes an open, partially finished basement and an attic.

The home includes a contemporary matching two-car garage accessed via Shore Road. The brick garden walls of the lush backyard enclose an attached conservatory with polygonal plan and monitor roof, added to the home in 1916.

Editor’s note: A previous version erroneously identified the broker as Douglas Elliman Real Estate. The pictures were also courtesy of Multiple Listing Services. We regret any confusion which may have resulted.


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