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Photos via Multiple Listing Service of Long Island (MLSLI)
Photos via Multiple Listing Service of Long Island (MLSLI)

Moving into this Douglaston abode would make it hard to ever leave home.

Located at 140 Prospect Ave., this three bedroom, three and a half bathroom one-family residence is in the historic Douglas Manor section of the neighborhood.

Built in 1910, the home features interior architecture originally designed by Gustav Stickley, a renowned American furniture manufacturer, designer and publisher. According to the listing, the details were restored by interior designers, maintaining “authentic Stickley architectural details throughout.”


The main floor features a spacious living room with a fireplace, formal dining room, designer kitchen and breakfast nook.

breakfast nook


On the second floor is the master suite, a bedroom, two baths and an outdoor balcony, perfect for enjoying the warmer months of the year.



The third floor features a large bedroom, bath and storage space.

Looking for the movie theater experience? No need to leave home. In the fully finished basement is a cozy movie room with eight reclining seats, as well as a half bath and laundry room.


The property’s outdoor space features a detached garage, private driveway, large front and back lawns and patio space. The residence is also located nearby the Douglaston Long Island Rail Road station and the picturesque Udalls Cove Park and Preserve.

According to the listing, taxes on the property are $10,845.

Listing brokers are Parvin Avazeh and Charles Robert Manna of Laffey Real Estate. For more information, visit their website.



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