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Start preparing for next summer by finding the house of your dreams near the water.

This home, located at 180 Beach 147th St. in Neponsit, is just one block away from the beach. Offered by Douglas Elliman, this majestic colonial is listed for $2,999,000 and you’ll have to take a look around.

Upon entry, the first thing you’ll notice is the grand foyer that has a spiral staircase to the second floor. As you venture past the foyer, you’ll find a formal living room, dining room, a chef’s kitchen and a den with a gas fireplace. Attached to the den is an enclosed terrace with double screens and ceiling fan.

On the second floor, you’ll find the master suite. You’ll fall in love with the en-suite bathroom, which contains a huge Jacuzzi tub, a spacious stand up shower and large pedestal sink. Also on the second floor you’ll find three additional bedrooms with their own climate control and a full-sized bathroom.

Additional features of this spectacular home include a spacious yard with a fruit and vegetable garden, a finished basement with a large entertainment area, wet bar, children’s playroom, laundry room, guestroom and full size bathroom.

Click here for more information on this listing.

 

 

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