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This home in Forest Hills is one you should definitely add to your “must-see” list.

This split-level home, located at 112-05 72nd Ave., boasts elegance and class with a modern twist. Offered by Exit Kingdom Realty, this home is on the market with an asking price of $2,100,000.

When you step on to the property, the first thing you notice beyond the front gate is a spacious yard that has been beautifully maintained. Once you enter the home, you’ll immediately see a sun-drenched first floor, which has an open floor plan and hardwood maple floors. The living room, dining room and den contain huge windows, letting in tons of natural light.

Your inner chef will never want to leave this home’s kitchen. With its Bosch appliances, Viking downdraft vent and waterfall quartz countertops, this kitchen is perfect for cooking for yourself and others while “wow-ing” your friends and family with its immaculate appearance.

As you walk up the stairs to the second floor, you’ll find a master suite with a private full bathroom, two additional bedrooms and full bathroom, all of which have been outfitted with modern designs and details. The doors throughout the home are sound absorbing and have magnetic door handles.

But wait, there’s more. The third floor offers another master bedroom with a private full bathroom and a room that can serve as a den or a fifth bedroom. The home also has a full, finished basement with a full bathroom and laundry room, and an attached two-car garage.

Click here for more information about this listing.


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