Photos via Terrace Sotheby's International Realty

Vintage meets modern at this Forest Hills home that just hit the market.

This Tudor, located at 7 Holder Pl., is every artist’s dream home. Originally built in 1920, the house’s contemporary finishes blend beautifully with the its vintage charm.

Offered by Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty, this home is on the market for $2,395,000.

As you walk into the home, the first thing you’ll notice is the wide pegged oak floors, which flow throughout the entire first floor. When you explore the first floor, you’ll find a custom kitchen, a sunken living room with a fireplace and a dining room that’s decked out in finely crafted wood features.

As you head upstairs you’ll find the master suite, which has an en-suite bathroom and vaulted ceilings. The second floor also houses three additional bedrooms, giving you or your family plenty of room to spread out.

Additional features of the home include two additional full bathrooms and two half bathrooms,  a detached garage, central air conditioning, energy efficient windows throughout, a full, finished basement with high ceilings, a fireplace and oversized windows, and an outdoor patio area that’s perfect for entertaining.

Click here for more information about the listing.

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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