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This Middle Village home has custom finishes that any homebuyer will love.

Located at 66-12 79th Pl., the stucco home puts a modern spin inside and outside the home. Offered by Crifasi Real Estate, the residence in on the market for $1,299,000.

As you step inside, you’ll immediate notice the open concept layout that connects the first-floor rooms to each other. The first floor is home to a formal living room with a gas fireplace, a formal dining room, a half bathroom and a custom eat-in kitchen that’s complete with stainless steel Bosch appliances and a huge quartz island.

When you head upstairs on the floating staircase, you’ll find the master bedroom, which has a private balcony that overlooks the backyard. The second floor also houses two additional bedrooms and a custom full bathroom.

Additional features of the home include a spacious, fenced-in backyard, a full, partially finished basement with plenty of storage space and an outdoor entrance, radiant heating and a shared driveway.

For more information about this listing, visit mlsli.com.

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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