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With its unique layout and this high-end fixtures, this three-story Forest Hills home is definitely a must-see.

Located at 71-30 Harrow St., the colonial-style home has successfully blended old and new with its original wood floors and stained glass features with its completely remodeled kitchen and bathrooms. Offered by SBNY Real Estate and Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty, the residence in on the market for $1,890,000.

When you step inside the home, you’ll immediately notice the classic details that go throughout the home. As you explore the first floor, you’ll find a living room with a large fireplace, a formal dining room, a half bathroom, a den and a remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.

The second floor houses three bedrooms and a full bathroom. When you head further up the stairs to the third floor, you’ll find two additional bedrooms and another full bathroom.

Other features of the home include a detached garage with a private driveway, a full finished basement, and a spacious backyard with a patio area.

Click here for more information about the home.

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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