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With high-end finishes and spacious rooms, this Jamaica Estates home is worth visiting.

Located at 86-27 Chelsea St., this home has been completely renovated with high-end finishes and brand new electrical and plumbing. Offered by Keller Williams Realty, it can be yours for $1,759,000.

On the first floor, you’ll find a roomy living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, a family room, and a half bathroom. The large, eat-in kitchen features stainless steel appliances, tons of cabinet space and heated marble floors for those chilly winter months.

The first floor also houses a spacious master bedroom that is complete with a walk-in closet.

As you head up the stairs to the second floor, you’ll find three additional bedrooms with tons of living space and two full bathrooms. Additional features of the home include a full, finished basement with high ceilings, laundry facilities, a kitchen and bathroom, an attached one-car garage and a huge backyard with a patio area.

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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