This tremendous English Tudor on the Gold Coast looks historic outside, but inside there are plenty of modern amenities at 144 Kings Point Road in Kings Point, which is on the market.

Built in 2002 and situated at the north end of the Great Neck peninsula, this mansion overlooking the Long Island Sound is classy inside and out, from the multi-colored cobble stone exterior to the extraordinary woodwork and arched passageways within. Among the high-end selling points this house includes are an indoor basketball, racquetball court, gym, massage room and steam room. It sits on a 129,896-square-foot lot, which is about the size of a New York City block.

The 13,000-square-foot living space features seven bedrooms, seven fireplaces, nine full bathrooms, four half bathrooms, a media room and billiards room. There is a separate apartment attached to the property, equipped with a bedroom, bathroom and kitchen. The property offers not only breathtaking views of the Long Island Sound, but also the Manhattan skyline.

This Tudor was built by Kean Developers, who have worked on numerous award-winning projects. This house was featured in Architectural Digest, and several other publications.

The home is about three miles from the Little Neck Long Island Rail Road station, and about four miles minutes from the Long Island Expressway and the Northern State Parkway.

For adventures outside the house, it is conveniently located right by Kings Point Park, Steppingstone Park and the American Merchant Marine Museum.

The house is zoned for Great Neck School District, which had its high school ranked No. 30 in New York State and 195 in the country in U.S. News and World Report‘s annual school report.

The house is listed for sale at $22,000,000. Taxes total up to $185,730.

The broker listed for the property is Soheila Sharf of S Sharf Realty. She can be reached at 516-773-6677.

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