Bellmore Colonial Built From Jones Beach Water Tower Bricks Asks $739,000


This nostalgia-inducing Colossal Colonial featuring the original wood, brick, and stone used to build the Jones Beach water tower is listed for sale at 2703 John St. in Bellmore.

Built in 1930 on a quarter-acre lot, this four-bedroom, three-bathroom home has 2,524 square feet of living space and tons of charm. It boasts an archway in the entry foyer, custom moldings, leached oak hardwood floors, and is situated on a park-like property that includes a water fountain in the backyard.

The house features an updated eat-in kitchen with oak cabinets, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances, a formal dining room, and den with a wet bar. The spacious master suite with a jet tub, bidet, and walk-in closet is one of two bedrooms on the second floor. The other two bedrooms and a media area are on the third floor reachable via spiral staircase. The fully finished basement has a wine cellar, full bathroom, laundry room, and storage space.

It comes equipped with two fireplaces and central air conditioning. Outside it has patio, deck, carport, and a brick 2.5-car detached garage with a pair of second-floor bonus rooms.

The property is located within walking distance of downtown Bellmore’s shopping and dining district, the Bellmore Long Island Rail Road station, and several locals parks. It’s in the highly ranked Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District.

The asking price is $739,000, not including the $11,398 in annual property taxes.

The real estate agents listed for the property are Christopher Hubbard and Joann Hubbard of RE/MAX Central Properties, who can be reached at 516-731-2700.

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