One of the few remaining so-called “disciple” homes is listed for sale at 110 9th St. in Garden City, offering a rare opportunity to own a Victorian that’s among the earliest houses built in the village.
Built in 1888 on a nearly half-acre lot, this magnificent five-bedroom home has four and a half bathrooms and 4,200 square feet of living space. It’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the A.T. Stewart Era Historic District, named for the community’s founder.
The house boasts custom milled flooring, moldings, and custom windows that match the original circa of this home. It features a chef’s kitchen with custom cabinetry and white Carrera marble counter tops. It also has a gracious formal living room with two marble fireplaces, a sunlit family room that leads to a formal dining room, and a home office.
It has a finished third-floor walkup plus a pull-down attic for storage. The partially finished basement has a family room, summer kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, and entrance to the backyard patio and lush yard. Outside it has a three-car garage.
The property is located within walking distance of downtown Garden City, the Garden City Long Island Rail Road station, and falls in the highly ranked Garden City School District.
The asking price is $1,880,000, not including the annual property taxes of $23,639.
The real estate agents listed for the property are Maggie MacRae and Lori Ann Dredger of Signature Premier Properties, who can be reached at 516-741-4333.
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