Grist Mill House, a modern colonial mansion overlooking a pond, is listed for sale at 200 Gristmill Lane in Great Neck.
The 56,000 square-foot home was built in 1790 and rebuilt and expanded in 2010. This one-acre property sits right at Udall’s Pond next to the Saddle Rock grist mill. Views of the Manhattan skyline, bridges, and water can be seen from the home.
With six bedrooms and six bathrooms, plus one half bath, the home allows for plenty of privacy and open space throughout. There is also an entrance foyer, family room, home office, powder room, guest rooms, and walk-in closets.
The home’s eat-in kitchen is made for a chef with a 10-foot island in the center of it all. It also has a six-burner range with grill, Thermador double oven, Miele built-in coffee machine, and two sinks and dishwashers.
The kitchen leads into an open-concept dining room and family room space. The house also has two separate home office spaces, including one with a library and one next to an enclosed sunroom.
Plus, Grist Mill House has a separate wing with a guest bedroom and bathroom, recreation room, and sliding doors opening to the outdoor patio. Outside, there are verandas, patios, an inground pool, and a small cottage that could be repurposed for a variety of uses.
The asking price is $4,995,000, not including the annual property tax of $45,008.
The real estate agent listed for the property is Mona Schechner, of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who can be reached at 516-621-3555.
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