A spacious and cozy, early 20th-century Tudor home in Manhasset is listed for sale at 539 Manhasset Woods Rd.

Built in 1928, the stucco house’s exterior gives it an old-world aesthetic — as does the arched doorway. Stone and brick accent the front in a particular pattern to fit the distinct design.

Inside, a grand entrance foyer greets all who arrive. Further in, the formal living room has high, cathedral ceilings with wood beams and plenty of space all around, plus, one of the home’s two fireplaces. There’s also a formal dining room next to the living room. 

The eat-in kitchen has a large island in the middle with three high seats and its own informal dining area. It also has its own pantry and granite countertops. Then, there is a sunken living room — more informal, as well, with a large screen to project films on.

This five-bedroom house, which is about 5,300 square feet, features five and a half bathrooms, a private office, home gym, a powder room, storage space, walk-in closets, and a finished basement with full, walk-out access. Also, the home includes a legal accessory apartment. 

Outside, there is a three-car garage and circular driveway. The house sits upon a slight hill and is a short drive from the Long Island Rail Road, major highways, shopping, and country clubs. It is located in the Port Washington school district.

The asking price is $2,295,000, not including the annual property tax of $56,93.

The real estate agents listed for the property are Nicholas Liappas and Kristen Vlahopoulos, both of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who can be reached at 516-627-2800.

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