Historic Queen Anne Victorian Home in Sea Cliff Asks $1.3M

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A historic Queen Anne Victorian house is listed for sale at 176 Prospect Ave. in Sea Cliff.

This grayish-purple, clapboard home is one of several eye-catching Victorians in the area. Built in 1886 and restored in 2016, it is one of Sea Cliff’s original “Painted Ladies” and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Homes.

The house has been restored to preserve its original features, while also updating its amenities. This mix of old and new is felt throughout the 3,000 square-foot home. 

Original woodwork and details provide an accent to the home’s modern renovations. Dark wood flooring, exposed brick, and wood doors give a rustic feel to the whole house.

The home’s large, gourmet kitchen boasts soapstone countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and a brick fireplace. The kitchen flows into a sun-drenched dining room and a cozy living room with a gas fireplace.

The house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and one half bathroom. The full, master suite includes a dressing room and laundry room. A staircase leads to a fully finished third-floor room that has a gas fireplace and sweeping water views of Sea Cliff’s coast.

Outside, the home’s large, wrap-around porch offers plenty of space for lounging outdoors. There is also a two-car garage on the .22-acre property, which is located in the North Shore School District.

The asking price is $1,399,000, not including the annual property tax of $15,628.

The real estate agent listed for the property is Vivian Parisi, of Daniel Gale Real Estate, who can be reached at 516-759-6822.

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