oyster bay

A spacious, old-world brick colonial house is listed for sale at 80 Shutter Lane in Oyster Bay.

This three-acre property has this handsome home as its centerpiece, plus a long driveway and a separate two-car garage to the side. Nature lovers will rejoice at the wealth of trees spanning from one side of the home, abounding at its rear and to the other side.

The home is unique for its wavy brick exterior and architectural design that blends the old and the new. The backyard offers gardens, a patio area, and a large inground pool. The house has four bedrooms, including the master bedroom, three bathrooms, and one half bathroom.

Built in 1938, the home retains some of its original features, such as its bay windows and peg hardwood floors. However, it was remodeled to add even more delights throughout, including a new DaVinci Slate roof, built-in cabinetry with leaded glass inserts, and a new, raised panel ceiling with a painted star panel. There are also custom details in each of the home’s moldings.

An entry foyer greets entrants after they walk through the partially enclosed, gated walkway outside. The first floor also has a living room with an elegant fireplace, a formal dining room, spacious eat-in kitchen, mudroom, laundry room, half bathroom, den, and library.

The second floor houses the master bedroom and master bathroom, three additional bedrooms, and two bathrooms. In the basement, there is a home office, mechanical room, and storage. The basement is full, partially finished, and has walk-out access.

The asking price is $1,998,000, not including the annual property tax of $23,794.

The real estate agents listed for the property are Ann Roberts and Robert Hulse, of Compass Greater NY LLC, who can be reached at 516-500-8271.

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