Classic Colonial Home in Locust Valley Asks $1.9M

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Soundridge, a spacious, classic colonial home, is listed for sale at 629 Bayville Rd. in Locust Valley.

This house, built in 1914, is grand and classy. It sits on a sprawling and secluded 2.07-acre country estate with ample space inside and out. Fine architectural details give the home its historic character while being completely and newly renovated with gorgeous, modern amenities.

The main floor is open with an entry hall leading to a grand, formal living room with a fireplace. There is also a walnut-paneled library and formal dining room with fireplaces. The large eat-in kitchen has its own fireplace, as well as a breakfast area.

The family room has — you guessed it — a fireplace. There are also two offices, a mudroom, and a powder room on the first floor.

In total, the house has seven bedrooms and five full bathrooms. The second floor houses the master suite, including the bedroom, large walk-in closet, spa bath, and sunlit lounging area. Also on the second floor are the remaining bedrooms and a laundry room. 

This property also features a spacious attic, a renovated, three-car garage, expansive terraces, and an outdoor, inground pool. Recent updates have been made to the HVAC and electric, roof, insulation, exterior, and windows.

The home is located in a quaint neighborhood in the Village of Lattingtown, close to beaches, Bayville adventure parks, and more.

The asking price is $1,999,950, not including the annual property tax of $53,717.

The real estate agent listed for the property is Kathleen Dodd, of Daniel Gale Assoc Inc., who can be reached at 516-759-4800.

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