The Pearl of Oyster Bay, a quaint, country-style Victorian home, is listed for sale at 32 Pearl St. in Oyster Bay.
This three-bedroom, two-bathroom house was built in 1883, and it is on the market for the first time in 42 years. Its charming exterior includes a rocking chair porch and a double-door entryway. The property is privately tucked away among English perennial gardens and well-kept landscaping.
The spacious home has a foyer and central hallway, plus 9-foot cathedral ceilings on the first floor. It also boasts a sunroom for three seasons, a fireplace, arched doorways, and pocket doors. Other notable features are the wood moldings, wood floors, modest stained-glass windows, and porcelain and glass doorknobs.
A back staircase leads to the old-world-looking kitchen with granite countertops. There is also a walk-up attic with skylights, a large room with a bay window nook, and an original clawfoot bathtub.
This 3,140 square-foot house also has a living room, formal dining room, den/family room, pantry, and full, unfinished basement. It is located on .2 acres of land in the Oyster Bay School District.
The asking price is $725,000, not including the annual property tax of $13,654.
The real estate agent listed for the property is Karen Goldberg, of Oyster Bay Real Estate Co., who can be reached at 516-922-7344.
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