An enchanting Lloyd Harbor mansion situated on a secluded, 2-acre lot is listed for sale.
Located at 49 Harbor Hill Dr., this expansive home is set back from the road, surrounded by trees and shrubbery. A long, private driveway leads to the 7,500-square-foot house, which was built in 1910. The original, classic brick carriage house is a historic, Neo-Georgian style Johnson Estate dubbed “Boatcroft.”
Since its early beginnings, the home has been meticulously expanded and renovated with pristine, modern amenities and interior features while retaining lots of old-world enchantment and charm. The colonial brick house has a modern, rustic interior that’s classy yet inviting. Some features include beautiful oak doors and tall, rounded windows.
When you first walk in, there is a large entrance foyer; a spacious, formal living room; and a library. The first floor also hosts a formal dining room, family room, powder room, and laundry room. Plus, there is a silo bar, an elegant back staircase, and a gourmet, eat-in kitchen featuring gas cooking and high ceilings with custom wood and beams. The kitchen opens to the cozy family room with a fireplace.
The home has a total of six bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half bathroom. Most of these are on the second floor, which also houses a gym and a bonus room. The house also has a partial basement with utilities and storage.
Outside, the home has two garage spaces, a walled brick patio area with a kitchen, and picturesque, nature-filled grounds. The landscaping was done by the renowned Olmsted firm, of Central Park fame.
The single-family home is located in the Cold Spring Harbor School District. It is near a private association beach available to nearby homeowners who pay dues.
The asking price is $2,499,000, not including the annual property tax of $37,857.
The real estate agents listed for the property are Robert Olita and Lynda Olita, of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who can be reached at 631-549-4400.
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