The 2.2-acre estate has a lush lawn with a circular driveway in front of the red-brick neo-traditional home that was built in 1999 and sits close to the Long Island Expressway.
According to the Dirt the home was brought in 2003 for 1.95 million. There are six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms in about 5,300 square feet. Double-height columns stand sentry on the front porch that gives way to a grandiose double-height foyer with a flying staircase and a glitzy crystal chandelier. A carved pink-stone fireplace anchors the formal living room, the formal dining room showcases elegant herringbone-pattern wood floors, and the family room has a monumental, Indonesian-style carved wood mantelpiece. Updated with high-end stainless-steel appliances, the kitchen features a curved island snack bar and an informal dining area set into a bay window that overlooks the backyard.