Kings Point, NY


This estate unfolds on over 1 Acre of beautiful waterfront property located in the Prestigious Village of Kings Point. The home is secluded and private, sitting down a long private driveway far off of the road.

The home boasts a two story entry way showcasing a hand painted ceiling and a winding staircase with a solid hand-carved mahogany banister. The home’s great room features a large formal sitting area with a fireplace and a family area overlooking the water, in ground pool with waterfall and the water. The state-of-the-art eat-in-kitchen features top of the line appliances, a full-sized fridge and freezer, multiple sinks, multiple dishwashers and a perfectly placed breakfast area overlooking the grounds and water. The formal dining room is expansive and has ample natural light. The floor is rounded out by a bedroom on the main level, a formal powder room, a full bathroom and laundry room.

The master suite includes such highlights as soaring ceilings, a fireplace, separate his and her walk-in-closets, a terrace overlooking the backyard, pool and water and a stunning master bathroom with a steam shower, jacuzzi and his/her vanities. The floor is rounded out by an additional 4 bedrooms, all with their own on-suite full bathrooms.

The home’s lower level was completely renovated and has a full wet bar, kitchenette, a bedroom with a large walk in closet, a full bathroom, an oversized play area and media area. Other features include an outdoor kitchen and wet bar by the in-ground heated pool, a waterfall, a hot tub, an outdoor shower, a full bathroom outside servicing the pool and a 3 door/3 car garage.


1+ acreS


8,000 SQ. FT.


7 Bedrooms






Kings Point, New York

A village within Great Neck, this affluent suburb offers its residents access to some of the most top-rated schools throughout Long Island. Among the homes offered here are a number of beautiful Estates throughout this coast-lined community that juts out into the Long Island Sound. Kings Point is home to the United States Merchant Marine Academy and its maritime museum. W. R. Grace, a former New York City mayor, lived here during the time he accepted the Statue of Liberty.