Kings Point, NY


Welcome to this brick and stone colonial mansion situated on over 1 acre of perfectly manicured resort-like property with an expansive stone patio, in-ground swimming pool with an inlaid hot-tub, outdoor kitchen and fountains located in the Prestigious Village of Kings Point.

The foyer’s custom designed stained glass dome, viewable through a multi-story circular opening, serves as a breathtaking focal point for the home. The front doors open into a stunning hardwood circular entrance, surrounded by multiple rings of stone and features an open layout boasting clear lines of site throughout the width of the interior. The home’s main level includes a state-of-the-art eat-in-kitchen with an oversized breakfast area and family directly with a fireplace off of it, an expansive great room with two-tone parquet flooring and a fireplace, a generously sized formal dining room, a tea room, a butler’s pantry with multiple line coolers, wet bar and fridge and 3 powder rooms.

Both of the home’s hand made custom designed winding staircases lead to a spacious landing with a circular balcony overlooking the first floor. The master suite overlooks the water and includes soaring ceilings, a fireplace, massive his and her walk-in-closets, his and her showers and jacuzzi and a sitting room. The second floor is made up of an additional four additional bedrooms with on suite baths and fully outfitted closets.

The home’s lower level walks out to the backyard’s pool area and includes a vintage reclaimed wet-bar, gym, poker room, pool area, media area, additional bedrooms and full baths. The 3 car attached garage is heated with stone floors.


1.04 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.