Right side of the tracks

“High-end homeowners are pricing according to other asking prices of what was on the market, not what those properties are actually selling for,” Rudi Friedman said. “They are priced higher than they should be in today’s environment.”

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Kings Point mansion lists for $50M

“One would have to travel the world to find the outstanding craftsmanship to be found in this one-of-a-kind masterpiece,” says listing agent Jason Friedman of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “The attention to detail pays homage to the artisans of the past while exceeding the demands of modern life.”

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St. Ignatius Retreat on the market for $110 million

“This property is a unicorn ... the last of its kind,” Jason Friedman, of Daniel Gale Sotheby's said. “It’s a prime site, in one of the Island’s premiere neighborhoods." 

Given the rarity of "that much undeveloped land so close to the city," Friedman said he anticipates the property will sell relatively quickly. 

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Long Island Cheat Sheet

“The property is a unicorn… the last of its kind,” Daniel Gale Sotheby’s broker Jason Friedman told the outlet. “It’s a prime site, in one of [Long] Island’s premier neighborhoods.”

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Inisfada listed on the market for $110 million

“Once they own it, they’re free to do whatever they see fit,” said listing agent Jason Friedman with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. “They could go in a different direction with it. They could go in the direction that it’s going in. If some very wealthy person wanted to, they could buy it and build one house.”

The property on Searingtown Road went on the market April 2 and there is already interest from domestic and international parties, Friedman said.


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Versailles meets modern living in $50M Kings Point home

Jason Friedman, a real estate agent with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty who is selling the home, said the mansion is unique because it features imports from French estates and “everything in it is real.”

Famous French designers also had their hand in crafting the home, Friedman said, which was built in 2002.

“The level of quality and detail is something personally I have not seen in any of the houses I’ve been in on Long Island,” Friedman said.

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