This charming home maintains much of it's original architectural detail yet has modern updates you will appreciate. Originally built in 1956 for Bernard Glasser, a haberdasher on 4th street back in the day. This home should easily qualify for historic status and Mills Act taxes. The Glasser's lived here for 60 years! The home has all new paint in & out, refinished hardwood floors, newer roof, AC, all new electric plugs & switches and new lighting. The all white kitchen was replaced 3 years ago. KitchenAide stainless professional series appliances, Quartz counters make for easy clean up. An island with seating makes a great place to have breakfast. This home has beautiful wood windows and is flooded with light. A covered front porch welcomes you home, step inside to an open floor plan. The living room is grand piano sized and opens to a covered patio. The large dining room has a corner brick fireplace and paneled walls. Inside laundry room opens to the driveway and back yard. There is a real master bedroom with a private remodeled bath with a large shower. Two other bedrooms share a vintage bath with double sinks and original grey tile. The outside makes this home great: first it sits on the quietest street in all of Floral Park-Freeman is an Oak tree lined street with a T at each end with no traffic. The lot is nearly 8,200 sqft with mature landscaping including citrus trees and a Liquidambar that turn ablaze with fall color. Gated driveway and parking for several cars. HOME!
Listing courtesy of Phillip Schaefer from Seven Gables Real Estate
Listing sold by Gregory Hendrickson from Seven Gables Real Estate