A grand brick English colonial home with stunning stained glass windows is listed for sale at 72 Berkshire Rd. in Rockville Centre.
Built in 1937, the four-story, 3,600-square-foot house is located in the historic Old Canterbury section of the village. The exterior alone catches the eye with its geometric patterns in the brick placement and colorful stained glass windows.
While the old, lived-in home could use some minor touch ups here and there, it’s overall blooming with elegance and space — lots of space. Each of the five bedrooms is plenty spacious, including the master suite, which has a bathroom and large, walk-in closet There’s also tons of sunlight to be taken in from this home’s large windows.
Another special feature: the backyard. Its large, manicured lawn stretches back to the next street. It also has a sizable patio. The eat-in kitchen overlooks the backyard through its own stained glass windows by the sink and inset bench by the breakfast area. This open concept chef’s kitchen also has an island and chandelier.
Aside from the kitchen, the first floor has an entry foyer, sunken living room, grand dining room, mudroom, laundry room, and powder room. The second floor houses the bedrooms and bathrooms. The third floor has a bathroom and storage space, and the finished basement serves as office and play space with several closets for storage.
The asking price is $1,995,000, not including the annual property tax of $33,524.
The real estate agent listed for the property is Elizabeth Byrne, of Harms Real Estate Inc., who can be reached at 516-766-4118.
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