Waterfront Queens mansion with basement batting cage wants $4.29M
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“Behold The Grandest Home In Queens!” brags the enthusiastic brokerbabble for this Douglaston palace. The listing otherwise scant on details, but based on the photos, the seven-bedroom, six-bath abode appears to be rather grand indeed. After all, it is the work of “an award-winning builder,” though which award-winning builder in particular is not specified.
Among the enormous home’s many features: a stunning foyer; a Downton-esque dining room; a studious oak library; a museum-quality hallway with arches and pillars; a spacious eat-in kitchen with an island; a sprawling master suite; and an embarrassment of living areas. None of the bathrooms are pictured, but we are told there are six of them.
No description of this $4.29 million home would be complete without mention of the basement, which includes a full gymnasium “equipped with a baseball batting cage.” For the right buyer, this could be an athletic dream come true.