Set on a landscaped .47-acre, this well-appointed five-bedroom Colonial residence has been recognized by the Great Neck Historical Society as the home of Julius Henry “Groucho” Marx from 1926-1931.
Exuding charm, the residence was expanded in 2014. It includes an attractive portico opening to a foyer with comfortable radiant heat and skylights, a formal living room with oversized casement windows and fireplace, an elegant formal dining room with lovely architectural details and a bright kitchen with a spacious informal dining area and large windows overlooking the delightful back gardens. There is a bedroom and hallway bath on the main level, a primary bedroom with a spa-inspired en suite bath and two additional bedrooms on the second level and a bedroom with a full hallway bath and office on the third level.
Central air conditioning, Sonos sound system, patios, attached garage for two vehicles. Gracious living and entertaining in a delightful landscaped setting just 18-miles from Manhattan.
ContactAbraham Kanfer, Associate Real Estate Brokerc.917.797.9466