Our semi-regular feature, Monday Mansion, examines the most interesting mega homes on the market in the far reaches of New York. Have a listing in mind that we're missing? Tell us about it. To the outer boroughs we go!
Lovely Tudor-inspired homes are a dime a dozen in Forest Hills, and this particular specimen—built in 1910, and currently on the market for $2.668 million—is no exception. It's located within the exclusive Forest Hills Gardens enclave, and is part of a row of homes constructed by architect Grosvenor Atterbury using a forward-thinking (for the time) method of building with pre-cast concrete. The exterior is predictably charming, with stone accents and the half-timbering that are characteristic of Tudor Revival homes; it's also located on a corner lot, with an expansive yard. While the interiors are also lovely, for the most part, there are some places that'll likely need an update—check out the retro kitchen, for instance.