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For $2.65M, a revamped home in a quiet Forest Hills enclave

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The 20th-century home has been given a top to bottom renovation

Photos courtesy Douglas Elliman.

A charming single-family home within a tucked-away portion of Forest Hills has hit the market with a steep $2.65 million asking price. While the home dates back to 1925, it’s been given a fresh renovation and now has a contemporary design.

The listing description doesn’t give a ton of information about the home, but it does reveal that there are four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The main level has been given an open-concept design with a sun-filled living room, an expansive eat-in chef’s kitchen with high-end stainless steel appliances, and a large dining area. The lower level has a family room, laundry room, guest bedroom, and access to the garage.

On the upper level, you’ll find the sizable master suite, complete with a walk-in closet and a master bathroom. There are also two additional bedrooms on this floor, both with decent closet space and plenty of incoming natural light.

Outdoor space is plentiful here, with a front yard, backyard, a patio, and a heated driveway.