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1 Rolling Meadow Lane
Imagine having a centralized system that allows you to control the mechanicals in your house - from lights and thermostats to audio and video equipment. Thank smart house technology. Built in 2005, this 5,300-square-foot Victorian is wired for automation. The owner installed a system called Crestron. Touch screens in the house are connected to the main unit in the basement. In this case, they control audio and video. The system, which is pre-wired for cameras, is compatible with other manufacturers and can be added onto at any time. The property's landscape includes a pool with lights and a spa area with multiple waterfalls, which are also automated. The pool lights, waterfalls and hot tub, as well as exterior lighting, can be fired up through a separate system - Polaris - that is accessible from inside the house. The home also features wood floors, 9-foot ceilings, three fireplaces and moldings. Of 13 rooms, there's a sunroom with radiant heat and a separate wing on the main level that includes a media room, an office and a guest room. There are six bedrooms, including a master suite, and 5 1/2 bathrooms.
Jim and Julia Spampinato, Coach Real Estate Associates, Northport, 516-313-3443.(Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan, Newsday)
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