This house in Jericho’s Hamlet Estates development has luxurious touches from top to bottom — literally. Built in 2007 by the current owner, the home’s features include a library with 24-karat gold trim on the ceiling and imported wood from South Africa as well as a foyer with radiant heated onyx floors. It is on the market for $4.9 million.

“This house epitomizes a level of class like no other,” says agent Jaclyn Lerner of brokerage Graystone Properties, who is listing the house with her husband, Evan Lerner. “It is the pinnacle of attention to detail, luxury, exclusivity and, above all, quality.”

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Also in the library is a 300-year-old marble fireplace that the owner found in Italy, and there is Venetian plaster throughout the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home, which has an elevator to three floors, and also includes a lower level with a home theater, gym and sauna.

Outside, a limestone patio surrounds a kidney-shaped saltwater pool with a hot tub.