Every night can be movie night at this sprawling, marble-soaked Kings Point mansion listed for $7.2 million on a manicured acre.

The almost 8,000-square-foot residence with seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and three half-baths was built and landscaped from scratch in 2010, says listing agent Sohelia Sharf of Sohelia Sharf Realty.

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The 12-seat theater with recliner-style chairs is part of a 6,000-square-foot lower level, where there is a home gym with a marble steam room, a children’s playroom, two en-suite bedrooms and a game room with a prep kitchen, wine refrigerator and bookshelf wallpaper.

A wrought-iron front door opens to a two-story foyer with metallic wall finishes, slab marble floors and a Baccarat chandelier hanging beneath a stained-glass dome. His-and-hers powder rooms — each with a walk-in closet — are next to the foyer.

The great room includes a rounded wall of windows and a wet bar with a countertop crafted of semi-precious stone. There, French doors open to a wraparound stone terrace overlooking Manhasset Bay and the grounds. A stone staircase leads from the patio to an in-ground pool, where there is a grill and a small powder room.

The formal dining room also opens to the terrace, and the formal living room features a traditional fireplace. The library features mahogany bookshelves and displays.

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Custom white cabinetry hides the refrigerator and freezer in the gourmet kitchen, which features Caesarstone counters, two sinks, two dishwashers, a kitchen island and a breakfast area with large windows.

Upstairs, bedrooms are separated into two wings. Four children’s bedrooms each contain built-in closets and marble-accented bathrooms with high-end shower fixtures. The master bedroom features a walk-in closet, an en-suite bathroom with a standalone tub overlooking the grounds and separate lavatories.

Chandeliers are a recurring design feature frequently revisited in the home, as are intricate ceiling finishes, box wainscoting and inlaid hardwood floors. The lower level has 10-foot ceilings and tile floors designed to emulate aged wood.