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The master bathroom features a glass shower and (Credit: MLSLI)

The master bathroom features a glass shower and a jacuzzi.

Princesses Long Island star Chanel Omari's Great Neck home for sale

The home of Chanel "Coco" Omari, one of six stars of Bravo's reality series "Princesses: Long Island," was put on the sales market in June 2013 with a $2.88 million asking price (read the full story here.

The Contemporary-style Great Neck home is featured prominently on the series and boasts seven bedrooms and three bathrooms on a 100- by 107-foot property with water views of Little Neck Bay.

"The house is very cozy, very nice," said Sam Omari, Chanel's father and the home's owner. "It is a nice environment with good energy."

The father of
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The father of "Princesses: Long Island" star Chanel Omari listed their Great Neck home for sale with a $2.88 million asking price in June 2013.

As of June 2013, Evelyne Somekh of Coldwell
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As of June 2013, Evelyne Somekh of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate is the listing agent for the Omaris' 15-year-old home.

The 4,726-square-foot home has a distinct dining room.
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The 4,726-square-foot home has a distinct dining room.

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The Omaris' home features high ceilings throughout.
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The Omaris' home features high ceilings throughout.

The master bedroom boasts water views.

The master bedroom boasts water views.

Chanel Omari's house has seven bedrooms. Three of
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Chanel Omari's house has seven bedrooms. Three of them are on the first floor and four, including the master bedroom, are on the second floor.

The master bathroom features a glass shower and
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The master bathroom features a glass shower and a jacuzzi.

The home has one bathroom on the first
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The home has one bathroom on the first floor and two on the second floor.

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The home overlooks Little Neck Bay and the
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The home overlooks Little Neck Bay and the Throgs Neck Bridge is visible from the backyard.

The home's patio has seating, a basketball court
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The home's patio has seating, a basketball court and a backyard.

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