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Goo Goo Dolls frontman selling Sea Cliff home
John Rzeznik, frontman of the rock band Goo Goo Dolls recently put his Sea Cliff Victorian on the market for $1.199 million.
Rzeznik is selling because his work schedule in Los Angeles is so heavy that it doesn’t leave him enough time to spend on Long Island, says Terry Sciubba, owner-broker of Sherlock Homes Realty Corp., who is marketing the home with Patty Harrigan. “He loves the town and is sad to go,” adds Sciubba.
Rzeznick is the second owner of the eight-room house, which was built in 2005 on a 88-by-163-foot lot. “It has great curb appeal,” Sciubba says, noting that the house, which has a rocking chair front porch, is on a little hill and has a huge flat backyard where there is a basketball court.
Inside, one is greeted by a two-story cathedral ceiling foyer. The sun-drenched interior features tall windows, Parquet floors and a gas-burning fireplace in the living room.
The kitchen is designed with a tray ceiling, center island and high-end appliances. There are four bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms, including the master. The master has a spa bathroom with a radiant heat floor and a “giant” walk-in shower.