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Rich Cribs: Builder re-lists Centerport home he sold in 2001

Anthony Porco built the house in 2000, sold

Anthony Porco built the house in 2000, sold it in 2001 and bought it back in 2011. It’s on the market again in January 2014, priced at $1,599,950. (Credit: Handout)

Anthony Porco owned his five-bedroom, 4½-bathroom Mediterranean-style home in Centerport during two periods in 11 years — with a 10-year break. He built the house in 2000, sold it in 2001 and bought it back in 2011.

It’s now on the market again, priced at $1,599,950.

On the second ownership, he started over, gutting and renovating the three-story home. There are two master suites, radiant-heat flooring in the kitchen, den and bathrooms, terraced waterfalls, a koi pond and multiple decks.


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The lower level features a wall of windows overlooking Centerport Harbor. The kitchen and dining room have walkouts to multilevel decks. The two master bedroom suites are on the second floor, and one has a stairway to a loft and turret, which Porco calls the crow’s nest, adding, “You can see Connecticut.”

Douglas Elliman’s Maureen Polye is co-listing the property with Warren Amendola of Coach Realtors. 

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Tags: Rich Cribs , Anthony Porco , Centerport , Mediterranean-style , Coach Realtors , Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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