This home in Woodsburgh is a truly authentic English Tudor, having been transported in pieces to its current location from England in the 1920s. On the market for $3.5 million, it also has a room from the old Biltmore Hotel in Manhattan.

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“The original owners of the house used to live in England,” says Alexander Mehl of Lori & Associates LI Realty, who is co-listing the seven-bedroom home with Lori Schlesinger. “They moved to Woodsburgh and took apart the whole house piece by piece.”

Another previous owner made a den of a room from the New York Biltmore Hotel, which sat next to Grand Central Terminal and was demolished in 1981, Mehl says.

“A lot of the doorknobs have a ‘B’ on it from the Biltmore,” Mehl says.

The one-acre property also has a two-bedroom, 1 1⁄2-bathroom guesthouse and a greenhouse.