Unusual shapes and striking angles fill a Roslyn Contemporary-style home listed for $1.998 million.

The home has seven baths and two half-baths.

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“You definitely notice it when you come down the street,” says listing agent Aileen Murstein of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. She is co-listing with Jodi Cohen.

Locust Valley-based architect Brian Shore designed the 5,108-square-foot residence. It includes a marble foyer and sunken living room with a gas-burning fireplace with marble mantel, custom cabinetry and vaulted ceilings, an example of high ceilings throughout the first floor. Hardwood and marble floors and Andersen windows are found throughout.

An updated kitchen includes a bay window and skylights. One kitchen island has a sink, while the other has three bar stools for casual dining, Cohen says. Appliances include a Sub-Zero refrigerator, professional-grade stove and wine refrigerator. The family room has built-in cabinetry with space for a television.

Two bedroom suites are found on the first floor; the first-floor master has a marble bath with a Jacuzzi tub. A spiral staircase to the second floor leads to four more en-suite bedrooms and a family room with spiral stairs to a children’s arts-and-crafts loft.

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A full, finished basement with a separate entrance has hardwood floors, a full bedroom and 1 1⁄2 baths. The private backyard on the 129-by-134-foot parcel was designed by feng shui architect Danita Otruba and features a steel gazebo and brick patio.

Utilities include a 48-kilowatt full-home generator, six-zone gas heat, five-zone central air conditioning and a central vacuum system. There are also in-ground sprinklers and a heated, attached two-car garage.