A Garden City “Apostle House” is on the market for $2.699 million.
Built in 1873, the 5,200-square-foot, seven bedroom, four-bath home includes hardwood floors and seven marble fireplaces.
The third floor includes four bedrooms, a wine bar and rooftop deck that overlooks a golf course.
A porch and two patios overlook the half-acre property, which includes a pool.
The basement level features a wine cellar, media room, billiard room and family room.
The “Apostle House” was built by Garden City founder A.T. Stewart, says Diane Stigliano of Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, who is co-listing the home with Steve Cymbrowitz at Century 21 American Home. Stewart built 10 of these homes as part of the village's footprint, reportedly named Apostle homes by children in the community. Of the 10 houses, only six remain, she says, all of which are on the National Register of Historic Places.
“It’s been totally restored,” says Stigliano, who adds that original architectural details were kept intact.