A 1930s English Tudor home in the Estates section of Garden City that has just hit the market for $1,850 million comes with an antique mother-of-pearl billiards table.

The three-story, 5,000-square-foot home complete with stained-glass leaded windows was designed and built by famed female architect, Olive Tjaden, namesake of Tjaden Hall at the Cornell University School of Architecture. It has eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two wood-burning fireplaces.

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The beautifully maintained park-like grounds have a cascading pond and a covered terrace.

“In keeping with its old-world-charm, the home has been lovingly preserved,” says listing agent Mary Opulent Krener of Taylor-Warner Realty.


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