Optimum Customers: Your Newsday access has been extended until Oct 1st. Enroll now to continue your access.

LEARN MORE
TODAY'S PAPER
63° Good Morning
63° Good Morning
ClassifiedsReal Estate

Glen Head's 'White Castle' lists for $998,000

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom Glen Head house features a

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom Glen Head house features a white stucco exterior and a turret with stained glass windows. Photo Credit: Realty Masters International

A Tudor in Glen Head known as “White Castle” is on the market for $998,000.

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom house, which was built in 1933, features a white stucco exterior and a turret with stained glass windows that give the home a regal look.

“It’s a vintage Tudor, but it has also been updated,” says listing agent Barbara Bach Bauer of Realty Masters International, noting the updated kitchen, bathroom and heating and cooling systems.  “So, it’s a combination of having that charm plus having the energy efficiency.”

The main level includes a living room with a marble fireplace, dentil molding and arched windows, a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a breakfast room, a formal dining room with a marble floor, a den and an atrium.  The finished lower level, which features a guest bedroom and full bath, includes a family room with a fireplace, radiant heated floors, and French doors that open to a terrace.  A spiral staircase in the turret leads from the first floor to the upper level, which has three bedrooms and a bath.

The .45-acre tree-lined property, with taxes of $16,763, also includes an in-ground, kidney-shaped pool. 

More news

Important message for Optimum customers

Your Newsday digital access is changing as of 10/1

You recently received an email from Optimum’s parent company, Altice USA, informing you that Altice will no longer offer free Newsday digital access with Optimum's online service. Through an exclusive trial offer for Optimum customers, Newsday is pleased to extend your digital access at no cost until the end of the year.

I understand, no thanks