The real estate television series "OpenHouse NYC" will feature a $15-million, gated seven-bedroom, 7.5-bath Georgian Colonial in Upper Brookville as part of its season premiere Sunday on NBC/4.
In fact, Long Island homes will figure prominently this season on the show, which focuses on luxury properties on the market in the New York metro area. In addition to that 5-acre-plus property, pictured, shown in the first episode, other homes lined up for this season include a brick waterfront property in Lloyd Neck to be featured Oct. 16.
On Nov. 13, a mansion in Brookville listed for $7.77 million will get its moment in the spotlight. The 12-bedroom, eight-bath, 2.5-bath, brick home, built in 1926, includes 12 fireplaces and 7.23-acre grounds with formal gardens, a pool and a pool house.
In addition to segments on Long Island homes, designer Rick Livingston will appear on the show Oct. 2 to give a tour of a summer house in Quogue.
"OpenHouse NYC" is a 30-minute show that airs locally at 8:30 a.m. Sundays. Additional footage can be found online by clicking here.