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From ranch to French Provincial manor in Lloyd Harbor

The mahogany floors glow under the arched architectural

The mahogany floors glow under the arched architectural pillars that define the spaces in the open-plan foyer of this house styled as a French Provincial manor. It is on the market in April 2015 for $3.49 million.

Once upon a time, a ranch-style home in Lloyd Harbor was transformed into a two-story French Provincial manor complete with slate roof, copper gutters and a turret. The total rebuild was completed in 2007, and the home is now on the market for $3.49 million.

"I don't think it could ever be duplicated for the asking price," says Daniel Gale's Joan Gannon.

The 7,700-square-foot residence has mahogany floors, moldings and built-ins throughout the main rooms of the house. Arched architectural pillars define the spaces in the open-plan foyer.

A second-level balcony at the top of the main staircase contains a library with built-in shelves and a sitting nook for reading.

The family room, next to the eat-in-kitchen, comes with French doors that access a semicovered rear porch. It looks out over the two-acre property and heated in-ground gunite pool. There are five bedrooms and five bathrooms. Other features include a formal dining room, three fireplaces and an attached, two-car garage.

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