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Mott's applesauce home restored to 1900s grandeur

A five-bedroom, 5½-bathroom home once owned by the

A five-bedroom, 5½-bathroom home once owned by the Mott’s applesauce family in Brightwaters is on the market in January 2015 for $975,000. Credit: Netter Real Estate

A five-bedroom, 5½-bathroom home once owned by the Mott's Applesauce family is on the market in Brightwaters.

The house, which is listed for $975,000, was restored to its 1900s grandeur by its current owner, who is a commercial cabinetry builder, says Steven Rainone of Netter Real Estate, the listing agent for the home.

"He restored it and took the home to a new level," Rainone says.

There are herringbone floors throughout, with inlaid brass borders, and all the interior doors were replicated from the original design, he says.

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