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Great Neck home designed by Norman Jaffe lists for $3.995M

The six-bedroom, 5 1⁄2 -bathroom, open plan Great

The six-bedroom, 5 1⁄2 -bathroom, open plan Great Neck house was built in 1975. Credit: Soheila Sharf Realty / Jay Baron

A Great Neck home by architect Norman Jaffe, known for his modern designs from the Hamptons to the West Coast, is on the market for $3.995 million.

The six-bedroom, 5 1⁄2-bathroom, open plan house was built in 1975. The home’s mechanicals, which include central air conditioning, have since been updated, but Jaffe’s signature design elements remain. They include a wall of natural stone with a fireplace, high wood-plank ceilings and walls of glass.

The home also has a finished basement and two-car garage.

The 1.25-acre property has an in-ground pool set in a central courtyard and dotted with low stone walls.

It is listed with Soheila Sharf of Soheila Sharf Realty.

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