A Kings Point Queen Anne Tudor built in 1908 by architect William Adams for the Cord Meyer Company is currently on the market for $4.995 million.
Cord Meyer also designed and built Forest Hills Gardens, and the signature Tudor style of that neighborhood is apparent throughout this massive 11-room manor home, which has six bedrooms, four full bathrooms and 2 half-baths.
The owners have maintained the property, and all the woodwork and the electrical fixtures, which were handmade for this home, are in pristine condition. The floors throughout the home are flame oak, and the master bath still has its original bathtub and sink. Additional features include five fireplaces, leaded glass windows and elaborate custom-painted murals in the master bedroom and downstairs den, which were commissioned by the current owners.
The 1.28-acre property also features a two-car garage, a private driveway and an in-ground pool.
It is listed with Cathy Boskoff of Soheila Sharf Realty.