On her first trip to a gray-shingled Colonial in Roslyn Heights, real estate agent Dawn Wands had the distinct sensation she had stepped into a Restoration Hardware catalog.
Built in 2016 on a 0.32-acre lot on Shadetree Lane, the six-bedroom home is on the market for $2.9 million. The house has 5½ bathrooms, a two-car garage and a cohesive aesthetic.
"The attention to detail, it’s immaculate," said Wands, who has co-listed the property with Silvana Meringolo for Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
A black banister offsets a sleek gray and white color scheme. Dark brown hardwood flooring hosts stone-colored rugs. The home is professionally decorated, complete with custom wallpaper.
Wands described the property as a Hamptons-style residence in Roslyn. A two-story entryway gives way to such first-floor features as a formal dining room, formal living room, chef’s kitchen, family room and bedroom with en suite bathroom.
On the second floor, there are five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Included in the count is a primary suite with a turret-like seating area and two walk-in closets. The home is cooled by central air and heated by natural gas, forced air, and radiant heat.
The finished basement with an exterior entrance and egress window includes a full gym, playroom with barn doors, wet bar, lounge, dining area, playroom and utility room.
There is an additional bar in the backyard, along with a gas BBQ grill and in-ground pool.
The address falls within the East Williston Union Free School District. Annual taxes total $46,922.