This 19th-century Sea Cliff Greek Revival-style home has had many lives, most recently as a day care center, and it starred in a video filmed by the U.S. State Department. It is on the market for $499,000.
Constructed in 1894, the landmarked building served as a dry-goods store, was Sea Cliff’s first ice cream parlor and movie house, and has also served as the headquarters of the Young Men’s Club, according to information from the Sea Cliff Landmarks Preservation Commission.
In the 1950s, the house was used in a film put out by the State Department depicting Sea Cliff as the quintessential American village.
Listing agent Terry Sciubba of Sherlock Homes Realty says the building could serve as a yoga or art studio with living space upstairs, or as a large residence.