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Why You Should Buy Their House: Freeport

Elaine and Eric Meyn in the kitchen which

Elaine and Eric Meyn in the kitchen which is their favorite room of their house at 690 Guy Lombardo Ave in Freeport for a why you should buy my house story. (March 22, 2011) Photo Credit: Newsday/Karen Wiles Stabile

Sellers Eric and Elaine Meyn

Address 690 Guy Lombardo Ave., Freeport

Asking price $759,000

The competition A 2004 four-bedroom waterfront home also on Guy Lombardo Avenue is listed at $995,000.

Recent sale in the area Although not comparable in size, a waterfront home on Garfield Street sold in January for $395,000.

Taxes $19,654 (with STAR reduction)

Time on the market On and off since 2007, with an original asking price of $998,000

Listing agent Mercedes Daniels-Reed, Coldwell Banker Estates, 516-425-6015

Why it’s for sale The Meyns want to move closer to their grandchildren.

Eric and Elaine have lived in this home for 24 years. There are six bedrooms and three full baths. The 4,500-square-foot Hamptons-style contemporary home is on Woodcleft Canal with enough bulkhead to accommodate up to four boats. Amenities include central air conditioning, a marble gas fireplace, Mexican quarry-tile in the large foyer and guest quarters. Elaine talks about the appeal of the home:

“This is a one-of-a-kind home designed by the previous owner’s architect daughter, who was way ahead of her time ... There are panoramic water views through the floor-to-ceiling windows that extend into the master bedroom ... There is summertime partying and lounging on the tri-level cedar deck ... We moor both a 32-inch sailboat and a 21-inch Parker (power boat) and the inlet is only ten minutes away.”

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