Long Island home from ‘Meet the Parents’ lists for $2.3M, indoor pool included

Long Island home from ‘Meet the Parents’ lists for $2.3M, indoor pool included

July 9, 2021

Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Remember the scene from “Meet the Parents” when Ben Stiller’s character spikes the volleyball in the indoor pool and breaks the bride-to-be’s nose? You can now personally take a dip in that pool. As the NY Post first reported, the Oyster Bay, Long Island mansion that was used as the setting for the 2000 comedy has hit the market for $2,299,000. The seven-bedroom home was built in 1983 and sits on 2.17 acres. In addition to the pool room, which has a retractable roof, the house has a circular drive, three-car garage, two separate family rooms, and much more.

Upon entering, you’re greeted by a double-height foyer.

On either side of the foyer are the formal dining and living rooms. Throughout, there are beautiful wood floors and millwork.

The eat-in kitchen has loads of cabinet space, as well as a butler’s pantry, a large central island, and a built-in desk. It opens to the back patio, perfect for outdoor dining.

The first family room also opens to the back patio. It has a built-in bar, fireplace encased in stone, triple sets of French doors.

A cozy office/library is off the family room.

Upstairs, the primary bedroom suite has a super-luxe en-suite bathroom.

In total, there are seven bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two powder rooms.

Back downstairs, a huge laundry room also has a separate entrance.

A second family room gets plenty of light from its skylights.

And finally, the indoor pool is truly unique. There’s a retractable roof, kitchen, bar, changing room with shower, and a fireside sitting area overlooking the outdoor pool.

[Listing: 26 Serenite Lane by Regina Rogers of Douglas Elliman]


Listing photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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