You’ll have to go all the way to the northernmost part of New York City to find a 12,000-square-foot mansion on a 16,000-square-foot lot. But here it is, at 3 Point Crescent in Malba, Queens. The sprawling seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom home has all sorts of interior flourishes–including plenty of mahogany–and the property comes with direct views of the Whitestone Bridge. There are lots of other perks too, like a seven car driveway, temperature controlled wine room, 40-foot pool and a wood-fired oven in the basement. The entire package is up for grabs at an ask of $8.795 million.
Massive 12-foot mahogany doors at the entrance lead to a double staircase foyer. There’s also a separate side entrance, accessed through a security code at the gate, which takes you directly to the backyard.
Just beyond the entryway is a family room with striking views of the property’s backyard through French doors and double height windows. A mahogany mantlepiece stretches all the way to the ceiling.
The ground floor holds a formal living room, with custom moldings and a fireplace, and a dining room that seats twelve.
A mahogany-clad home office offers direct views of the Whitestone Bridge, plus a door out to the backyard patio.
Floor-to-ceiling windows stream light into the kitchen and adjacent dining space. The space also comes with direct access to the home’s expansive patio. In the kitchen, luxe appliances are surrounded by hand-painted decorative moldings. (Keep scrolling for that pizza oven.)
Vaulted ceilings decorate both the master bedroom and its oversized ensuite bathroom. The suite includes a walk-in closet and jacuzzi overlooking the water.
The top floor of the home holds four more bedrooms, each with their own bathrooms.
Why doesn’t every home has a second kitchen with a wood-fired brick oven? (Perfect for aspiring pizza makers!) This one is in the basement alongside another family room, a temperature controlled wine room, and an extra guest suite. This lower level offers access out to the three-car garage.
The backyard was designed for large-scale entertaining. There’s A 40-foot in-ground pool with a diving board at the center of the yard, surrounded by tons of space for outdoor dining. The property line overlooks the water and comes with unobstructed views of the marina and bridge. A walkway leads you down to the rocks at the foot of the property line, for even more views. Impressed? Be sure to check out even more photos of this waterfront getaway in the gallery below.
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