Two Million (Plus) Reasons To Live In Garden City

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65A First St.
65A First St.

It’s no secret that the Village of Garden City is an affluent community. There’s plenty of A-list reasons to want to live here between the top-notch school system, far-ranging history of a community that dates back nearly a century and a half and the gorgeous aesthetics that define the neighborhood’s character. So while a million-dollar sticker price will get you through the door and more, the following are homes where the current owners doubled down and decided to wind up going north of $2 million when they bought into the American Dream that is Garden City.

65A First Street. (2007) (A)
Colonial sold on 2/3 for $2,750,000. 5 bedrooms/6 full baths/2 half baths/Taxes $57,412. Amenities include a full finished recreation room, a gym, central air conditioning, a mud room and three fireplaces.

92 Fourth St.
92 Fourth St.

92 Fourth St. (1907) (B)
Colonial sold on 10/13/15 for $2,700,000. 7 bedrooms/5 full baths/1 half bath/Taxes $39,400. House includes a foyer, a family room, massive storage, a master bedroom with a fireplace and a brick patio.

 

 

89 Fifth St.
89 Fifth St.

89 Fifth St. (1999) (C)
Colonial sold on 6/2 for $2,375,000. 5 bedrooms/4 full baths/2 half baths/Taxes $36,436. Includes an egress window, a mud room, a living room with fireplace, central air conditioning, a gym and a pull-down attic.

 

 

8 Cathedral Ave.
8 Cathedral Ave.

8 Cathedral Ave. (1958) (D)
Colonial sold on 12/18/15 for $2,250,000. 5 bedrooms/4 full baths/1 half bath/Taxes $37,114. Amenities include a butler’s pantry, a wine cellar, geothermal air conditioning and water heater, a two-car garage and stairs that continue to storage attic with potential to expand.

Homes shown here represent closed sales, sold by a variety of agencies and selected for their interest to readers by the Garden City Life editor. Except where noted, data and photos are provided courtesy of Multiple Listing Service of Long Island, Inc.

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In addition to being editor of Garden City Life and Syosset-Jericho Tribune, Dave Gil de Rubio is a regular contributor to Long Island Weekly, specializing in music and sports features. He has won several awards for writing from Press Club of Long Island (PCLI).

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