Historic Garden City Homes On Parade

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64 Kensington Rd. (1915)
64 Kensington Rd. (1915)

A Victorian home that was originally erected in 1883 recently had the misfortune of coming under the wrecking ball despite the fact that the new homeowner offered to give the house away if some person or organization would foot the bill to have it moved. So while yet another piece of Garden City’s legacy winds up on the rubble heap of the past, it’s important to remember that the village founded by A.T. Stewart has plenty of history remaining (for the time being). The following are a number of homes that are at least a century old and are still going strong.

64 Kensington Rd. (1915)
Colonial sold on 7/29 for $950,000. 3 bedrooms/2 full baths/1 half bath/Taxes $20,560. Amenities include a full finished recreation room with a gym, a foyer, a gourmet eat-in kitchen/family room, a brick patio and a living room with a fireplace.

120 Roxbury Rd. (1913)
120 Roxbury Rd. (1913)

120 Roxbury Rd. (1913)
Colonial sold on 5/6 for $1,102,500. 7 bedrooms/3 full baths/1 half bath/Taxes $29,850. House includes a full finished basement with a media room, a living room with a fireplace, an eat-in kitchen, a family room and a formal dining room.

 

16 Ash St. (1908)
16 Ash St. (1908)

16 Ash St. (1908) 
Colonial sold on 2/11 for $1,179,000. 6 bedrooms/2 full baths/1 half bath/Taxes $17,390. Includes a full finished basement with laundry and storage, a covered porch, formal dining room, a master bedroom with a large walk-in closet, a powder room, foyer and a third-floor office.

 

83 Kilburn Rd. (1906)
83 Kilburn Rd. (1906)

83 Kilburn Rd. (1906)
Colonial sold on 11/10/15 for $1,400,000. 5 bedrooms/3 full baths/1 half bath/Taxes $25,822. Comes with a full finished basement, butler’s pantry, a master suite with a spa bath, a living room with a fireplace, a family room and a stone patio.
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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