A 94-year-old home in Forest Hills Gardens was picked up for nearly $2 million after just one month on the market.
The 3,737-square-foot house, located at 8 Shorthill Rd., closed on Aug. 18, according to Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty, which handled the transaction.
It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and two half-bathrooms throughout three floors. It also includes a finished basement.
The brick colonial home, which was designed by architect Grosvenor Atterbury, was completed in 1920 and features a formal dining room with an open entrance to a library that has built-in bookcases.
Also from the dining room there is an entrance leading to the kitchen, which has floor-to-ceiling wood cabinets and custom appliances. The home includes an attached garage for one car as well.
Take a look at the interior of the house in the gallery below.
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