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A glassy box juts out from this $2.8M Forest Hills home

With exposures into Soapstone Valley Park

All photos courtesy of Wydler Brothers

In Forest Hills, this Tudor revival single-family home was originally constructed in 1929, but a glassy, boxy addition by architect Travis Price was built in 2009. Since then, the box has jutted out from the structure, a little awkward and out of place from the outside, but very welcomed from the inside, thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows that offer exposures into Soapstone Valley Park.

Now on the market for $2,895,000, this listing is up for grabs with five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms across 4,650 square feet of space. Roughly half an acre of land is offered along with the property.

Other design features inside the home that are on the less peculiar side include built-ins, recessed lighting, and hardwood flooring. In the kitchen, there is a tile backpslash, stainless steel appliances, and open shelving. There is also a walk-in pantry and a breakfast nook with a built-in banquette.

The upper-level master suite’s bathroom features heated tile flooring. In the lower-level, there is an entertainment room with a wet bar and an additional bedroom, making it suitable for an in-law or au-pair suite. When it comes to the backyard, there is a flagstone patio.

The listing agent is Kathryn Schwartz of Wydler Brothers.

2871 Audubon Terrace NW [Wydler Brothers]