Everything you need, under a single (and amazing) roof

Sean Trebach of Trebach Realty


It was the year John Glenn returned to space and Netscape was still something we browsed the internet with, and on Google for the first time.

We likely remember 1998 quite fondly for many things, but now you have a chance to add one more reason to that list: your new home.

This four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom brick-and-stucco house also came into being in 1998, and has been the perfect home ever since.

Located at 2750 Netherland Ave., it enjoys a front garden, an east-facing deck, a covered patio, and a level fenced-in yard.

The third-floor home office is a perfect working space that can also function as a fifth bedroom — complete with its own full bathroom.

Standout features include an entry porch, living room with built-in bookcase, formal dining room with decorative columns, eat-in kitchen with a pair of sinks and dishwashers, double wall ovens, quartz counter tops, and sliding glass doors to the rear deck.

The master bedroom features a walk-in closet, while the finished walk-out basement comes with a recreation room.

There’s also a windowed storage room — or office — a laundry room, powder room, and sliding doors out to a private covered patio.

Conveniently situated to shops, parks and fast access to Manhattan through Metro-North and express buses, this amazing home featuring the very best from the 1990s is waiting for you at $1.75 million.

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