For Sale: $1.25 Million Dollar Home in Commack

A newly reduced luxury home, featuring an in-ground pool and dog run, is now on the market.

Today's house spotlight comes from Harned Road where a house recently had its price lowered by Coldwell Banker to $1,250,000.

According to AOL Real Estate, the house at 216 Harned Road has 4 bedrooms and 4 full bathrooms. The property features an eat-in kitchen with granite countertops, security cameras, a 1,000-square-foot pool house, hot tub, an in-ground heated pool, hardwood floors and a fully fenced-in dog run. 

Taxes on the property in 2011 were $20,626.

Click here to learn more about the listing on AOL Real Estate. 

MIKE ROSS January 08, 2013 at 07:22 PM
Mitch Calabrese January 09, 2013 at 02:44 AM
Not just a main road.... a working saw mill across the street from you. Major power lines 50 feet north of you, and the Sunken Meadow Pky in your backyard. Yep, good luck with that sale!!!
TINGO January 09, 2013 at 02:46 AM
This is a original 1950's Ranch with a fasade which makes it "appear" stately. Once inside the house it does not meet the expertations of a Post Modern Estate. The top floor is a master bedroom with a family room. The rest of the bedrooms are downstairs. It still has its 1950's heaters built into the walls and it's additions. It's a architect illusion of a Estate. Sorta like a Carnival with a billboard to enter the haunted Mansion. The reality is false with low ceilings throughout. The asking price is obsured for a 1950's Commack Ranch Renovation that does not stand up to the Realtors description. It falls way below a asking price of 1.25. The house is below 600k and needs work to bring it up to 999k.
Mitch Calabrese January 09, 2013 at 03:26 AM
Very interesting!!!
TINGO January 09, 2013 at 01:36 PM
The house has been on the market since April of 2012. "It's now on the Market?",Amanda Lindber ???? Looking up the Commack Patch archives it will confirm its not a new listing. It's been on Commack Patch advertised as a new Post Modern. The 1950's Commack Ranch on Google satellite shows the previously house renovation. . It's original structure was a box ranch with a two car garage and basement.
TINGO January 09, 2013 at 01:38 PM
The first renovation shows a box ranch with a two car garage on the right side. 1. Here a three car gagage was added. The dog run is off the old garage. 2. In back of the original garage a "addition room" off the kicthen was added. The pool is also original with a cabana structure to the right back corner. It still is a distance away from Sunken Meadow Parkway and adjoins Lilico to the right. 3. The second addition is to the left back of the house. Here a architect gave it a facelift to expand the ranch into a second story. A large entrance way, angular low ceiling rooms attached to the newly created fasade. 4. The magestic look is only when you walk through the front door to a grand staircase. Which leads to the upstairs addition of a family room and master bedroom and bath. Then to the right and left of the downstaird you are faced with rooms that puzzle you. To the right the old living room is set back from the new fasade leading to a hexgone turret room. The Castle look as I said above disappears once your back in to the 1950's Commack Ranch Walls. Interesting "fasade illusion".
knee jerk January 09, 2013 at 06:24 PM
A "dog run"? I've heard of "horse properties" but I guess this makes this a "dog property", that should add several thousands to the price.
CommackMom January 09, 2013 at 07:53 PM
Tingo, why have you invested so much time, trouble and effort in knocking this listing?
JERC January 09, 2013 at 08:41 PM
This house in North Carolina is $450,000, on the water. $1,250,000 on a very main road...good luck!
pbug56 January 10, 2013 at 03:24 AM
The asked for price - its got to be a joke! Hey, my house is a bit newer, probably has a much newer heating system; maybe I can get $2 mill for it! Or maybe 200k...
TINGO January 10, 2013 at 01:00 PM
Commack Mom “let the buyer beware.” The buyer must examine the goods or property and buy at his own risk, except for latent defects. In recent years the doctrine has been eroded, especially by the disclosure requirements (about property conditions) introduced in many states.
LINANA January 11, 2013 at 02:12 PM
Is the person selling dealing in reality????? I guess some real estate agents will appraise a house for whatever to get a listing!!! I'm sure we'll see this house around still on the market in 5 years!!!!!
Jeannine Kellenberger February 06, 2013 at 06:56 AM
I can't see it being worth what they're asking for. I agree!


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