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378 Lake Shore Road, Putnam Valley
$695,000.00

If you were looking for that special vacation home within 1 Hour of NYC that you vacation all year long this is the one . This large colonial is located on the Roaring Brook Lake with private Lake front landscaped property with dock and patios. With the open floor plan with sliding glass doors from the living room and dining room you can enjoy the magnificent views all year long. Enjoy swimming ,boating and fishing in your own private lake front paradise. The views continue on the second floor from the master bedroom suite and family room area with walk out balcony . This is truly an entertaining home inside and out with its own wine room with wet bar and chefs kitchen with commercial stove and ovens. A must see.

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