What used to be an abandoned “zombie” house at the corner of Cypress Lane and Westwood Drive in Shirley has been given new life. 6 Cypress has gone from plaguing the block to a bright and charming spot in the neighborhood.
This new-to-the-market home is ready for a family after an amazing facelift inside and out.
The front of the house has a new facade, paved walkway and brick-lined, repaved driveway.
Inside the home, the charm continues.
In the kitchen, which is done in a modern mix of black, grey and white, are stainless-steel appliances, lots of counter space and cabinets and a center island with art deco light fixtures. Plenty of light pours into the heart of the home with new windows that line the wall.
The bathrooms match with the kitchen’s white cabinetry and grey stone walls. The neutral palette allows for a wide variety of decor options.
The master bedroom suite features wood floors and a walk-in closet.
Upstairs offers space for another bedroom, an office or a combination thereof.
In the finished basement, there is space for playing, storage and laundry. It also has an outside entrance.
The back of the house has a paved patio and large yard suitable for entertaining or relaxing.
Taxes for the house in the William Floyd School District are $9,664, or $8,345 with the Star exemption, according to MLSLI.com.
For more information, or to see the home, contact Amelia Vasquez of Exit Realty Achieve at (631) 543-2009.
The first open house will be Saturday, Feb. 29, from 12 p.m.-2 p.m.