Rockville Centre Patch recently featured a home that was originally built and owned by William Levitt, the founder of Levittown.
The home is located at 25 Earle Ave., and features four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms in a 2,734 square-foot tudor on .32 acres.
The castle-like house, built in 1930, is currently on the market for $1,299,999. It was last sold in 2000 for $594,500.
According to its Zillow listing, the house was “restored to perfection on one of the larger properties in the community.”
Current owner Paul Riley, originally from England, built a stone bar in the basement to act as a “soccer cave,” according toNewsday. Riley is a former professional soccer player who is head coach of professional women’s soccer team the New York Fury.
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