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North Haven Point Home Sells For $4.35 Million

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14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

14 Fairlea Court, North Haven.

authorStaff Writer on Jul 19, 2019

A creekfront home in the private North Haven Point community has changed hands for $4.35 million—a nearly million-dollar discount.

Meghan and Jon Pardi have sold 14 Fairlea Court to Leslie and Mitchell Dorf, according to The Real Estate Report Inc. It had been listed for $5.25 million.

Fronting Genet Creek, 14 Fairlea Court is 2 acres with a six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom residence built in 2013. The residence has 8,000 square feet of living space across three levels.

The double-height grand foyer leads to the living area with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to the terrace. The chef’s kitchen has Wolf, Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances, marble countertops and a spacious dining area with banquettes along the windows. The formal dining room also offers views, as do the family rooms.

All six bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, and the master suite also has a fireplace and terrace access. The second story has a den with a fireplace and opens to a creekview terrace.

Among the amenities is smart home automation, with a Sonos audio system and touch pads in every room. The lower level has a gym, wine cellar and media/play area. The heated gunite pool is 20 by 40 feet with an integrated spa and a sunning deck, lounge area and barbecue station.

North Haven Point residency also offers access to a private beach, water access to the bay and tennis courts.

Natascha Tillmanns had the listing for Sotheby’s International Realty.

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