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Enchanted Home Blogger Tina Yaraghi Advertises Home for $ 17 Million

A Long Island estate owned by “The Enchanted Home” blogger Tina Yaraghi has been marketed for $ 16.9 million.

Yaraghi – known for her hostess and reception skills and penchant for blue and white patterns – also founded the housewares division at Safavieh, the world-renowned furniture and carpet company owned by her family since 1914 .

The French Chateau-style main residence at 317 Mill Hill Road in Mill Neck was built in 2011 and spans 17.5 acres.

But the estate also has a separate two-bedroom, 2 ½ bath, 1,500 square foot cottage, with an area of ​​up to 14,000 square feet, on its own additional 7 acres of land.

The estate was designed by Michael Jay Wallin and built by Qualico Contracting Corp.

The main residence features reclaimed limestone floors, 12 foot ceilings on the main floor and 10 foot ceilings on the second floor.

Mahogany joinery abounds.
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The swimming pool of the house.
There is fun at the pool outside.
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A billiard room inside 317 Mill Hill Road.
And there is also fun at the indoor pool.
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There is also custom mahogany joinery, antique wood beams, and hand-carved limestone mantles. The property includes a walking path, a reflective pond with a fountain, a 20ft by 40ft saltwater pool, a cabana, as well as an outdoor lounge and shower.

The listing broker is Regina Rogers of Douglas Elliman.