Real Estate Queens mansions: See how the other half lives By Lauren Cook Updated July 7, 2016 12:37 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Manhattan might have the towering skyscrapers that are synonymous with New York, but that doesn’t mean other boroughs don’t boast impressive real estate. These mansions in Queens, listed on StreetEasy, are nothing short of grandiose. Scroll down to see how the other half lives. 251-20 Hand Rd. Photo Credit: StreetEasy Currently on the market for $3.218 million, this Douglaston, Queens, mansion has a total of 15 rooms -- six of which are bedrooms. The custom-built Colonial-style home spans 6,000 square feet. The home features a huge walk-in closet, balcony, in-home theater, heated pool and radiant heated floors. Where: 251-20 Hand Rd. 60 Exeter St. Photo Credit: StreetEasy One look at this brick Colonial-style home and you will forget you're even in New York City. The 6,010-square-foot home in Forest Hills has seven bedrooms and five full bathrooms for a cool $3.8 million. The mansion has an air of prestige about it, with its mix of contemporary amenities and traditions of the past, including the classic Colonial staircase. Where: 60 Exeter St. 72-20 Harrow St. Photo Credit: StreetEasy When you have enough money, you can build your home any way you please. Case in point: this custom-built mansion that boasts 9-foot ceilings, marble heated floors and a total of five fireplaces -- not to mention the unique-looking covered balcony on the second floor. The home was built in 2006, spans 5,096 square feet and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms -- all for $2.799 million. Where: 72-20 Harrow St. 254 Greenway North Photo Credit: StreetEasy For $2.9 million you can live in this detached Center Hall Tudor in the exclusive Forest Hills Gardens complex. With plenty of brick, wood beams, fire places and stained-glass windows, this home will make you feel like you've stepped back in time. The 4,234-square-foot mansion, built in 1920, has six bedrooms, 4 ½ bathrooms and an impressive grand living room with a decorated wood-beamed cathedral ceiling. Where: 254 Greenway North, Forest Hills Garden No. 1 70 Greenway South Photo Credit: StreetEasy For $3.85 million, you can live like the royal prince or princess you always knew you were. This six-bedroom, five-bathroom Tudor-style home was awarded a first prize for excellence in design and civic value in 1929, according to StreetEasy. This 4,656-square-foot home is filled with character, from its lush outdoor landscaping to its classic architectural details and posh interior. Where: 70 Greenway South 245-05 Rushmore Ave. Photo Credit: StreetEasy Canonball!! You can beat the heat this summer in your very own in-ground salt water swimming pool -- if you've got $2.79 million to spare. This custom Mediterranean-style mansion represents the ultimate in indoor/outdoor entertaining. Aside from the pool, the 7,600-square-foot home boasts six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a wine cellar, security system, surround sound speakers, an outside entrance to the basement and 9-foot-ceilings. Where: 245-05 Rushmore Ave. 7106 Ingram St. Photo Credit: StreetEasy If you think a two-story home is too boring, then this $2.8 million mansion is just right for you. With five bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms, this Tudor-style homes stretches 4,406 feet of space over three floors. Perfect for entertaining, the lower level of the home includes a wet bar, pool table, sauna and steam shower as well as a wine cellar. Where: 7106 Ingram St. By Lauren Cook Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.