Six years ago, after living years in the same home on Wilcox Avenue for three decades, Joseph and Jeanette Incognoli saw that home burn to the ground. Rather than move out of Throggs Neck, they decided to erect an even larger home in its place.
The result was a gorgeous, brick palace with a two-car garage and a spacious backyard, a home large enough to accommodate the Incognolis
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