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This three-bedroom, 1.5 bath duplex in Rego Park is part of a 13-story co-op building built in 1950. The first floor has a spacious living room, kitchen, laundry, and half bathroom. The second floor has the bedrooms and full bathroom which can be added in the master bedroom. The kitchen is a bit narrow but has a dishwasher, built-in microwave, and a separate nook for eating. There is an indoor garage, and pets are allowed. The ask is $565,000 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $2,157.92.

The building is about one block away from the M and R trains, and the QM12, Q23, and Q60 buses are all within walking distance. There are plenty of dining options and shopping in the area. The Queens Center Mall is two train stops away, and Forest Hills Stadium is one stop away. Click through for more photos.

99-72 66th Road, #7 [Exit Kingdom Realty] GMAP

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This one-bedroom co-op in Flushing is part of Linden Towers, a seven-story building built in 1960. The apartment was recently renovated with stainless steel appliances and a new bathroom. The kitchen has a good amount of counter space, the living room and bedrooms are fairly large, and it looks like there’s some extra space for a small office between the living room and kitchen.

The unit is approximately 850-square-feet. The ask is $169,900 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $668.64. The maintenance fees are $746.69 plus $35/month for A/C. There is also outdoor parking for an additional $25 per month, available dependent on a waiting list.

The Main Street 7 train (and the plethora of buses in that area) is just less than a 20-minute walk away. By the building, you’ve got the QM20, Q25, Q34, and Q50 buses. There’s tons of shopping and dining options in the area, and there are playgrounds and parks by the building too. And if you like bowling, White Stone Lanes is across the street. Click through for more photos.

29-30 137 Street, #4 [Century 21 Weber & Rose] GMAP

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This three-bedroom rental in College Point is in a two-story home built in 2007. There are two full baths and two balconies. All three bedrooms and the living room are very spacious. The kitchen is very nice with lots of counter space, a peninsula, a dishwasher, and a built-in microwave. The monthly rent is $2,300.

The Q20A, Q20B, and Q65 buses are all a quick walk away from the building, and the Q25 is seven blocks away. There are parks and playgrounds, shopping, and many dining options in the area. Flushing Bay and the East River are nearby too. Click through for more photos.

15-22 120 Street, #2 [Toula Polios Realty Group LLC] GMAP

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This two-bedroom rental in Flushing is part of a newer building built in 2005. The apartment looks recently renovated. The kitchen is small, but there is a peninsula for more counter space, and the living room can fit an eating nook. One of the bedrooms looks smaller than the other, but the size is still manageable. Two big pluses: there is a washer and dryer in the unit, and there is a balcony off the living room. The rent comes in at an even $2,000 per month.

The Main Street 7 train and Q13, Q16, Q17, Q28, Q48, Q65 buses are all less than a ten-minute walk from the building. There are tons of shops, dining options, and parks within walking distance. The Queens Historical Society is down the street too. Click through for more photos.

142-25 37th Avenue [Re/Max Universal Real Estate] GMAP

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This one-bedroom apartment in Jackson Heights is part of a prewar six-story building built in 1939. The foyer leads to a very large living room and bedroom. The eat-in kitchen is a bit tight but has lots of cabinets and counter space. The bathroom is in mint condition, and there is laundry and storage in the basement. The ask is $285,000 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $1,138.37.

The 7, E, M, and R trains are all less than a ten-minute walk from the building. There are tons of shops, grocery stores, and dining options in the area. And if you’re into bowling, AMF 34th Avenue Lanes are a quick walk away too. Click through for more photos.

35-30 73 Street, #3 [Beaudoin Realty Group] GMAP

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This Rego Park rental is part of a 15-story building built in 1986. The two-bedroom, two-bath has lots of space, hardwood floors throughout, a washer/dryer in the unit, and a large balcony. The kitchen has a fair amount of space and has a built-in dishwasher. There aren’t photos of the bedrooms listed, but the living room is spacious. The monthly rent is $2,500.

The building is in a heavily populated area. The Queens Center Mall is on the other side of the highway, and the Rego Park Center is across the street. There are also lots of dining options nearby. The M and R trains, and the Q11, Q21, Q29, Q38, Q52, Q53, Q59, Q60, and Q72 buses are all within walking distance. There are also parks and playgrounds in the area. Click through for more photos.

92-29 Queens Boulevard, #7 [E Z Sell Realty] GMAP

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This is a very spacious two-bedroom rental in Forest Hills. Both bedrooms are king-sized, and there is an extra dining room or office on top of a huge living room. The kitchen is a bit narrow, but the appliances are stainless steel including a dishwasher and built-in microwave. There is also laundry in the building. The monthly rent is $2,650.

The M and R trains are a quick walk from the building, and the E and F train the QM12, Q23, and Q60 buses are in the area too. There are grocery stores, pharmacies, and dining options all within walking distance. Click through for more photos.

68-09 Booth Street, #5J [The Silverstein Collection LLC] GMAP

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This three-bedroom 2.5 bath rental in Flushing is part of a two-story Colonial home built in 1925. The beautiful kitchen has tons of counter space and cabinets. There’s a nice peninsula eat-in area and stainless steel appliances. There’s a fireplace in the home, an outdoor barbecue fire pit, a finished basement, a private driveway, and a balcony. The monthly rent is $3,500.

The Q12, Q13, Q76, and QM3 buses are all within walking distance, and the Auburndale LIRR stop is nearby. The n20, n21, and n20L buses are also down the block. There are grills, lounges, and shops very close by, and there are small playgrounds in the area. Click through for more photos.

42-16 195th Street [Douglas Elliman] GMAP

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This studio rental in historic Jackson Heights is spacious enough for two to live comfortably. This apartment is in a four-story building with an elevator, live-in super, laundry, and a garage. The kitchen doesn’t have too much counter space, but it looks very new. There’s enough space for an island or dining room table. Friendly pets are welcome, and the monthly rent is $1,650.

The Q29, Q32, Q33 buses and the 7 train are all within walking distance. The area has a lot of dining and shopping options. Click through for more photos.

35-65 86th Street, #5D [Douglas Elliman] GMAP

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This two-bedroom stock co-op is in a two-story building built in 1950. The apartment is on a quiet, tree-lined street in Whitestone. The kitchen is narrow but has lots of counter space, and the living room and bedrooms are spacious. There is a washer and dryer in the apartment, 24-hour security, and a parking garage is available (subject to waiting list). The ask is $250,000 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $969.30. All utilities are included in maintenance.

The QM16 and Q20 buses are on the same street, and the Q76 is a quick walk away. There are playgrounds, public schools, and dining options in the area. The Whitestone Expressway, Cross Island Parkway, and Clearview Expressway are all within a five minute drive. Click through for more photos.

163-57 Willets Point Boulevard U [Keller Williams Realty Landmark] GMAP