Listing of the Day

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Chilly weather might be looming over New York, but it’s never too soon to start dreaming of another three months of sun — especially if you’ve got this beachfront condo ready to go for next summer.

Listed for $325,000, this condo at 91-16 Shorefront Parkway is steps from the Rockaway Beach boardwalk. It has one bedroom, one bathroom and a large private terrace; the brand-new kitchen, open to the living/dining room, is sleek with stainless steel appliances, caesarstone countertops and Poggenpohl cabinets.

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    This 2,025-square-foot condo in prime Long Island City boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms and also three balconies. There are floor-to-ceiling windows and exposures to the north, south and west.

    The open kitchen has Fisher & Paykel stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, garbage disposal and large pantry. There’s also a Bosch washer and dryer. The en-suite bathroom off the master bedroom has two sinks and a rain shower.

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    This three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom rental won’t win any design awards — the kitchen cabinets need updating, there’s a pink bathroom and the floors are a little loud, to say the least. But the size, location and price of $2,900 per month make up for it.

    Located at 30-89 48th Street, the top-floor unit has a large eat-in kitchen and formal dining room, large living room, and supposedly has two balconies, though only one is pictured. As mentioned, the half-bathroom is filled with pink tiles, but the full bath is perfectly normal looking.

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    This Tudor house in Murray Hill was built in 1935 and is listed as a first- or second-floor rental or a whole-house rental. The house has a back deck, a basement with a washer and dryer, a garage, and a plentiful garden area in the front. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms throughout the whole house.

    The kitchen is beautiful with dark wood cabinets and marble countertops. There is lots of counter space and an island for even more. The kitchen also comes with a dishwasher. The living room is large and all of the bedrooms seem to be a good size. The first-floor and second-floor monthly rental is $2,000, and the whole-house monthly rental is $2,600.

    The Q16 bus is a quick walk down the street, and the Q28, Q31 and Q76 buses are a nine-minute walk down 32nd Avenue. The Broadway LIRR station is also about a 16-minute walk away from the house. Browne Park is seven blocks over from the building, and there is a supermarket about two blocks away. The area is mostly residential, but two blocks away along Francis Lewis Boulevard there are small shops and dining options. You’ll find even more dining options closer to the Broadway LIRR station along Northern Boulevard. Click through for more photos.

    29-41 166th Street S [Century Homes Realty Group LLC] GMAP

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    Today’s listing is a two-family home on the border of College Point and Whitestone. The upstairs unit has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, while the lower apartment has one bedroom and one bathroom.

    Located at 14-43 138th Street, the house boasts a fully solar powered heating and electrical system. It’s a fantastic location, walking distance from Target, BJ’s Wholesale and other shopping, and Spa Castle, and a few blocks from Powell’s Cove Park and GU Harvey Playground. There are buses accessible from 14th and 20th avenues.

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    This two-story Queens Village house has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. It has a sizable eat-in kitchen and also a separate dining room, and there are nice-looking hardwood floors throughout the house.

    One of the home’s best highlights is the enclosed sun room with bay window, accessed through French doors. The three bedrooms are reasonably sized, and in terms of common areas there’s a finished basement, living room and a large backyard with patio.

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    This cozy one-bedroom Astoria rental is pretty no-frills, but it’s in nice shape at a reasonable $1,950 per month.

    The new-looking kitchen has ample counter and cabinet space, thanks to a bi-level countertop that faces out into the living area. There’s not enough room for a full dining set, but there’s space for stools at the counter or maybe a small table along the side of the living room.

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    This bright Jackson Heights co-op has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, spacious living and dining rooms, and a kitchen with plenty of counter and cabinet space.

    Located at 34-22 81st Street, the landmarked Chateau building — built in 1923 by architect Andrew J. Thomas — is close to buses along 35th Avenue and Northern Boulevard, a short walk from the 7 train and near countless eateries and other conveniences.