Here are the real estate listings we’ve featured this week on QueensNYC. There are a couple of two family houses, a single family house, and a co-op.
38-14 47th Ave, Sunnyside, NY 11104 (GMAP) – This two family, 3 bed/3 bath attached house in Sunnyside is priced at $669,999. It is bright and sunny with hardwood and ceramic tile flooring. It also has a private back patio/garden space. It is convenient to the LIE and Queens Blvd.
This 3 bed/2 bath house in East Elmhurst is priced at $540,000.
This semi-detached four family house in Astoria is priced at $1,390,000.
This 3 bed/3 bath house in Forest Hills is priced at $598,000.
Here is a roundup of our real estate highlights this week on QueensNYC – two co-ops, a condo, and a house.
73-20 Austin St., #3M, Forest Hills, NY 11375 (GMAP) – This 1 bed/1 bath co-op in the Tilden Arms building in Forest Hills is priced at $249,000. It has an open floor plan, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and double efficiency windows. It also has a galley kitchen. It’s a short walk to the Forest Hills LIRR stop, a little further to the 71st Ave/Continental express subway stop (home to the E/F/M/R lines) and a very short walk to the 75th Ave E/F stop. The building is on Forest Hill’s main drag (Austin Street) but is also steps away from Ascan Ave., which runs through Forest Hills Gardens.
This two family, semi-detached, 4 bed/3 bath house is priced at $998,000.
Today we bring you a 5 bed/8 bath house in Malba priced at $3,750,000. The entrance to the property is gated.
This semi-detached 3 bed/3 bath (1 full, 2 partial) house in Astoria is priced at $608,000.
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We learned that the home in Neponsit on the Rockaway peninsula that sold for $5.1 million in August is now uninhabitable after Hurricane Sandy came to visit. The NY Daily News reports, “The house was unoccupied when Hurricane Sandy hit. The first floor flooded, the foundation was ruptured, and the pool looked as if an earthquake hit it.” The house is located in Neponsit near Belle Harbor, which suffered from flooding and fire during the hurricane.