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.
This one-bedroom rental in Woodside comes with two full baths and a private terrace. The whole apartment is very nice and newly finished. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher), lots of cabinets, and a good amount of counter space. The living room is big enough for a separate dining area, and the bedroom easily fits a queen-sized bed with extra space remaining.
The building is pet-friendly and has a laundry room, a common area for hosting gatherings, and a parking garage. The monthly net effective rent, based on a 12-month lease, is $2,613—actual rent is $2,850.
The E, F/M, R, and 7 trains and Q32, Q33, Q47, Q49, and Q70 buses are all within walking distance. There are grocery stores, small shops, and lots of dining options on the other side of Roosevelt Avenue. Click through for more photos.
This one-bedroom co-op in Sunnyside is on the second floor and has views from all sides of the apartment. The kitchen has lots of counter and cabinet space and a dishwasher. The living room is spacious, and there is a separate area for dining plus a nice foyer when you first walk in. The bedroom seems like a good size and is painted a very light green color.
There is laundry and a gym in the building. There is also indoor parking and storage available. The ask is $275,000 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $1,066.23 plus $545 in fees.
There are plenty of parks in the area, and there are grocery stores, dining options, and small shops down the street. The 7 train is a five-minute walk away, and the Q32 and Q104 buses are also within walking distance. Click through for more photos.
This studio rental is part of Santorini, a six-story apartment building right on the border of Astoria and LIC. The kitchen has dark wood cabinets below and clean white cabinets above the counters which is an interesting contrast to the light wood floors. The appliances are stainless steel, and there is a dishwasher and built-in microwave.
The studio covers 460 square feet. The building has a common roof deck and courtyard, a children’s playroom, a fitness center, and an outdoor play area. There is laundry on each floor, and the building offers indoor on-site parking. The monthly rent is $1,950.
The N and Q trains and the Q66 and Q102 buses are around the corner, and the M and R trains are about a ten-minute walk away. There are multiple grocery stores and many restaurants to choose from in the area, and there are schools and playgrounds nearby too. Click through for more photos.
This two-bedroom rental is part of a two-story house built in 1978. This listing shows photos of the first and second floor. The apartment has two full baths and two kitchens. The kitchen on the second floor has been updated with stainless steel appliances, a built-in microwave, and an island. The living room is spacious enough for a separate dining area off the kitchen. The bedrooms look to be a good size as well. The monthly rent is $1,900.
The Q11 and Q21 buses are down Woodhaven Boulevard, and the J/Z trains and Q52, Q53, Q56, and QM15 buses are all a seven-minute walk away from the house. There are public schools in the area, and the Forest Park Golf Course, Carousel, and Dog Run surround the house. There are restaurants, lounges, and small shops along Jamaica Avenue about a ten-minute walk away. Click through for more photos.
This three-bedroom, two-bath in Elmhurst is part of a four-story building that was built this year. The kitchen has all new appliances with a peninsula for extra counter space. The apartment looks like it gets a lot of sunlight. The building already has Verizon FiOS installed, and there are surveillance cameras. The monthly rent is $2,600.
There are schools and parks nearby in the area. Woodside Avenue has many restaurants, cafes, and bars to choose from. There is a grocery store around the corner, and there are small shops a few blocks away. The E, F/M, R, and 7 trains are less than a 10-minute walk away, and the Woodside LIRR is about a 20-minute walk or a five-minute drive. The Q32, Q33, Q47, Q49, Q53, and Q70 buses are all within walking distance too. Click through for more photos.
This one-bedroom is part of a 12-story building in LIC. The apartment is newly renovated and has some interesting details. The kitchen is is nicely finished with a peninsula that has a built-in sink and dishwasher and extra counter space on top. There’s also an entire wall made of cabinets for storage.
All of the rooms are a good size, and the apartment has a large balcony and a washer and dryer in the unit. Now here’s the interesting details: a wall in the living room and a few others in the entrance of the apartment are painted bright lime green.
The building is very close to the Long Island City LIRR station as well as the 7 and G trains and the Q103 bus. Hunters Point South Park and the East River Ferry are a ten-minute walk down the avenue. There are restaurants, schools, and other parks in the area. The monthly rent is $3,800. Click through for more photos.
This studio rental in Long Island City is part of a ten-story building. The studio has an open layout with nice space in the kitchen area. There are stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and the unit has a private balcony. If your favorite color is blue you’ll love this place.
The building has a 24-hour gym and a shared roofdeck. Monthly rent is an even $2,000.
The F/M, N/Q/R, E, G, and 7 trains are all within walking distance from the building. The building is also close to the Q32, Q39, Q60, Q66, Q69, Q100, Q101, and Q102 buses. There are parks, playgrounds, small shops, and dining options in the area too. Click through for more photos.
This two-bedroom condo is part of L Haus, a 10-story building in Hunters Point. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and walk-in closet, and the second bedroom has a guest bathroom. The ceilings are high, and the windows are sizeable. The kitchen has all new appliances and a peninsula for extra counter space.
The building has a gym, yoga studio, community recreation facilities, and a roof deck. The monthly rent is $4,150, and this unit is available for August 1.
The 7, G, and LIRR trains are all within walking distance of the building. The B32, B62, Q67, and Q103 buses are in the area too. There are parks, shops, and dining options surrounding the building, and you get excellent views of Manhattan. Click through for more photos.
This two-bedroom rental is part of a four-story building in Kew Gardens Hills. The two bedrooms and living room are both look very spacious. The kitchen is on the smaller side, but it still has good counter and cabinet space. The bathroom has a small window and new elegant tiles. Broker fee, heat, and hot water is included in the monthly rent of $1,700.
There are small shops, grocery stores, and dining options around the building. The Q20A, Q20B, Q44, Q46, QM1, QM5, QM6, and QM7 buses are all within walking distance. The nearest train (E, F) is a 20-minute walk or an 11-minute bus ride away, and the Kew Gardens LIRR station is a 5-minute drive from the building. Click through for more photos.