QNYC real estate listings of the day – properties in Forest Hills, LIC, Astoria, and Woodside

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.


42-51 Hunter St, #5A, Long Island City, NY 11101 (GMAP) – This 2 bed/2 bath condo in the Fusion building is priced at $825,000. There are wood floors throughout and lots of big windows. The kitchen has high-end stainless steel appliances. Up on the roof is a nice wooden deck with a BBQ grill and great views of the neighborhood and beyond. The building is also very near public transportation, within walking distance to Queensboro Plaza, home of the N/Q and 7 trains, and to Queens Plaza, home to the E/M/R trains.


24-42 24th St, Astoria, NY 11102 (GMAP) – This two family, semi-detached, 4 bed/3 bath house is priced at $998,000. The house was built in 1940, and the interior is contemporary with a new kitchen downstairs, and hardwood floors throughout the house. It also has a three car garage in the back. The house is a few blocks from Astoria Park, and also convenient to the Triboro/RFK bridge.


51-10 30th Ave, Woodside, NY 11377 (GMAP) – This 1 bed/1 bath co-op in the Boulevard Gardens community is priced at $195,000. This is a very well-regarded community in the area. The whole unit has been renovated, too. The kitchen has wooden cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and Ceasarstone countertops. There are wood floors throughout the apartment. It is located close to the Grand Central Parkway and BQE, and is about a 10 minute walk to the 30th Ave N/Q stop, and about 15 minutes from the Steinway R stop.

And for more on real estate and living in LIC, be sure to read our recent article, LIC for Brooklynites where to live in Hunters Point, Queens Plaza, Court Square, and Dutch Kills.