Here is a roundup of properties we’ve featured this week on QNYC – two are under $200K, one is about $500K, and the other is a multi family house at $1.3 million.
25-40 31st Ave #2R, Astoria, NY 11106 (GMAP) - This studio co-op at The Concord in Astoria is priced at $197,000. The Concord is a very desirable older co-op in Astoria (built in 1939). The building is very well taken care of. The unit has beautiful hardwood floors. It also has an eat-in-kitchen. It’s very close to bustling Broadway, the heart of Astoria, home to great restaurants like Sac’s Place (coal oven pizza and Italian food), Pão de Queijo (casual Brazlian), Aliada (Cyrpiot). the Broadway N/Q stop is the closest subway station.
88-16 69th Rd, Forest Hills, NY 11375 (GMAP) - This 3 bed/3 bath house in Forest Hills is priced at $598,000. It has both a new roof and a new finished basement with a washer and dryer. The kitchen is updated with stainless steel appliances. It’s a short walk from beautiful Forest Park and just off of Metropolitan Avenue, close to restaurants like Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen (the only restaurant in Queens with a Michelin star at this writing) and shops like Trader Joe’s (the only location in Queens at this writing).
67-29 Springfield Blvd, Bayside, NY (GMAP) - This big 1 bed/1 bath co-op in Bayside is priced at $154,000. The co-op’s grounds are beautifully kept. It’s also very near Alley Pond Park (a block from the Oakland Lake section), 5 minutes away from the Bayside Marina, and convenient to the Cross Island Parkway and the LIE.
23-17 38th St, Astoria, NY 11105 (GMAP) - This semi-detached four family house in Astoria is priced at $1,390,000. This could be a great investment property – in the past five years it has earned $92,000. It has 8 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms total; each unit has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The upstairs unit has a deck. The ground floor unit has some backyard space. There’s also a basement in this house. The location is convenient to the Grand Central Parkway, as well as the Ditmars Blvd area and the Little Egypt neighborhood on Steinway Street.