How lovely is this Kew Gardens Colonial, at 115 Audley Street? Inside, we like the wood floors, wainscoting, and the fireplace in the living room. The kitchen and bathrooms look like they will need upgrading. The home is asking no small sum of $1,100,000. There was an open house over the weekend — did anyone get to check the place out?
We’re quite fond of this Kew Gardens co-op, at 117-01 Park Lane South in the Hampton Court complex. There are two bedrooms and 1,000 square feet. The arched entryways, crown moldings and hardwood floors are lovely, the kitchen’s small but it looks renovated. You can’t beat the location, right off Forest Park, or the complex, which is known for its courtyard and well-maintained buildings. It’s asking a total of $260,000. Think that sounds about right?
This rental apartment comes from a cute house in Kew Gardens, at 84-40 118th Street. It includes three bedrooms, two bathrooms and use of the front and back yards. We wish there were more photos — what’s provided only shows the bedrooms, which look sizable if not very fancy. It is priced at $2,300 a month. What say you?
A massive portfolio of rental buildings in Kew Gardens is now on the market. Crain’s reports that Hudson Realty Capital packaged up 53 buildings with 1,270 apartments; the properties could bring in as much as $250,000,000. According to Crain’s, this portfolio is one of the largest to hit the market in decades for the neighborhood. Bob Knakal, who will handle sales, says this about investment opportunities in Queens: “This portfolio definitely reflects a growing interest in the boroughs. Interest has picked up significantly in the boroughs over the past year so and that will continue in 2014.”
We like this one-bedroom co-op, which comes from the Hampton Court building in Kew Gardens. At 1,000 square feet it’s large and the space features the original hardwood floors and arched entryways. The kitchen could use some work but it looks like a buyer would have a nice amount of space to work with. The ask? $212,000. How do you think that number will go over?
This one-bedroom condo at 84-62 Austin Street in Kew Gardens has a modern look to it but it’s going to need some significant upgrades. The kitchen and the lofted second floor look a little worse for wear. However, we do like the flexibility and the potential of the second floor space. That being said, do you think the ask of $358,000 makes sense?