Here’s a very nice three-bedroom, three-bath house in Astoria. The first floor is a duplex apartment with a basement. The basement has one of the bedrooms, the laundry room, a storage room, and a small bathroom. Both the first floor and the second floor have a bedroom, kitchen, and full bathroom. There is also access to a backyard and garage. The entire house looks recently renovated with new appliances, floors, and cabinets. Everything is very spacious as well.
The Q19 and Q69 are within walking distance, and the nearest trains (N,Q) are about a 20 minute walk. There is shopping and food options in the area and even more by the nearest trains. The ask is $1,075,000 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $4,044.04. There is an open house on Sunday, June 28. Click through for more photos.
Here is a roundup of properties we’ve featured on QueensNYC this week – a house, a condo, and a co-op.
22-62 38th St, Astoria, NY 11105 (GMAP) – This single family 2 bed/2 bath house in Astoria is priced at $578,000. One of the nice elements of this home is the presence of a fireplace and it also has a back deck. It is located near the BQE and Grand Central Parkway. The nearest subway is the Ditmars Blvd N/Q express stop.
Here is a roundup of properties we’ve featured on QueensNYC this week – a couple of condos, a co-op, and a house in LIC, Woodside, and East Elmhurst.
5-19 Borden Ave., #2A, Long Island City, NY 11101 (GMAP) – This 2 bed/2 bath condo in the Murano building is priced at $895,000. Some of the sweet aspects of this unit include north and west exposures, a 98 square foot balcony, and this soaking tub in the bathroom. The Murano is also a “green building,” with the use of eco-friendly building materials and energy efficient appliances. The building is convenient to the Vernon-Jackson 7 stop on the subway (one stop from Grand Central), the Hunters Point LIRR, and the East River Ferry. It is also close to the LIE and the Queens Midtown Tunnel.
This week Nancy Ruhling wrote about a hidden Victorian house in Astoria for her “Astoria Characters” column in the Huffington Post and we really couldn’t get enough of this story. It’s not right there on the street, but is behind a commercial business – Teddy’s Florist – on 31st Street near the Ditmars N/Q subway station in Astoria. You can see it from the Ditmars platform, though, but even then it is hidden – not may people look for it (though after the attention it’s gotten, that will likely change).
Here is a roundup of the properties we’ve featured here on QueensNYC this week. There are two condos and one home in the neighborhoods are Elmhurst, Bayside, and LIC.
74-23 Calamus Ave, Elmhurst, NY 11373 (GMAP) – This 2 bed/2 bath (1 full, 1 half) condo in Elmhurst is priced at $469,000. It has a comfortable eat-in kitchen. It also has a private balcony. The building is a little over a half mile to the nearest subway stop, the Grand Avenue/Newtown local stop on the M/R. It is also convenient to the LIE.