04/17/13 1:00pm

Earlier this week we took a look at Flushing tudor’s. Today it is Bayside’s turn.

39-29 217th St, Bayside
6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
39-29 217th St
Gorgeous House – Great Location! Palatial Tudor, Totally Renovated, With Beautiful Architectural Details And Wood Floors Throughout. Cac, Large Backyard, And A Multipurpose 4-Room Suite With Separate Entrance.
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79-24 208th St, Bayside
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
79-24 208th St
Beautifully Renovated Charming Tudor In Great Location, Great Open Layout W/ Hardwood Floors Thruout & Possibilites Of Extension. Plumbing And Electric Replaced Few Years Ago And Refinieshed Stucco Recently. Seperate Heating And Cooling System For Each Floor. Zoned For Best School Ps.188. Near Express Bus To City And Park.
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04/15/13 1:00pm

35-33 171st St, Flushing
5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
35-33 171st St
Classic English Tudor With Old World Charm In North Flushing. Grand Entry Hallway With French Doors & Marble Flooring. Large Living Rm With Fireplace. Formal Dining Rm. Eat-In-Kitchen. Sunroom & 1/2Bath On First Floor. Second Floor: Master Suite With Full Bath & Separate Shower. 3 Large Family Bedrooms & Full Bath. Fin Attic With Bedroom. Updated Heating & Cac.60X100
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11/02/12 1:00pm

Here are the properties we featured this week on QueensNYC.com:


5-09 48th Ave #2D, Long Island City, NY 11101 (GMAP) – This studio a block or two from the LIC waterfront is priced at $390,000. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and a little bar with room to eat at. (more…)

07/10/12 2:00pm

The popular Brooklyn site Brownstoner has jumped the fence to Queens with their new Astoria Renovation blog about a couple’s renovation of a historic Astoria two-family row house. It seems the proximity to work and lower prices moved the couple’s focus from doing a renovation in brownstone Brooklyn to Astoria.


The owners of the house are writing about the renovation themselves.

My partner and I are renovating this row house in Astoria, Queens – 29th Street in the Ditmars area.  (Initially I didn’t know if we would make the Brownstoner Brooklyn cut, but after they included a project in Philadelphia, I figured they could showcase one from their Neighbor to the North.) I love traditional brownstones with their period details, but Brooklyn didn’t make sense for us from either a practical or financial standpoint.

What we aim to do with our renovation is to extend the front-of-house character throughout the structure and onto the back, giving the building an elegance it never actually had, and fulfilling the promise of the façade.

This house does have a garage and the stone detail around the windows look good.


We’ll keep an eye on this as the project progresses.