Houses for Sale in Queens and Manhattan

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2022-11-24 15:30:20

QUEENS | 10 Holder Place, No. 5A

A two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,700-square-foot prewar residence, with a lounge that has 14-foot ceilings, a proper eating room with French doorways, a windowed galley kitchen with a dishwasher, a major suite, a foyer-turned-sitting space, casement home windows and inlaid hardwood flooring on the highest ground of an elevator constructing that has a part-time doorman and basement laundry room. Denise Figliolia, Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, 917-747-7525; sothebysrealty.com

MAINTENANCE

$2,818 a month

PROS

The house feels spacious at each flip, particularly in the lounge, which has an space of about 400 sq. ft, bigger than some New York studio residences.

CONS

Consumers who count on residence buildings to return with facilities could be dissatisfied. There’s no gymnasium, as an illustration.

MANHATTAN | 133 West twenty eighth Road, No. 3B

A 900-square-foot loft-style prewar residence, with one bed room set off by a partial wall, an open ground plan, an open kitchen, one windowless bathtub, a washer and dryer, uncovered brick partitions and authentic hardwood flooring on the third ground of a non-doorman elevator constructing within the flower district. Meagan Buckley, Brown Harris Stevens, 410-279-3336; bhsusa.com

Upkeep

$2,155 a month

Execs

Consumers with an urge for food for a renovation might just like the blank-slate prospects of this considerably uncooked house, with home windows dealing with south.

Cons

Flower deliveries make for a loud block.


MANHATTAN | 140 Fifth Avenue, No. 5A

MANHATTAN 140 Fifth Avenue, No. 5A

A one-bedroom, one-bath, 900-square-foot prewar residence, with a mixed residing and eating room, an open kitchen with chrome steel home equipment, a washer and dryer, a major bed room that has two partitions lined with built-out closets, a secondary sleeping space with built-in shelving and a pocket door and 11-foot ceilings in a non-doorman Beaux-Arts elevator constructing at West nineteenth Road. Kristi Ambrosetti, Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, 917-763-8504; sothebysrealty.com

Upkeep

$1,896 a month

Execs

The house’s monumental home windows absorb architecturally-interesting buildings and a dynamic streetscape.

Cons

The sleeping space is simply too small to be a authorized bed room — the truth is, a twin mattress barely squeezes in now — although the house could possibly be transformed to a den or residence workplace.

Given the quick tempo of the present market, some properties might now not be out there on the time of publication.

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