Home Business Houses for sale in Manhattan and Queens

Houses for sale in Manhattan and Queens

by SuperiorInvest

manhattan | 613 East Sixth Street, No. 5A

A two-bedroom, one-bathroom, approximately 900-square-foot co-op duplex with an open floor plan, a windowed kitchen, vented range and washer/dryer on the first level; two bedrooms and a full bathroom on the second level; and mini-split heating and air conditioning throughout, on the top floor of a six-story walk-up building with a part-time super, a garden and a rooftop terrace. Lucy Wu, BOND New York, 917-678-1348; bondnewyork.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,579 per month

Advantages

This bright apartment has many windows and a skylight. The master bedroom has views of the horizon.

Cons

The spiral staircase may not seem safe for everyone and there is no bathroom on the first level. Neither bedroom fits a king size bed. Buyer must pay 1 percent dump tax.


manhattan | 16 West 16th Street, No. 14CS

A two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment of approximately 1,340 square feet with an open floor plan, a windowed country-style kitchen with breakfast bar, a marble foyer, a master bedroom with bath, a second bedroom (or den) with sliding doors, a second marble bathroom, through-the-wall air conditioning and cherry wood floors, on a high floor in a 1960’s 14-story doorman building with shared laundry, a waiting list for storage containers in the basement, a public parking lot, a resident manager and a resident manager. Alan Levy, Coldwell Banker Warburg, 917-742-6743; cbwarburg.com

Costs

Maintenance: $1,962 per month

Advantages

There are nice views of the city. The large en-suite master bathroom has a deep soaking tub. The building’s hallways, lobby and elevators are being renovated, and the garage offers a discount to residents.

Cons

The closet in the second bedroom is small. Washers/dryers are not allowed inside the unit. The building has no shared outdoor space.


Queens | 35-30 Calle 82, No. 42

A two-bedroom, one-bath, approximately 800-square-foot unit with a windowed kitchen, windowed bathroom, second bedroom or dining room, nine-and-a-half-foot ceilings, window air conditioning, and basement storage in the Fourth floor of a pre-war five-story walk-up building with a super, shared laundry, a patio, and a pet policy that allows cats. Helen Van Rhyn, Brown Harris Stevens, 718-858-5946; bhsusa.org

Costs

Maintenance: $545 per month

Advantages

This cooperative is among the oldest buildings in the Jackson Heights Historic District. Maintenance is low.

Cons

The entrance to the second bedroom is extra wide and has no door.

Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.

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