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21-77 28 St., Queens, NY 11105

$1,698,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$1,698,000 Price
Multi-Family Townhouse Property Type
Ditmars-Steinway Neighborhood
-- Beds
0 Baths
2,592 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$821 RET
Key Features:
Prewar
Allows Pets
Unit Garden
Description:

We are pleased to announce that we have been exclusively retained to handle the sale of 21-77 28th Street Astoria New York 11105. 21-77 28th Street is a fantastic legal 3 family home situated on a spacious 25 x 100 lot in the heart of the Ditmars section of Astoria Queens. The existing building features a two car driveway located at the rear of the property and beautiful front facade with sit out patio. Located on 28th Street and with Ditmars Boulevard 1 blocks South, 21-77 28th Street offers an excellent location in a highly sought after area of Astoria. Local shops, restaurants and amenities are all within walking distance and provide great availability to those living within the neighborhood. Add to that the incredible Astoria Park, which is just a 5-10 minute walk away, and you've hit the jackpot in terms of location, location, location! With over 1,100 square feet left over for FAR (allowable buildable) this property is great as a current residence or even as a future build out. Contact our Exclusive Agents for more information and to schedule a private showing. All prospective Buyers must have proof of funds or pre-approval to secure a showing.

Listing courtesy of Modern Spaces

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