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4-74 48th Ave PH1J, Queens, NY 11109

$625,000
Listing Details:
$625,000 Price
Condop Property Type
Hunters Point Neighborhood
1 Beds
1.5 Baths
975 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$2,620 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Doorman
Gym
Elevator
Garage
Laundry
Rooftop Access
Storage
Description:

"Welcome Home" to your Penthouse in the Sky. You cannot see Manhattan from Manhattan but from PH1J you can take in a panoramic vista stretching from Brooklyn, across the East River to the sun setting over NYC. At around 975 square feet this apartment can easily be converted to two bedrooms and is the only line in the building with an additional, fully updated, half bath. The kitchen was impeccably renovated with a Miele dishwasher, Kitchen Aid stove, Liebher fridge, full service microwave, Sile stone counter tops and finished off with a whimsical marble and glass back-splash. The generous master bedroom has room for a king sized bed and office area, with ample closet space for all your storage needs. "Welcome Home" this is the one you have been waiting for.

Enjoy Luxury Living in your Luxury High-rise with 24/7 Front Desk, Health Club, Tennis Court and Two Large Landscaped Common Areas. Enjoy numerous restaurants, activities and attractions in Long Island City. One Block from Duane Reade Drug Store and Food Cellar grocery store. All this just one stop from Grand Central Station and all of mid-town Manhattan on the 7 Train: Directly in front of the building is the 22 Acre Gantry State Park with four piers extending into the East River, one for fishing. Spectacular 180 degree of Manhattan skyline directly across the river from the United Nations.

Listing courtesy of Halstead Property, LLC

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