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DONE DEALS: Stribling agent reaches new Heights

Stribling & Associates agent James Schoenfeld’s recently broke a closing record with the sale of a quaint but colossal colonial Tudor for $1.51 million, the highest single-family closing this year in Jackson Heights.

JAMES SCHOENFELD
JAMES SCHOENFELD

34-16 86th Street is a five bedroom, 3.5-bath 2,800 s/f house that spent just 42 days on the market.

“We benefited from very limited competitive inventory when we came to market,ˮ said Schoenfeld. “The buyers who were in competition were local to Jackson Heights and understood how rarely such listings come to market and bid up the price [from a $.5 million ask]. That said, we had a fair number of Manhattan residents coming to view the property as well.”

He added, “This Colonial Tudor home is gorgeous, and particularly large, and sits on arguably the most beautiful block in Jackson Height’s historic landmark district.

Nicknamed the “Crown Jewel of Jackson Heights,” the 1930’s classic is also just a 20-minute subway ride away from Manhattan.

MANHATTAN
Harlem
118 W112th St. #3C
$679,000.

CAROLE ARMSTRONG
CAROLE ARMSTRONG

Located within Harlem’s Park Lane Condominium, two-bedroom residence with in-unit washer/dryer, solid oak floors and high ceilings with crown moldings. Kitchen with white Thermofoil cabinets and top-of-the-line chrome appliances. D’Orient Palmira tile in Cerrera marble and a Kohler soaking tub in the bathroom. Building offers bike room, gym and available storage. Asking price: $699,000. CC: $585. Agents: Limor Nesher, CORE; Carole Armstrong, DJK Residential.

Upper West Side
210 W78th St. #2C/3C
$1,515,000
Two uncombined pre-war apartments offering chance to create duplex home. Could combine to create 1,700 s/f with three bedrooms, three bathrooms. Entry foyer, living room, windowed kitchen, dining area, master suite. Pre-war details include hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, glass doorknobs and high ceilings. CC: $3,965. Asking Price: $1,695,000. Time on Market: 6 Weeks. Agent: Compass; Janis Cooke, City Connections Realty, Inc.

Upper East Side
240 E79th St. #11A
$1,350,000

Rory Bolger
Rory Bolger

Newly renovated two bedroom, 2-bath co-op in Art Deco building. Home features a 31 ft. great room with beamed ceilings and original hardwood floors. Eat-in kitchen with two windows, Carrara marble countertops, Miele stainless steel appliances and custom cabinets.Master bedroom with en-suite bath. Building amenities include a full-time doorman, outdoor courtyard/play area, bike storage, storage bins and a live-in super. Asking Price: $1,395,000. CC: $2,128. Days on the Market: 9 weeks. Agents: Mike Lubin, Brown Harris Stevens; Rory Bolger, Citi Habitats .

345 E80th St. #6L
$735,000
One-bedroom condo with open living room with dining area, parquet floors and picture window. Galley kitchen with microwave and dishwasher. Queen-sized master bedroom with double closets. Subway tile bath with tub-shower combo. Located at The Eastwinds where amenities include 24-hour doorman, landscaped roof deck, storage units, on-site garage and laundry facilities. Asking Price: $750,000. CC: $521. Days on the Market: 5 weeks. Agents: Anis Attarwala, The Hecht Group; Royce Cara Berler, Citi Habitats.

Midtown West
350-368 W50th St. #TH-1K
$739,000
Loft like professional live-work space. Elevated, first floor 636 s/f home/office. Enter via gated private stoop and separate foyer entrance. Private sleeping area, full bath with marble detailing, full open kitchen, 10 ft. ceilings and a stacked washer and dryer. Private garden. Video security, doorman and fully alarmed windows and doors. Central air. building offers roof gardens, private community garden, community room and David Barton Gym with sea water pool. CC: $827.21. Asking Price: $850,000. Time on Market: 31 Weeks. Agents: Lia Troy, Halstead Property; Ed Thompson, City Connections Realty, Inc.

West Village
354 W12th St. #1A
$455,000
Property originally built as a part of three contiguous apartment houses constructed in 1875. Studio home partitioned into two separate rooms, located on the ground floor of this walk-up building. Windowed bathroom, two-over-two windows facing the street. Private garden in the rear of the three buildings. Asking Price $420,000. CC: $527. Time on Market: 235 Days. Agents: Helen Ginns & Edward Sadovnik, Rutenberg; Christian Emanuel, Sothebys International Realty

FiDi
75 Wall St. #25L
$740,000
Turn-key studio with high ceilings, oversized windows and ample storage space in a luxury full-service building. Kitchen has CasesarStone Countertops and Italian Lacquer Kitchen Cabinetry by Boffi. In-residence washer/dryer, wide-planked cerused oak flooring. 75 Wall Street pairs a collection of 346 luxury residences with the Hyatt-managed Andaz Wall Street to offer a rooftop with indoor/outdoor entertaining space and 360 degree views, gym, yoga studio, lounge with pool table, screening room, 24 hour doorman. Asking Price $745,000. CC: $513. Time on Market: 178 Days. Agents: Han Lin, Meier Group NYC LLC; Brooke Elliott, Rutenberg.

PICTURED TOP IS 34-16 86th Street

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