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DONE DEALS: Roundup of this week’s residential sales

CAROLINA GONTIJO

Townhouses in Queens are in demand like never before, according to Citi Habitats agent Carolina Gontijo.
She just sold a three bedroom single family home at 48-35 44th Street (pictured top) for $1.17 million.
The brick townhome has a private driveway and one-car garage as well as a finished basement and fenced backyard.
But Gontijo believes it was the location that sealed the deal.
“The family who purchased the house wanted to be close to the 7 train,” said Gontijo. “One of the new owners works in Manhattan and she was looking to cut her commuting hours down so she could spend more time with her family.
“Also, the backyard was a must for them since they have two young children. 48-35 44th Street offered them the space of the suburbs in prime location. It’s the best of both worlds.”
Gontijo received a total of six offers for the home and went to contract in 28 days just under the $1.2 million listing price.

MANHATTAN
Lenox Hill
301 E78th St. #2D
$750,000

One bedroom, 1-bath with renovated kitchen and bath and great closet space and generous dining area which is convertible to a home office or second bedroom. Kitchen and bath feature cherry cabinetry, stone tile and stylish fixtures. Two of the five closets are walk-ins, parquet flooring and new carpeting in the bedroom and closets. Asking Price: $815,000. CC: $1,331. Time on market: 135 Days. Agents: Josh Rubin, Douglas Elliman; Robyn Brown, Wayne Broome & Antonio del Rosario, Brown Harris Stevens.

Midtown
146 W57th St. # 45A
$2,700,000

Two bedroom, 2-bath condo in Metropolitan Tower. Redesigned with a double-width central living, dining, kitchen open floor plan creating flow for entertaining and recreation. Silent central air and heating, high-fidelity 5.1 integrated audio and video, white oak flooring, Lutron recessed lighting and floor-to-ceiling windows with custom retractable blinds. Corner A-line residence overlooking 57th Street. Asking Price: $2,995,000. CC: $2,179. Days on Market: 90 Days. Agents: Josh Rubin and Brandon Mason, Douglas Elliman; Carmen Marques Perez, Corcoran.

JOSH RUBIN

Kips Bay
215 E24th St. #502
$680,000

One bedroom, 1-bath duplex loft with private balcony. Entry gallery and brand new open kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances and custom cabinets. High ceilings, living room with open views. Upstairs is king-size bedroom. Asking Price: $700,000. CC: $1,294. Days on Market: 20 days. Agents: Josh Rubin, Douglas Elliman.

Seaport
99 John St. #513
$850,000

Renovated one-bedroom, 1-bath condo New maple hardwood flooring and 14 ft. ceilings, 6 ft. high windows. Amenities include bike room, playroom, concierge, garage parking, gym, laundry, live-in super, package room. Asking Price: $865,000. CC: $534. Days on Market: 218 Days. Agents: Joel Moss, Warburg Realty; Greg Brancato, Rockrose.

SARAH RIEGLE

BROOKLYN
Williamsburg
170 Broadway, #6B
$995,000

Two-bedroom, 1-bath condo with two private balconies. Located on the top floor of a boutique elevator buildinG. Oak hardwood floors, open kitchen with Shaker-style cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and an oversized island. Central A/C and in-unit washer and dryer, as well as views of the Williamsburg Bridge and Empire State Building. Building amenities include storage units for residents, a common roof deck and video intercom system. Asking Price: $995,000. CC: $507. Days on the Market: 2 weeks. Agents: Shari Markoff, Douglas Elliman; and Sarah Riegle, Citi Habitats.

Greenpoint
282A Nassau Ave. #2A
$777,000

One-bedroom, 1-bath condo with open living room with 14.8 ft. ceilings. Custom kitchen with stainless steel Bosch and Miele appliances plus quartz counter-tops. The bath has floor-to-ceiling tile, a soaking tub and rainfall shower head. There is a Nest thermostat system and in-unit washer/dryer. Building offers a common roof terrace with Manhattan views. Asking Price: $799,000. CC: $466. Days on the Market: 2 weeks. Agents: Alan Wider, Bold New York; Shabir Ahmad, Citi Habitats.

Brooklyn Heights
55 Hicks St. #53
$499,000

South-facing one bedroom co-op with windows in every room. Living and dining area, exposed brick walls and original tin tiled ceiling. Recently updated windowed kitchen with black stone counters, stone tile floors, and full-sized appliances. Updated bathroom with tub and extra shelving. Asking price: $499,000. CC: $711. Time on market: 48 days. Agents: Jessica Buchman & Kristin Miller, Corcoran.

Downtown
319 Schermerhorn St. #14B
$1,378,140

Two bedroom, 2-bath apartment. Kitchen features Canadian white oak veneer lower cabinets, white lacquered upper cabinets, Caeserstone frosty carrina quartz countertops, stainless steel undermount sink by Signature, Grohe faucet, and Bosch appliances. Master bedroom suite with walk-in closet and bathroom with walnut veneer vanity, Signature plumbing fixtures and undermount Signature bathtub. Asking price: $1,390,974. CC: $1,241. Agents: Josh Rubin, Douglas Elliman; The Shemesh Team at Douglas Elliman.

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