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DONE DEALS: New price record in Queens

Mike Schulte, associate real estate broker with Citi Habitats, broke a neighborhood record for un-renovated, single-family homes when he sold a Tudor-style brick townhome in Middle Village, Queens for $789,000.

The closing, which was $39,000 above ask, came after just five weeks on the market.


“For my townhouse listing in Middle Village, we priced it right,” said Schulte. “We had 40 groups through in the first 10 days, and received multiple offers.”

Schulte said he also believes the fact that he’s a member of both REBNY and the Queens/Long Island MLS helped the property get maximum exposure.

Schulte represented the sellers, a family he’s friends with. “They love the community and are moving within the neighborhood to a larger home,” he said.

The property, located at 65-14 79th Street, was built in 1950 and has three bedrooms and two baths. Highlights include its oversized bay window and crown molding. There’s also a finished basement, landscaped front garden and off-street parking in a rear alley.

Representing the buyer was Janet Grechkosey, Tscherne Realty.

Sutton Place
45 Sutton Pl. South, #12M

Two-bedroom, 2-bath co-op with East River views, decorative crown molding, window seats and automated window blinds. The kitchen leads to a separate dining area. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge, landscaped roof deck, fitness center, laundry room and onsite parking garage. Asking price: $1,400,000. CC: $3,075. Days on the market: 21. Agents: John Farrell, Citi Habitats and Kim Wright, Douglas Elliman.

Kips Bay
330 East 33rd Street, #12J

This two-bedroom, 2-bath condo is currently undergoing renovations. The unit has a wall-to-wall expanse of windows, and a living room with city views. Additionally there is storage and closet space throughout.
Designed by renowned architect I.M. Pei, Kips Bay Towers has a 24-hour doorman and concierge services. It also features a fitness center, a bike room and a landscaped three-acre park and garden accessible to residents only. It includes a full basketball court, playground, grass areas and a new playroom/community room. Outdoor reserved and indoor garage parking.
CCs: $931. Real Estate Taxes: $1,108. Asking price: $1,395,000. Time on market: four weeks. Listing agent: Blu Toth, The Corcoran Group. Selling agent: Alexis Gandelman, City Connections Realty, Inc.

Murray Hill
200 East 36th St. 3B

This one-bedroom, 1 -bath in a building on the corner of Third Avenue has a full-time staff, live in building manager, roof deck, gym, laundry appliances, bike room, luggage room and storage room (with a wait list).
Asking price: $584,000. CC: $1,408. Days on market: 102. Agents: Svetlana Choi of Warburg Realty and Shelly Bleier of Douglas Elliman.

357 West 30th Street Apt. 3

This prewar condo in the Chelsea/Hudson Yards area is located one block from the entrance to the Highline. At 900 s/f, this one-bedroom has two wood-burning fireplaces and its own washer/dryer. Asking price: $929,000
Seller’s agent: Carol Graham and Casey Kearns at Corcoran. Buyer’s agent: Marianne Spraggins at Montsky Real Estate.


Carroll Gardens
376 President Street, Apt. 1E

This two-bedroom, 2-bath home is located at The Mill Building, originally a jute factory built in 1886. The 1,115 s/f condo features a foyer with walk-in-closets on either side and a Nest-controlled Central air conditioning and heating system. In the living room, deep red brick walls frame the windows and the original timber beams line the ceilings. Kitchen is recently renovated. Hardwood floors span the home. Building is renovated with waitlisted onsite parking for $225/month, free bike storage, two laundry rooms per floor, a live-in super and a garden with a propane grill. Asking Price: $1,250,000. CC: $517. Days on market: 30. Agents: Jamie Fedorko and Catherine Silver Smith, Warburg Realty.

Prospect Heights
41 Eastern Parkway

This two-bedroom, 1-bath co-op features ceilings with beams, wood floors and closets throughout. The kitchen houses stainless steel appliances, washer/dryer and ample storage and counter space. Asking price: $1,100,000. Seller’s agent: Samuel-Christophe Tedjasukmana, Corcoran. Buyer’s agent : Sarah Padron, Douglas Elliman.


Jackson Heights
90-11 35th Avenue, #1B

Mid-century one-bedroom, 1-bath co-op. Main living area with hardwood floors and pass-through kitchen with separate dining nook. Closet space and crown molding throughout, bedroom with two exposures. Located in The Magnolia, a building with laundry room, live-in super, part-time doorman and garage. Two blocks from the 7 train. Asking price: $289,000. CC: $754.67. Days on the market: 17 weeks. Agent: Jessica Kaufman, Citi Habitats.

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