26-42 93 St.

in Jackson Heights, Queens, NY 11369

$749,000 For Sale

Beds
4
Type
Multi-Family Townhouse
Baths
2
Building Name
-
Year Built
1930
Taxes
Stories
2
Financing
-
Units
2
Listed On
-
Web-ID
-

Description of 26-42 93 St.

Near the Water in Queens!

Get out your measuring tape and toolbox—this charmer in Queens is ready for its next chapter to be written. Built in 1930, the two-story duplex has two complete units inside. From the street, your first impression will be of a gabled clapboard house not dissimilar to its neighbors. There’s tidy little fenced front yard and brick steps leading up to the door. A driveway leads back to a standalone garage. Also worth noting, it’s less than a mile to Flushing Bay.

First, the nuts and bolts. This house certainly has investment potential. You could renovate and sell it, use it for rental income, or turn it into your own personal two-story residence in a borough of New York City that continues to trend upward. The first floor layout has two spacious front rooms, a bathroom, an eat-in kitchen and two smaller back bedrooms. The upstairs unit has two front rooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and one larger bedroom. There’s also an attic.

Work has already been done to improve the home, most notably on the second story with its cute wall paint and upgraded bath. You’ll find parquet hardwood floors on both levels and lots of natural light from large windows in virtually every room. The lower level could use a decorator’s touch, unless you’re partial to wood veneer paneling. The house is quite livable as it is, but it could be so much more!

The fenced back yard was mostly paved over at some point, although there is a brick portion to the rear that may be original. There’s also a small patch of land with trees and bushes. The possibilities are intriguing, to say the least. Perhaps a little veggie garden, a new patio or a deck?

This is the East Elmhurst neighborhood, less than a block from Astoria Blvd and local restaurants, including the venerable Buccaneer Diner (ready for some surf and turf?). You’ll be close to Flushing Promenade and the World’s Fair Marina with its boat slips, ferry landing and kayak launch. LaGuardia Airport is conveniently close, as is City Field, home of the NY Mets.

Near the Water in Queens!

Get out your measuring tape and toolbox—this charmer in Queens is ready for its next chapter to be written. Built in 1930, the two-story duplex has two complete units inside. From the street, your first impression will be of a gabled clapboard house not dissimilar to its neighbors. There’s tidy little fenced front yard and brick steps leading up to the door. A driveway leads back to a standalone garage. Also worth noting, it’s less than a mile to Flushing Bay.

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Thomas Rainey

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