Queens Homes & Real Estate
View the hottest Queens, NY homes for sale and real estate below! Queens is by far the largest borough in New York City by area, sharing the western end of Long Island with the Brooklyn community. It's a vibrant collection of dozens of unique neighborhoods. To request up-to-date information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more about Queens properties for sale, or to arrange a private showing of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Queens real estate.
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These Queens home listings are updated throughout the day from the Queens, New York MLS.
Each Queens MLS listing includes: the property price, days on the market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent.
Check the current listing status and the local Queens property tax information. As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools, and Queens community amenities, including parks and golf courses, will be listed.
Queens Real Estate Market
Looking for a place to live in NYC without the sky-high prices of Manhattan and Brooklyn? Queens is a great place to start looking for a break from the above-average cost of living in New York City. Queens is typically a more affordable place to find a New York City home than these neighboring boroughs, where the median list price is usually well over $1 million.
Thanks to its larger land area, Queens County is one of the best places to shop single-family homes for sale in the city, as it typically has the largest inventory available and the prices can be surprisingly affordable. For those whose budget is higher, Queens luxury homes offer amazing accommodations, listing in the multi-million price range and presenting property types that vary from Mediterranean-inspired custom-built villas to stately Tudor mansions to expansive colonial homes on large lots.
Queens condos and apartments are, unsurprisingly, one of the most common property types in the area. Co-ops generally start around $100,000, with two-bedroom condos typically starting in the mid-$100s and three-bedrooms typically starting in the mid-$200s. At the high end of the scale, Queens has some fantastic high-rise apartment buildings with home values over $2 million. Enjoy penthouses with panoramic views, upscale building amenities, corner units bathed in natural sunlight, and views of the Manhattan skyline through your living room window.
While Queens is largely considered one of the more affordable boroughs that make up New York City, real estate tends to get more expensive the closer you get to the Manhattan community. Some of the more upscale neighborhoods in the west of Queens include the Forest Hills neighborhood, the Jackson Heights neighborhood, the Astoria community, and Long Island City.
Queens Community Amenities
Queens places a high value on outdoor recreational opportunities and has many parks, the most notable of which being Flushing Meadows Corona Park. This park was the site of both the 1939 and 1964 World's Fairs and is now a massive public space that features art installations, museums, green spaces, and more. Each summer, the park also plays host to the U.S. Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Meadow Lake at the park's center is the largest fishable body of freshwater in New York City at 95 acres, and it connects to the 45-acre Willow Lake as well.
For those who love to shop, Queens has no shortage of options. For luxury brands and high-end retailers, head to the Americana Manhasset on Long Island. This outdoor shopping center is home to brands like Ralph Lauren, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton. Or, for an indoor shopping experience with a bustling atmosphere, check out the Queens Center Mall in Elmhurst. That said, there are quite a number of commercial areas in Queens, so take a look around and find your favorite!
Food lovers will also find plenty to enjoy in Queens. The Queens Night Market is a massive outdoor seasonal market featuring live entertainment and up to 100 vendors selling food, art, and more. For those who prefer a sit-down meal, Queens has a plethora of excellent restaurants, ranging from Michelin-starred establishments to more casual cafes and diners with a dazzling array of international cuisine.
Queens offers numerous world-renowned cultural institutions, including the Museum of the Moving Image, the Queens Museum, and MoMA PS1.
Queens Local Highlights
- Citi Field is home to the New York Mets baseball team. The stadium holds almost 42,000 people when at full capacity.
- Flushing Meadows Corona Park includes quite a number of attractions, including Queens Museum, Queens Theatre, Queens Zoo, the New York Hall of Science, and Fantasy Forest Amusement Park.
- Ample access to buses and subways provides short commutes to Downtown Manhattan and Upper Manhattan, making it easy to find a job in NYC while living in Queens.
Queens School Information
The New York City Public Schools district is further divided into 32 districts, with each district being subdivided into zones. In addition, around 57 schools designed for students with disabilities comprise District 75.
Queens County is served by NYC Geographic Districts #24–30. All told, there are around 280 public schools in Queens serving over 246,000 students. Queens has around two dozen charter schools.
When it comes to private schooling options, Queens has around 190 private schools serving almost 50,000 students, spanning all grade levels and a number of religious and non-religious affiliations.
Higher education options in Queens include a number of local colleges and universities, such as CUNY Queens College, Queensborough Community College, and St. John's University.
With its incredible variety of homes, attractions, and things to do, Queens is a great place to call home.
Queens NY Real Estate Agents
Interested in buying a home in Queens? Let our Queens real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Queens property. As local real estate agents, we have insider knowledge on the dynamics unique to Queens, New York, real estate.
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