- size (sq/ft)754
Contemporary and efficient, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom shared apartment in Astoria is a rare find at this price. A couples-friendly apartment located in one of the best neighborhoods in Queens, this 754-square-foot unit features gorgeous hardwood floors, electric heating, a private rear balcony, and a newly remodeled bathroom with beautifully tiled walls and a new sink. Two large bedrooms offer plenty of space for queen-size beds and additional furniture, such as nightstands, dressers, and desks. The master bedroom has a closet, while the second bedroom includes access to the private balcony. The kitchen comes equipped with full-size appliances, stainless steel countertops, and lots of cabinet space for storage. An eat-in living area provides ample room for a dining table with two chairs, a sofa, a coffee table, and a TV stand. The tile-floor bathroom includes a walk-in shower and bathtub combination.
A laid-back, multicultural neighborhood located in the northwest section of Queens, Astoria is known for its variety of ethnic restaurants and is home to some of the best Greek food in New York City. Originally referred to as Hallet's Cove, this charming neighborhood gets its name from German-American businessman John Jacob Astor, who at one point was the wealthiest man in the United States. Small businesses and low-rise apartments dominate the landscape here in Astoria, where the streets are always friendly to pedestrians and bicyclists. Once considered a Mecca for silent film production in the early 1900s, Astoria has a long-running reputation as being a residential neighborhood for New York City's most affluent citizens. Steinway Street is Astoria's largest commercial thoroughfare, along which you will find everything you need. For anything else, head to Broadway, where the selection of restaurants and bars is impressive. Affordable housing prices attract a wide range of residents, from college students attending nearby LaGuardia Community College to professionals that commute across the East River into Midtown Manhattan for work. For a history lesson on this neighborhood's roots in the film industry, be sure to check out the Museum of the Moving Image.
Located on the third floor of a three-story brick apartment building not far from Hallett's Cove Beach, this Astoria apartment is an ideal home for renters who don't mind walking or riding a bicycle. A thirteen-minute walk down 30th Avenue will get you to the nearest subway station for the N Broadway Express, which operates at all times. For those that drive, this smoke-free apartment offers street parking. If you want more space or need a home office, book a tour today and ask about renting this entire apartment. June offers flexible leasing plans for those that are unsure how long they plan to stay in Queens.
This apartment may be furnished or unfurnished at the time of your move-in date....
- Street parking
- 32-inch Flat-Screen TV
- WiFi (Paid)
- Guarantors allowed
- Electric heating
- Hardwood floors
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