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The unit is approx. 650S sq ft with hardwood floors, large closets and windows.
There is laundry and storage in the building and off street parking available
The grounds features beautiful private landscaped gardens and seating areas, playground, library, bike storage. all included in the low maintenance of 510.67.
Only 2 blocks to the R/M trains. Near supermarkets, schools and restaurants.
Call 917-299-8447 for more info.
Woodside -Astoria Boarder:Settled by farmers in the early 18th Century, Woodside was first developed on a large scale beginning in 1867 by speculative residential neighborhood builder Benjamin W. Hitchcock, who also founded Corona and Ozone Park, and John Andrew Kelly. The neighborhood's location about three miles from Hunter's Point on the Long Island Railroad line made it an ideal location for a new suburban community. In 1874, the New York Times described Woodside:
...At Woodside there are now 100 houses erected, chiefly of the villa-cottage order, and thirty trains daily stop at the station, making it, via the Hunter's Point and James Slip Ferry, less than forty-five minutes from the lower part of the city. Woodside is located on sloping ground, having a good elevation, and pleasing, though not very diversified scenery. There is an abundance of good fruit trees in the vicinity.A few weeks after exploring the southern reaches of Woodside on ForgottenTour 40, the Newtown Historical Society and FNY turned north and dissected historical territory on Tour 42 (there was an intermission in Bushwick on Tour 41). Woodside, a bustling community centered at Roosevelt Avenue and 61st Street, was originally a part of Newtown, a larger colonial village. It was largely a woodsy swamp until the mid-1860s, when developer Benjamin Hitchcock purchased the John Kelly farm and divided it into building lots located along today?s Woodside Avenue. Kelly, an early settler, was part owner of a Brooklyn newspaper and sent it dispatches from his home in the ?sticks? that he called ?Letters from Woodside.? Today in Woodside you are just as likely to exit an Irish bar and enter an Indian restaurant as you are to walk out of a bodega and pass a remnant of the colonial era.
- Built in 1930
- Heating: Other
- Parking: On street
- Cable Ready
- Ceiling Fan
- Controlled Access
- Double Pane/Storm Windows
- Flooring: Hardwood
- Jetted Tub
- Sprinkler System
- Unfinished basement
- View: Park
- Garbage disposal
- Range / Oven
- Breakfast nook
- Dining room
- Exterior material: Brick
- # Stories: 6.0
- Heating: Oil
- Last remodel year: 2012
- Unit floor #: 6
- Zillow Home ID: 2113236075
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Market guideZillow predicts Woodside home values will rise 0.1% next year, compared to a 3.4% rise for New York as a whole.
Foreclosures will be a factor impacting home values in the next several years. In Woodside, the number of foreclosures waiting to be sold is 152.5% higher than in New York, and 39.9% lower than the national average. This higher local number may prevent Woodside home values from rising as quickly as other regions in New York.
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