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Check out these 5 apartments that just hit the market in Queens!
Check out these 5 apartments that just hit the market in Queens!

Winter seems to have returned to our borough, but that shouldn’t stop your hunt for the perfect home. We’ve picked out a few listings this week that you’re going to want to see for yourself.

“But wait, I have a pet,” you ask. “Some places are real sticklers about having pets. Can I even look at these apartments?” Good news pet-owners — all of these listings are 100 percent pet friendly (except for one, which is only cat friendly).

Check out some of the latest additions to the condo, co-op and apartment market in Queens, courtesy of our partners at Brownstoner.

112-02 Northern Blvd., Apartment PHG, Corona

$688,000

Offered by Nest Seekers

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Are you envious of those whose apartments just ooze extravagance? We get it. However, you too can live the live of luxury without breaking the bank in this gorgeous condo in Corona. This condo is a part of The Sage House Condominiums, which sits on a corner lot facing the Flushing Marina Waterfront, offering spectacular rooftop views. The apartment features two bedrooms, two white marble bathrooms, a custom kitchen with ice white quartz counter tops and stainless steel appliances, bamboo floors and zebra wood vanities, with access to a state of the art fitness center, playroom, and underground parking. Add in the fact that the condo is nearby attractions such as Citi Field, Kissena Park and Main Street Shopping, this could be the home of your dreams.

80-35 Springfield Blvd., Apartment 4R, Oakland Gardens

$369,995

Offered by Coldwell Banker Reliable Real Estate

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Spacious, well-kept and cat-friendly, this co-op is a must see. This home features two bedrooms, one bathroom, preserved hardwood floors throughout, tons of storage space, a galley kitchen with a dishwasher, bright southeastern exposures in both bedrooms and a window that will light up every room. This co-op is a part of Cambridge Hall, which offers its residents individual parking spots, laundry on-site, storage units for $40 per month and an in-ground pool. It’s also near the express buses to Manhattan and major highways, giving you ample access to the rest of the city.

83-10 35th Ave., Apartment 6S, Jackson Heights

$685,000

Offered by Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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Located in the heart of the Jackson Heights Historic District, this home is definitely worth checking out. The pet-friendly apartment features two bedrooms, one bathroom, a music rehearsal space, large closets throughout, a huge eat-in kitchen, and gorgeous hardwood floors. Since you’ll be in Jackson Heights, you’ll be surrounded by a variety of ethnic food to choose from on those nights when you don’t feel like cooking. Plus, you’re only a train ride away from Manhattan via the 7, E & F trains that are nearby.

21-16 35th St., Apartment 2H, Long Island City

$525,000

Offered by Citi Habitats

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This “condop” boasts being the most spacious unit in the building. This home is pet-friendly and features three bedrooms, one bathroom, central laundry for the building and a garden to hang in. Being one flight up, you’ll have a nice view of the neighborhood from inside the apartment. Not a fan of the interior? No worries – you can renovate this space as much as you want to.

110-20 71st Ave., Forest Hills

$289,000

Offered by Universal Realty Group

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If you’re looking to settle down in your first home, this Forest Hills co-op is a great place to start. This pet-friendly co-op features one bedroom, one bathroom, hardwood floors throughout, separate kitchen and full windowed bathroom. Add in the garage for your car and you’ll be completely set. You can’t go wrong with it’s location – the co-op sits nearby trains, the Austin Street shops, movie theatres, the LIRR, restaurants and more.

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