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Photo via Brownstoner/Modern Spaces
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This McMansion on 6th Avenue in Whitestone is now up for sale.

One of the latest Whitestone homes to hit the real estate market has plenty of charm and everything a modern family could possibly want in a home.

Modern Spaces is offering the all-brick house with nearly 2,000 square feet of living space located at 149-39 6th Ave. According to PropertyShark, the three-bedroom home was altered from a one-story dwelling, with a second story and a rear extension added.

The home, which sits on a 40 foot by 100 foot lot, has an “open concept” with a “true gourmet kitchen” featuring granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar, as noted in a listing that Modern Spaces posted to our sister site, Brownstoner. The first floor also features a formal dining area, a spacious living room and a family room.


Moving up to the second floor, you’ll find two bedrooms, two full baths and an attic with “ample storage space.” There’s also a master suite with a walk-in closet and sliding doors that lead out to a private balcony.


Even the finished basement, which has a separate laundry room, has a bit of luxury to it, as it’s lined with granite floors.

The backyard has an “expansive” patio that’s an ideal place to relax on a spring morning or hold a July 4 barbecue with family and friends.

The property is a short walk from shops along 150th Street and Francis Lewis Park; it’s also a short drive to the nearby Whitestone Bridge.


Modern Spaces is selling the home for $1,375,000. Click here to see the full listing.

Editor’s note: The preceding article was based on a listing chosen at random from Brownstoner’s online classified for Queens



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