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Douglaston made the list of top 50 priciest neighborhoods for the third quarter of 2017.

Though Manhattan and Brooklyn dominate PropertyShark‘s list of top 50 priciest neighborhoods the “World’s Borough’s” increasingly expensive housing market has led to nine neighborhoods making the list.

Queens doesn’t show up until more than halfway through the list but all nine neighborhoods saw median sales prices increase since last year, according to the report.

At number 27, Belle Harbor is the most expensive neighborhood in the third quarter of 2017. The median sales price for single-family homes, condos and co-ops is $1,072,500. This represents a 27 percent increase since the same time last year.

The Hunters Point section of Long Island City is ranked 32nd with a median sales price of $967,203, which represents a 3 percent increase since last year.

The Ditmars-Steinway section of Astoria saw a 10 percent increase in median sales price since last year. The median sales price for homes in the area is $879,000.

Ranking 43 and 44 Queensboro Hill and Auburndale saw a 6 percent increase and 9 percent increase in median sales price since last year. Purchasing a home in these neighborhoods will set you back $868,000 and $850,000.

East Flushing (46), Jamaica Estates (47) and Fresh Meadows (48) also made the list with median sales prices topping $800,000.

Douglaston was last on the list but saw a whopping 45 percent increase in median sales price since last year. The median sales price of single-family homes, condos and co-ops is $770,000.

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