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Long Island City condo comes with 30K credit — see it at an open house this Saturday

The lure of The Decker, an eight-story condo building at 21-10 44th Dr. in Long Island City, has sold 75 percent of its units.

For starters, there’s the convenience of the 7 train — and then there’s the $30,000 incentive credit to whoever buys unit 6C.

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With 1,310 square feet, and an additional 166 square feet of outdoor space, the three-bedroom, two-bath unit includes a dedicated Daikin HVAC system for individual heating and cooling, and four-inch-wide oak flooring.

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The kitchen pairs Miton Cucine Italian cabinetry with Bosch appliances. Bathrooms are outfitted with Grohe and Kohler shower fixtures, along with Kohler toilets, sinks and bathtubs.

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One feature that’s gone over big with buyers is the storage units — tall cages for suitcases and skis — that are included in the price. “A $25,000 value,” said Mary Beth McGill, licensed sales person at Modern Spaces. Separate bike storage can be purchased for $1,000.

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The building has plenty of options if you wish to lay low. There’s a lounge with a recreation room, pool table, and fitness center. The shared outdoor space has barbecue grills, greenery and lounge furniture. The Manhattan views never seem to get old — neither does a virtual doorman.

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Long Island City’s Court Square surrounds The Decker, with shopping and dining. Stop by MoMA PS1 or stroll through Gantry Plaza State Park. You can even fish from its piers.

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There are playgrounds and running paths too. Nearby are Michelin-rated restaurants Casa Enrique and M. Wells Steakhouse.

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Listed by Mary Beth McGill and Carlos Simoes of Modern Spaces, the home is asking $1.585 million. A credit of $30,000 goes to the buyer who signs before April 30. Common charges are $874 and taxes are $1,196 a month.

Want to kick the tires? There’s an open house this Saturday, April 14 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

For more information, visit the the website.

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