Here's a look at three homes that sold in and near Queens in April – QNS.com

Here’s a look at three homes that sold in and near Queens in April

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The sun is finally shining and the weather is heating up – and so is the real estate market.

Now that we’re in the thick of spring, many people will be going out and looking at new homes to rent or buy. If you’re looking to buy, it’s time to act because homes are selling quickly. Take a look at some of the homes in and near Queens that sold in April.

This Bayside co-op was sold last month for $245,000. Located at 209-25 18th Ave., this unit is a perfect starter home.

The one bedroom, one bathroom co-op features an updated kitchen with granite floors and countertops, hardwood floors in the living room and bedroom, and custom-built closets. The co-op building is just minutes from major highways and bus stops, giving you plenty of access to the the rest of the borough.

209-25 18 ave 3J bayside

Over in Jamaica, a colonial that is a great home for someone looking for their next project sold for $407,000.

Located at 100-16 203rd St., the 4 bedroom, two bathroom home is in need of renovations, but this gives the new homeowners the opportunity to give the house their own personal touch. Other features include a kitchen, dining room, a spacious backyard and hot water heating.

Over the border of Queens into Nassau County, an expanded cape in Merrick, located at 1394 Maeder Ave., sold for $567,500.

The four bedroom, two bathroom home features a detached garage, an eat-in kitchen, living room, dining room and storage in the attic. The new owners can make great us of the outdoor deck and fenced-in yard to host friends and family this summer.

Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty consists of a team of exceptional sales associates and staff united through shared ideals of professionalism. Experienced and committed to diligence, discretion and personal attention, all are well versed in Daniel Gale’s philosophy of caring service, and all strictly adhere to the company’s code of ethics with genuine knowledge of the local communities, as well as unequaled skills in the arts of marketing and negotiation.

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