Photos courtesy of NY Space Finders
An Astoria home was sold for a record-breaking $2 million this month.

A two-family house was sold for $2 million, a record price for the area, according to NY Space Finders.

The house, located at 48-07 21st Ave., was sold on Feb. 1 by real estate broker Luca DiCiero at a markedly higher price than other Astoria homes in the last three years.

“This was a unique house, tailor-made for an owner occupier and is not your typical two-family house. I think this is only [the] beginning of the high-end Astoria market,” DiCiero said. “I started with luxury apartments and now townhouses are what’s popular. I was born and raised in the Astoria and I’m always excited for what’s to come.”

On average, other one-, two- and three-family homes in the area have been sold for about $1,200,000. Previously, the largest sale of a two-family home in Astoria was made for $1,359,000, according to the real estate firm.

The two-family luxury home includes a ground floor and basement with amenities such as a home theater with a 110-inch television screen, a custom bar and pool table and laundry room. The second floor houses three bedrooms, two bathrooms and access to the front patio.

The house is also equipped with a free-standing Jacuzzi, a chef’s eat-in kitchen with an island breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances and a touchscreen security system.



Join The Discussion

Popular Stories
'Landmark' seafood restaurant London Lennie's in Rego Park listed for sale with 'development' potential
St. John's University in Jamaica graduates largest class in three decades
Probe continues after a decomposed body washes up on the shores of Whitestone

Skip to toolbar