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.

 

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