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110-19 179th Street

Sayres Avenue and 110th Avenue
House
$400,000

This home has been sold

Essentials
Price $400,000
Type House
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1.5
Rooms 7
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,224
Key Features
Garden
Central Air
Dining Room
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
New Windows
Security System
Storage Space
Walk-In Closets
Washer/Dryer

Classic. Classy. Cozy. Home.
Whatever you want, need or desire 110-19 179th will give it to you. This semi-detached, 1,224 square foot, 3-bedroom house is a true home—a 60’s classic. A mighty brick house, if you will, this home was built in the era when St. Albans, Queens was the destination for the greats like Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, John Coltrane and Lena Horne, James Brown and now it’s the perfect destination for you. This home is a class act, it’s the kind of home that can boast something that very few homes can—it’s only had one owner, ever. And with well-proportioned rooms paired with beautiful hardwood floors, it’s not hard to imagine why. The eat-in kitchen is a beauty with a cozy charm and enough space to prepare a feast. And after your feast is devoured in the bright, beautiful dining room, you can retire to the finished basement, which can easily be converted to a media room, or the sunny backyard, with more than enough space for a backyard boogie. 110-19 179th isn’t just a house, it’s a home that keeps on giving. True homes are timeless and this where you can make memories that lasts a lifetime.

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Queens
The largest borough of New York City, Queens has something for everyone.
There are Queens high-rises with terrific views of Manhattan, gorgeous Queens apartments with prewar detailing, Queens houses that are large, suburban-style single-family houses, waterfront mansions, and even one of the city’s two private parks. Second in population only to Brooklyn, this vibrant area has great transportation access, with subway lines in Queens reaching out as far as Jamaica, Flushing, and the Rockaways. Jamaica also serves as a hub for the Long Island Rail Road, which has stops in Kew Gardens and Forest Hills as well as many areas of Eastern Queens. If you’re looking for Queens real estate, different neighborhoods have different attractions.
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110-19 179th Street
Details
Postwar
Built in 1960
2 floors
1 units
Amenities

This home has been sold

110-19 179th Street
Sayres Avenue and 110th Avenue
House
Essentials
Price $400,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $3
$Queens
% down $House
Type House
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1.5
Rooms 7
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,224

Classic. Classy. Cozy. Home.
Whatever you want, need or desire 110-19 179th will give it to you. This semi-detached, 1,224 square foot, 3-bedroom house is a true home—a 60’s classic. A mighty brick house, if you will, this home was built in the era when St. Albans, Queens was the destination for the greats like Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, John Coltrane and Lena Horne, James Brown and now it’s the perfect destination for you. This home is a class act, it’s the kind of home that can boast something that very few homes can—it’s only had one owner, ever. And with well-proportioned rooms paired with beautiful hardwood floors, it’s not hard to imagine why. The eat-in kitchen is a beauty with a cozy charm and enough space to prepare a feast. And after your feast is devoured in the bright, beautiful dining room, you can retire to the finished basement, which can easily be converted to a media room, or the sunny backyard, with more than enough space for a backyard boogie. 110-19 179th isn’t just a house, it’s a home that keeps on giving. True homes are timeless and this where you can make memories that lasts a lifetime.

Garden
Central Air
Dining Room
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
New Windows
Security System
Storage Space
Walk-In Closets
Washer/Dryer
Queens
The largest borough of New York City, Queens has something for everyone.
There are Queens high-rises with terrific views of Manhattan, gorgeous Queens apartments with prewar detailing, Queens houses that are large, suburban-style single-family houses, waterfront mansions, and even one of the city’s two private parks. Second in population only to Brooklyn, this vibrant area has great transportation access, with subway lines in Queens reaching out as far as Jamaica, Flushing, and the Rockaways. Jamaica also serves as a hub for the Long Island Rail Road, which has stops in Kew Gardens and Forest Hills as well as many areas of Eastern Queens. If you’re looking for Queens real estate, different neighborhoods have different attractions.
Explore Queens
110-19 179th Street
Details
Postwar
Built in 1960
2 floors
1 units
Amenities