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This Bucolic Hunters Point Townhouse Just Sold For $2.15M

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A Hunters Point brownstone was just snatched off the market for $2.15 million—$500,000 more than the initial August 2013 ask—making it the second most costly townhouse sale in the neighborhood's history, Queens Brownstoner reports. The home, on "the third most beautiful block in New York City" according to Time Out, is currently configured as two duplex units, and features much of the 1881 structure's original detailing, including exposed beams and brick. The home sits on a 20-foot-wide, 100-foot-deep lot which allows for a gracious, grassy landscaped garden complete with fruit-bearing cherry tree. How sweet is that?

The home is situated on a landmarked stretch of block surrounded by similar 1880's structures.
· Landmarked Townhouse in Hunters Point Sells For Over $2M [Q'Stoner]
· Listing: 21-33 45th Avenue [Warburg]