A recent StreetEasy study found that Forest Hills is one of the top neighborhoods for first-time buyers in NYC due to its affordability, and a newly-listed property in the neighborhood proves it. A charming, renovated co-op in the neighborhood just hit the market, asking $399,000.
The 1,000-square-foot co-op has one bedroom, one bathroom, a home office area, and original hardware floors. The listing describes the corner bedroom as a “calm oasis away from city living.” Interior details include imported Porcelanosa Carrara Blanco tiles in its bathroom.
It’s located at 111-15 75th Avenue, a six-story building that’s a block away from the E and F 75th Street subway station and a short walk to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. Good restaurants abound in the area—which is emerging as a new destination for Chinese food, according to the New York Times—including Xin Taste Hand Pulled Noodle and Pink Forest.
The maintenance fee for the property will be $782/month. Michael Angelo Camacho of Douglas Elliman has the listing.