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House Hunt! Jewel Ave. Ranch for $1.2 Million

What else is on the market this week?

It's time for House Hunt! your look at the homes that are on the market in your neighborhood this week.

All listings are courtesy www.mlsli.com unless otherwise noted.

113-17 Jewel Ave. Forest Hills

This three-bedroom home is on the market for $1.2 million. It was built in 1955 and features a formal dining room and a combination den and family room. It has two full and one half bathrooms and is located on a corner lot. 

There is a full finished basement and a two-car garage.

73-44 Austin St. Forest Hills

This co-op apartment on Austin Street is on the market for $365,000. The co-op has two bedrooms, an L-shaped dining room and a parking space that comes with the unit.

The building was built in 1956 and is located in school district 28. 

The co-op has monthly maintenance charges of $658. 

There will be an open house on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

104-03 Union Tpke. Forest Hills

Re-list from last week.

This three bedroom home on Union Turnpike is on the market for $665,000. It has an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors and three large bedrooms.

There is a finished basement and a small garage.

It was built in 1950 and is located in school district 26.

There will be an open house on Sept. 9 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

thomas chin-bow September 09, 2012 at 02:04 PM
it is truly amazing what home owners believe what their homes are worth or at worse by trh real estate/mortgage interest want them to believe. the owner really has to be an optimist to believe that he can find a buyer to purchase his home at the asking price one can very easily finf a newer built home in nassau county and obtain much better value for their money plus knowing that it is younger built home. in 1955 the home depicted could not have cost anywhere near fifty-thousand dollars. in todays pv that would be no more than two-hundred and fifty-thousand dollars. one has to presume that the present owner purchased his house when the real estate market was unrealisticxally booming and now is praying to cash out with some profit. in queens today mother and daughter homes are being built for far less than two hundred dollars a sqare feet, and the finish product is brand new with no physically age olf fifty year old homes. this thought should always be on any purchaser's mind. a home that is 50 years old is a potential continual home repair problem. one final comment. from the photo one sees nexts to nothing as far as any landscaping. one has to believe if the present owner had actually lived in it for any period of time, and if so, whether the ownership of the houise was a real estate spectulation on their part. good luck to them in finfing someone. to that someone "caveat emptor."

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