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Sold! Middle Village Colonial for $535K

What else has moved in the area this week?

It's time again for Sold! your look at what's happening in the Forest Hills real estate market. Check out some of the homes that have moved in the area recently.

67-114 Clyde St. Forest Hills

This three-bedroom townhouse sold on July 20 for $580,000. It features an eat-in kitchen and a formal dining room.

It was built in 1940 and is located in school district 28. There are two full bathrooms and one half bathroom, wall-to-wall carpet and a full finished basement.

There is also a back deck.

For more information, go to www.mlsli.com.

83-31 63rd Ave. Middle Village

This three-bedroom attached colonial in Middle Village sold on Aug. 1 for $535,000. It has two full bathrooms and is located in school district 24, and is spread over 1,408 square feet. 

The home was built in 1935. It has an eat-in kitchen, a combination den and family room. There is a washer and dryer as well as a dishwasher and wood floors.

For more information, go to www.mlsli.com.

JIM TURANO November 26, 2012 at 01:41 PM
SOLD! NOV.26TH, 2012 UPDATE*MIDDLE VILLAGE* 1 FAMILY DETACHED BRICK HOME, WITH THREE BEDROOMS, 2BATHROOMS, PRIVATE DRIVEWAY, AND ONE CAR GARAGE. Interior square footage, 1,710 and lot size total 4,900. Sold for $625k. The old neighborhood, will experience a refreshing come back from former residents who moved out of the area, after Hurricane Sandy, and will be moving back into the Community once again. Low Taxes, Low Insurance premiums, More Convenience, Closer to Relatives, and within 1 year the House Prices will begin an upward spiral. The sentiment by many in the devastated areas that I spoke to.

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