Property Information 61-26 Mount Olivet Crescent 1
- Zip Code11379
- Total Rooms12
- Sq. Ft.4, 610
- Interior Features
- Year Built1931
- Estimated Taxes$271
- Maintenance or Common Charges$1
- Monthly Taxes$0
- Building FeaturesLaundry Room, Garden
Two family home currently configured as three separate floor-through units in great, move-in ready condition. City views of Manhattan skyline! Quiet, tree-lined street with open views. Only twelve minutes to the M train at Middle Village Metropolitan Ave. Shops are right around the corner, while still being solidly in the middle of a great residential neighborhood.
This is a wide 20 foot lot and 20 foot wide home in great condition! Walk in and fall in love with your massive, over 4,000 sq ft home that is great as an investment property or for an end-user looking to own an entire, massive, over-4,000 sq ft home for the cost of a Manhattan 1 bed apartment, plus rental income from the garden rental unit! Could be easily reconfigured as a masterful upper owner's duplex with rental garden unit. Complete with your own private garage parking! Small private backyard and front patio as well.
School district 24. Note the very low taxes. Solid 1931 construction. Price per foot is below neighborhood average. Priced to sell. Bring all offers!
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Listing courtesy of: Michael Bethoney, Compass