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Homes for sale in Queens and Manhattan

QUEENS | 10 support place, No. 5A

A two-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1,700-square-foot pre-war apartment with a living room featuring 14-foot ceilings, a formal dining room with French doors, a windowed open-plan kitchen with a dishwasher, a master suite, a foyer-sitting area, casement windows, and inlaid hardwood floors on the top floor of an elevator building that has a part-time doorman and laundry room in the basement. Denise Figliolia, Sotheby’s International Realty, 917-747-7525;


$2,818 per month


The house feels spacious at every turn, especially in the living room, which is around 400 square feet, larger than some New York studios.


Buyers who expect apartment buildings to come with amenities might be disappointed. There is no gym, for example.

MANHATTAN | 133 West 28th Street, #3B

A 900 square foot loft-style pre-war apartment, with a bedroom separated by a partial wall, open floor plan, open kitchen, windowless bathroom, washer and dryer, walls exposed brick and original hardwood floors on the third floor of a walk-up building in the flower district. Meagan Buckley, Brown Harris Stevens, 410-279-3336;


$2,155 per month


Buyers looking to renovate may appreciate the blank slate possibilities of this somewhat raw space, with south-facing windows.

The inconvenients

Flower deliveries make a noisy block.

MANHATTAN | 140 Fifth Avenue, No. 5A

MANHATTAN 140 Fifth Avenue, No. 5A

A one-bedroom, one-bathroom, 900-square-foot pre-war apartment with a combined living and dining room, open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, a master bedroom that has two walls lined with fitted wardrobes, a secondary sleeping area with built-in shelving and a pocket door and 11-foot ceilings in a doorman-less Beaux-Arts elevator building at West 19th Street. Kristi Ambrosetti, Sotheby’s International Realty, 917-763-8504;


$1,896 per month


The house’s huge windows allow views of architecturally interesting buildings and a vibrant streetscape.

The inconvenients

The sleeping area is too small to be a legal bedroom – in fact, a twin bed barely fits in there now – although the space could be converted into a den or home office.

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