Astoria Real Estate and Apartments For Sale
55 Homes and apartments in Astoria
31-85 Crescent Street, Apt 403
30-85 Vernon Boulevard, Apt 4H
60-11 Broadway, Apt 5-B
27-17 Crescent Street, Apt 2C
33-65 14th Street, Apt 10C
21-24 30th Avenue, Apt 2D
25-40 Shore Boulevard, Apt 1-D
25-34 Crescent Street, Apt 6-M
31-85 Crescent Street, Apt 309
23-43 31st Road, Apt 3-F
26-20 21st Street, Apt 101
23-11 21st Avenue, Apt LOFT-2FL
19-19 24th Avenue, Apt R207
19-19 24th Avenue, Apt R315
21-20 33rd Road, Apt 15-A
21-55 34th Avenue, Apt 3-A
21-25 78th Street, Apt 2
30-85 Vernon Boulevard, Apt 6K
31-85 Crescent Street, Apt 401
21-85 34th Avenue, Apt 7-C
12-14 31st Avenue, Apt ONE
28-18 Astoria Boulevard, Apt 702
33-68 21st Street, Apt 7-B
19-19 24th Avenue, Apt L209
33-43 14th Street, Apt 5-B
24-75 38th Street, Apt A10
23-43 31st Road, Apt 2-C
21-47 33rd Street, Apt 1F
24-51 38th Street, Apt C4-D4
25-69 38th Street, Apt 2-F
Astoria Real Estate info
Astoria is the perfect neighborhood for buyers looking to purchase a home in a quiet, family-friendly, corner of New York City. This traditional neighborhood features a thriving real estate market with numerous homes and apartments for sale, all of which are only a short subway ride from Manhattan. Shop opulent housing for some of the most attractive purchase prices in the city! Due to the unique history of Astoria, the district is characterized by a relatively flat landscape comprised of many single-family homes as well as a handful of brownstones and rowhouses. Over the past few years, some residential high-rise condos have been developed, bringing new options to the real estate market. Compared to other neighborhoods, Astoria in Queens has a relatively affordable real estate market with a reasonable purchase price of around $625 per square foot. For people seeking to purchase a residential property in Queens, Astoria is a beautiful neighborhood to consider.
Safely nestled between Woodside, Ditmars-Steinway, and the East River, Astoria features tree-lined, residential streets with touches of old-style New York. Lampposts and fire escapes add a nostalgic feeling to this old-fashioned neighborhood. For most of the 20th century, Astoria has been known as a residential melting pot, with a vibrant immigrant community from diverse backgrounds. The area has many charming mom-and-pop businesses and restaurants for residents that want to shop locally. For an energetic afternoon, residents can visit Astoria Park and utilize the tennis courts, track, and the largest pool in the city! For an attraction for both locals and residents, Hells Gate Bridge offers an incredible view before returning home to your Astoria residence. Astoria offers homebuyers the best of Queens with its incredible landmarks, a booming, yet affordable real estate market and beautiful homes available for purchase!
Astoria Real Estate Sales Trends
The median sale price for an apartment in Astoria is $646,233.
Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $360,000.
One-bedroom apartments sell at an average price of $563,366.
Two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $731,913.
Astoria Penthouses for sale
There are currently no penthouses for sale in the Astoria of Queens.
Astoria Condos for Sale
There are currently 22 condos available for sale in Astoria. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $325,000 to $1,428,000.
Astoria Co-op apartments for Sale
There are currently 37 co-ops available for sale in Astoria. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $200,000 to $1,450,000.
Townhouses and Brownstones for Sale in Astoria
There are currently no townhouses and brownstones for sale in this neighborhood.