Forest Hills Real Estate and Apartments For Sale
40 Apartments for Sale in Forest Hills, NY
100-11 67th Road, Apt 311
109-14 Ascan Avenue, Apt 4N
111-45 76th Avenue, Apt B-65
75-40 Austin Street, Apt 3-EL
110-11 72nd Avenue, Apt 3-F
110-07 73rd Road, Apt 2-C
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 6-F
20 Continental Avenue, Apt 1k
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 5-B
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 6-C
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 5-J
67-71 Yellowstone Boulevard, Apt 2E
109-14 Ascan Avenue, Apt 4P
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 4-D
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 4-E
100-11 67th Road, Apt 405
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 10-C
110-50 71st Road, Apt 9-C
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 5-A
107-02 Queens Boulevard, Apt 5-K
20 Continental Avenue, Apt 3L
108-20 71st Avenue, Apt 6d
108-20 71st Avenue, Apt 12C
110-45 Queens Boulevard, Apt 115
110-45 Queens Boulevard, Apt 117
102-17 64th Road, Apt 4-G
67-66 108th Street, Apt A54
111-15 75th Avenue, Apt 6F
68-44 Burns Street, Apt A3
76-01 113th Street, Apt 2-B
Forest Hills Real Estate info
Forest Hills is a tranquil and verdant neighborhood that is located in the heart of Queens. The area is primarily residential and has been highly desirable for years, with increased demand from buyers driving up prices on apartments and houses for sale. The total area of the district is about 2.6 square miles, and more than 83 thousand people call Forest Hills their home.
The neighborhood is the perfect place for homebuyers who want to live a suburban life but still remain close to the city. Forest Hills is quiet enough for families with children, which is why people often move here to start a family and raise their kids. This neighborhood is situated a 30-minute subway ride from midtown Manhattan, so if you buy a home here and need to commute, that won’t be a problem.
Forest Hills also has many parks where homeowners can enjoy a great time with their families. Forest Park is a popular place that provides biking and hiking opportunities, athletic fields, horse trails, and a golf course. Flushing Meadows Corona Park is another excellent place to spend the weekend.
Forest Hills is divided by two main thoroughfares – Queens Boulevard and Austin Street. Queens Boulevard is a busy street while Austin Street is known to be more pedestrian-friendly, where you can find a wide variety of restaurants, shops, and bars. The area around Queens Boulevard has many apartment complexes and small single-family, and multi-family homes for sale.
Forest Hills Gardens is a lovely part of the neighborhood that was built as a planned garden city. The real estate in Forest Hills Gardens is a truly unique and the picturesque district that is full of winding, tree-lined streets with single-family Tudor-style houses, many of which sell for millions of dollars. Buying a home in Forest Hills Gardens is a dream for come true for many.
There are a lot of iconic buildings located in Forest Hills, and residents are proud of the area's unique architecture. The Forest Hills Post Office is one such building. It was completed in 1937 and has a simple, but at the same time, striking design. Lorimer Rich was the architect who designed the post office building. There is also a large terra cotta relief sculpture on the building, which was created by Sten Jacobson, a Swedish-American sculptor.
Forest Hills Apartments for Sale Prices
Apartments for sale in Forest Hills, Queens are listed for a median price of $682,326.
Forest Hills studios for sale are available to buy for an average price of $435,571.
Forest Hills one-bedroom apartments for sale are asking a media price of $540,666.
Forest Hills two-bedroom apartments for sale priced at an average of $877,571.
Penthouse Apartments for Sale in Forest Hills, Queens
There are currently no penthouses for sale in the Forest Hills of Queens.