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$1,369,493
List price: $1,388,000
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30 Beverly Drive
House in Albertson •  building info
6bd • 4ba • 2,354ft² $590 per ft²
Buy with Yoreevo

$1,369,493

List price

$1,388,000

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Leon Goldfeld
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Days on market
7
Last price change
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Estimated payment
$9,085
Taxes
$1,595
Monthly maintenance
N/A
Description
This is a rare and sought-after opportunity to secure a two-family home on double lot within the desirable Herricks School District.With shops, restaurants and amenities close by, you will enjoy a life of absolute convenience plus you're moments from buses and the Albertson LIRR Station. The primary residence is large and functional with a mother/daughter layout that will suit a variety of house-hunters. Daily life will center around the open-concept kitchen, dining area and living room with a fireplace and direct access to the covered patio. There's a master ensuite loft on the opposite side of two bedrooms and bathroom. The lower unit offers two bedrooms, bathroom and a summer kitchen with tall 10 ft ceilings and a separate entrance enhancing the sense of space. A legal one-bedroom apartment is perched on the second floor with a living area,dining room and kitchen along with an outdoor patio that could be converted into a second bedroom. Large driveway w/parking up to eight vehicles.

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Patio
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Fireplace
Dishwasher
Building Amenities
Parking Available
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What it'll cost
Purchase price
$1,388,000
Asking Price: $1,388,000
Term
30 Years
Down Payment
$138,000 (10%)
Min: 10% (138,000)
Rate
6.0 %
Mortgage Amount
$1,249,200
Mortgage Payment
$7,490
Taxes
$1,595
Estimated Yoreevo rebate
Estimated closing cost
Total monthly cost $9,085
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