40-22 61st Street #1I$923,100
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40-22 61st Street #1I
Condo in Woodside •  building info
Sponsor Unit • 2bd • 1ba • 745ft² $1,239 per ft²
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List Price

$923,100

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Key Details
Days on market
71
Last price change
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Estimated payment
$6,957
Taxes
$946
Monthly common charges
$623
Description
Woodside Condominium, nestled in the heart of Woodside, presents elegant one and two-bedroom residences featuring unmatched amenities. Here, residents can relish the convenience of on-site parking, a fully equipped Technogym, a recreation room, and private rooftop gardens. Each unit boasts meticulously designed interiors, including kitchens featuring paneled detailing, luxurious Porcelanosa tiles, Bosch appliances, smart devices, and an in-unit washer and dryer for ultimate convenience. Comes with Terraces 762 S.F. . Situated just steps away from seamless access to the 7 Trains, LIRR, and Airport Bus, Arcadia Woodside Condo offers a luxurious lifestyle within a vibrant and well-connected community.

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Important Stuff
Doorman
Elevator
Pets allowed
Listing Amenities
Patio
Garden View
Building Amenities
Gym
Bike Room
Smoke-free
Cold Storage
Package Room
Fios Available
Garage Parking
Parking Available
Community Recreation Facility
Outdoor Space
Terrace
Roof Deck
Building info

History
What it'll cost
Purchase price
$923,000
Asking Price: $923,100
Term
30 Years
Down Payment
$92,000 (10%)
Min: 10% (92,000)
Rate
6.75 %
Mortgage Amount
$830,790
Mortgage Payment
$5,388
Common Charges
$623
Taxes
$946
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Estimated closing cost
$28,000
Total monthly cost $6,957
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Listing Courtesy of Chase Global Realty Corp

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