6929 218TH St Unit 2, Flushing, NY 11364

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Auction
$175,000 Estimated Value
Off Market
2 Beds
1 Baths
Built In 1951
 
Listing ID 11076705
Property Type Coop
County Queens
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Unit Unit 2
Unit 2
Year Built 1951
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Co-op in Bell Park Gardens, unit offering 700 SF with 2 Bedrooms, 1 bath. Second floor unit with additional attic space. Bell Park Gardens is well-maintained and convenient to all amenities. Street parking. Co-op will not allow Investor purchasers, only owner occupants, primary residence. ***Please note, Property is occupied and will not be available for inspection. Please do not disturb occupants.***. 2BR 1BA 700+/- sf co-op. Built in 1951. HOA: Bell Park Gardens. HOA. Cooperating Broker/Buyer's Agent commission: 3% (min $1000)
Auction Details
  • Online Only Auction
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  • Starts: May 16th 2022 9:00am
  • Ends: May 18th 2022 12:15pm
Property Details
  • 2 Total Bedrooms
  • 1 Full Bath
  • 700 SF Lot
  • Built in 1951
  • Unit 2
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Williams & Williams Real Estate Auctions
Office: 800-801-8003
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