ANOTHER RECORD SALE IN FOREST HILLS GARDENS BY TERRACE SOTHEBY’S INTL REALTY !

 

JUST SOLD!

Congratulations To The Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty Team On Another Significant Sale In Forest Hills Gardens!!   SOLD & CLOSED !

“ELEGANT EMBASSY ROW COLONIAL”

191 Greenway North, Forest Hills Gardens Queens, NYC

Beautifully maintained sun filled Center Hall Colonial on Embassy Row featuring a magnificent, professionally landscape garden, separate 2 car garage with private driveway, in-ground sprinklers, 4 zone heat, 2 zone central air, hardwood floors, and new Pella windows. First floor:  Grand entrance foyer leads to a gracious Living Room with wood burning fireplace featuring a tastefully carved marble mantle. Separate formal Dining Room with beamed tray ceiling and built-in cabinetry opens to a large eat-in Kitchen with custom cabinetry, high end stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.  Sun filled solarium with windows overlooking the garden and door to the patio and expansive bi level garden area. Separate Study/Office with carved wooden beams adorning the ceiling.  Designer Marble and Onyx half bath with hand painted sink. Convenient first floor laundry room with lots of cabinets and storage. Second floor : A generous landing , 4 bedrooms and 2 full Baths. Breathtaking Master suite, a combination of two rooms, with en suite marble Bath. Bathroom has his and hers designer hand painted sinks and high end gold plated fixtures.  The Master Bedroom has its own fireplace adorned with Delft Dutch tiles, a walk-in closet and another large closet with built-ins.  French doors open to an outdoor covered patio. Two other large bedrooms share a hall Bath with a hot tub. There is also another patio off the two bedrooms.  All bedroom closets are cedar lined. Third floor: A spacious room with full Bath, 2 large storage areas and a cedar lined closet perfect for hobby, study, guest or get-away! Basement: The house includes a 1,170 sq. ft. finished basement with custom built-in cabinets, a temperature controlled wine cellar, wet bar, full Bathroom, and storage areas and a separate entrance that leads to rear garden area of the home. The house boasts a huge, unique, beautifully landscaped 2 level garden that is perfect for entertaining.  The fenced-in rear garden displays a large variety of plants and perennial flowers that bloom throughout the Spring and Summer seasons and its layout offers great privacy.  The front perimeter of the home is also professionally landscaped with evergreens and perennials and has 2 brick walkways that were recently replaced. A true gem fit for Royalty!

 

WELCOME TO FOREST HILLS GARDENS FINEST ! Just Sold By Terrace Sotheby’s Intl Realty !

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About 43 Greenway Terrace, Forest Hills Gardens,

As one of the most prestigious and architecturally distinctive homes, this perfectly scaled 7 bedroom, 7 bathroom house is positioned on Greenway Terrace at the entrance to Forest Hills Gardens. This stunning Tudor residence was designed in 1920 by renowned American architect Grosvenor Atterbury. Atterbury is most recognized for designing The Metropolitan Museum’s American Wing, the Parish Art Museum, Main Street Southampton, and the Rockefeller Stone Barns.

This Gardens’ home, with its uncompromised architectural integrity and highest standards of interior décor, conveys the utmost charm and warmth. Sunlit and spacious rooms lend themselves to everyday modern living with substantial space for home office and workout rooms, children’s playroom, wine cellar, and indoor and outdoor entertaining.

Aside from its prominent position along the Terrace, a glance beyond the stone, brick and ivy-covered entryway reveals a masterfully designed example of Atterbury’s well respected style. Design elements include 4 original fireplaces, a Butler’s pantry with beautifully restored cabinetry, expansive second floor landing, rear staircase, original leaded glass pane windows, volume ceilings, decorative copper exterior elements, and tapestry brickwork. The rooms with lovely sunlit views overlook the beautiful community open space along Flagpole Green. The house, with its separate 2 car garage and upper studio space, is situated on an estate sized landscaped property.

An integral part of one of America’s oldest planned communities, the home is perfectly located just minutes from Station Square, neighborhood schools, and the well known West Side Tennis Club, which offers professional grade tennis, pool and dining facilities. It is just a few minutes from public transportation including the LIRR, several express and local subway lines, and is convenient to shopping areas and restaurants. It is approximately 15 minutes by rail to Manhattan, in close proximity to highways and both NYC’s major airports, and nearby to Forest Park with horseback riding, golf, and dedicated biking and running paths.

 

Forest Hills Ice Cream Shop Named Among NYC’s Best !!

Video: This Queens Ice Cream Parlor Will Bring You Back To 1960s NYC -  Gothamist

Critics at Eater NY and Forest Hills locals went searching for the best ice cream shop. Both came back with the same answer in Forest Hills.

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — Last week, as the weather started to turn hot and humid, critics at Eater NY set out to find the best ice cream shops in New York City.

A few days later, neighbors in Forest Hills turned to Facebook asking the same question.

Both came to the same conclusion: Eddie’s Sweet Shop, a beloved ice cream parlor that’s been at 105-29 Metropolitan Avenue since the 1960s, is the best bet for a frozen treat in Forest Hills — and, arguably, the city at large.

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DID YOU KNOW? PETER PARKER AKA SPIDER-MAN LIVED IN FOREST HILLS?

Peter Parker in Forest Hills in 1996.

You all know that Peter Parker is your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. For many years, that neighborhood was officially Forest Hills, Queens.

New York City is one of the key locations used for much of the action in Marvel Comics, serving as the traditional home of the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange, Jessica Jones, and countless other characters. For Spider-Man—everybody’s friendly neighborhood superhero—his home can be found in the heart of Queens. Throughout the comics, Spider-man lives with his Aunt May and Uncle Ben at 20 Ingram Street, a two-story boarding house in Forest Hills Gardens. In real life, 20 Ingram Street is less modest and plain as it is portrayed in the comics, instead fashioned in the style of Edwardian and English garden houses.

 Coincidentally, a real-life Parker family actually lived at 20 Ingram Street. In 1974, Andrew and Suzane Parker along with their two daughters moved into the residence. A few years later in 1989, the family reported that they began receiving junk mail addressed to Peter Parker, after their address was listed as the superhero’s home in the June and July 1989 issues of “The Amazing Spider-Man.” Originally, the character was created by Stan Lee in 1962 as a Forest Hills resident, but his official address was never pinpointed by the comic book legend, instead being added years later by writer David Michelinie.

However, it would not be until the family was told by a reporter from the “Queens Tribune” during the summer of 2001 that they realized how their lives shockingly mirrored that of one of Marvel’s most notable characters. Besides sharing a last name with Peter Parker, they also discovered another intriguing connection to the Spider-man comics. One of Andrew and Suzanne’s longtime neighbors of more than 20 years was Terri Osborne, whose last name was almost identical to that of Spider-Man’s biggest enemy, the Green Goblin, which is the alias of Norman Osborn.

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GUESS WHO WAS NAMED #1 CHOCOLATE SHOP IN NYC BY TIME OUT MAGAZINE!!!!!!!

Stocking Stuffer Box - Aigner Chocolate

Time Out Says

This Forest Hills candy kitchen has been sating the confectionary cravings of Queens residents since 1930. Upon entering the tiny shop, kids are greeted by the scent of wafting cocoa and by helpful staff who guide them through the process of choosing the delights in front of them. Austrian chocolates crafted with rich centers are the shop’s centerpieces, but tots who’d rather save their choco-fixes for a Hershey’s bar can try vibrantly hued marzipan creations instead.

Details

Address:
103-02 Metropolitan Ave
Queens
Cross street:
at 71st Rd
Transport:
Subway: E, F, M, R to Forest Hills–71st Ave
Price:
Average pound of chocolate: $39. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours:
Monday–Wednesday 10am–6pm; Thursday–Saturday 10am–8pm; Sunday 10am–6pm

 

Courtesy of TimeoutNY.com

OPEN HOUSE!! Two Family Townhouse In Forest Hills Queens, NYC

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Open House !! Join Us This Sunday October 3rd 1 -3 PM At This Just Listed “IMMEDIATE FOREST HILLS GARDENS BRICK 2 FAMILY”

* Please Contact Exclusive Listing Agency Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty For More Information Or to Schedule a Viewing (718.268.1045) *

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LET’S TAKE A TOUR

Semi-detached Brick legal two family set in a desirable immediate Forest Hills Gardens location. The first unit is a two Bedroom, one and a half Bath duplex apartment on the first and second floors, with a half Bath and convenient laundry room off the Kitchen. A French door from the Kitchen provides access from the first floor to a lovely private garden and a one car garage. The upper third floor apartment, with windows overlooking Forest Hills Gardens and the tree lined streets below, is a large, sunny one Bedroom with one full Bathroom. The basement, which can be accessed through the rear of the property, is a fully finished space with an

Nas Concert At Forest Hills Stadium Raises Funds To Feed 2.5M New Yorkers

Forest Hills Stadium: Queens Music Mecca - Long Island Weekly

FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — Grammy Award winning hip hop artist Nas was awarded a key to his home borough of Queens and a day in his honor after performing a benefit concert in Forest Hills.

Nas took to the Forest Hills Stadium stage last Thursday night in front of a rain-soaked audience — who didn’t let the weather prevent them from showing up to his “Concert to Feed NYC” benefiting City Harvest, the city’s largest food rescue organization.

The event tickets raised enough money for City Harvest to feed more than 2.5 million New Yorkers a day’s worth of food, which the organization said is particularly impactful as millions of people in the city struggle to put food on their tables amid the pandemic.

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JUST LISTED IN BELLEROSE! *Recently Voted One Of The Best Places To Live In New York*

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Charming Detached Family Home

247-48 89th Ave, Bellerose, NY 11426

$649,000

* Please Contact Exclusive Listing Agency Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty For More Information Or to Schedule a Viewing (718.268.1045) *

This lovely, bright home is located in a quiet suburban community. It features 3 bedrooms and 1 Full Bath. The home features  original detailing and hardwood floors. Landscaped backyard and one car garage. Utility basement with washer/dryer.

Bellerose and Herricks are among 34 Long Island towns that made Niche.com’s list of the 2017 Best Places to Live in New York.

Kensington once again took the top spot in the state rankings, but still didn’t crack the Top 100 nationally.
Bellerose came in at No. 41 and Herricks was ranked No. 72 in the state. (See full rankings below)

Carmel in Indiana was determined to be the best place to live in the United States, according to the rankings.

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FOREST HILLS BAGEL SHOP VOTED ONE OF THE BEST IN THE CITY!! WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR FAVORITE BAGEL??

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FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — In a city that prides itself on boiling and baking, a bagel shop in Forest Hills just received a new honor: it’s among the best bagel shops citywide, according to a new list.

The 22-bagel shop list, which was published by Eater, ranks boiled and baked (never steamed!) bagels from shops across the city, as judged by the site’s staff.

Forest Hills Bagel, located at 10441 Queens Boulevard, is one of three Queens spots to make the cut, along dozens of other from the Bronx, Manhattan, and Brooklyn. No Staten Island bagel shops are on the list.

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