15 Queens properties head to city auction

Single-family home in Middle Village with minimum bid of $412,000

Three co-ops and 12 single family homes are to be offered at an estate auction conducted on March 14 by Queens Public Administrator Lois Rosenblatt.

Minimum (upset) prices, which are set by Rosenblatt at 25 percent below the appraised value, range from $79,000 for an apartment in Corona to $675,000 for a house in Long Island City.

The house was one of two properties withdrawn prior to the city’s previous auction, in December.  Also returning to the auction block is a house on 63rd Avenue in Middle Village.

Below are the properties to be offered next month:

Picture Estate Name Address Upset Price
Sasson Gluska 147-04 72nd Ave.
Apt. 177B
Flushing
see details
$175,000
Carol Kregar 70-25 Yellowstone Blvd.
Apt. 21P
Forest Hills
see details
$143,000
Ingrid Samuels 112-30 Northern Blvd.,
Apt. 5C
Corona
see details
$79,000
William A. Clarke 83-10 63rd Ave.
Middle Village
see details
$412,000
Thomas
Cunningham
28-24 212th St.
Bayside
see details
$536,000
Emil Flores 23-35 35th St.
Astoria
see details
$488,000
George
R. Jones, III
79-18 67th Rd.
Middle Village
see details
$375,000
Caroline Joseph 124-19 135th Pl.
South Ozone Park
see details
$281,000
Vanda Lepore 69-34 75th St.
Middle Village
see details
$251,000
Helen Lloyd 76-15 162nd St.
Fresh Meadows
see details
$349,000
Donna Pitcock 84-56 86th Ave.
Woodhaven
see details
$337,000
Maude Reavis 46-45 Smart St.
Flushing
see details
$315,000
Charles Russ, Jr. 41-05 Roosevelt Ave.
Woodside
see details
$345,000
Conrad Selwood 89-47 208th St.
Queens Village
see details
$263,000
Anna Verde 23-31 37th St.
Long Island City
see details
$675,000

The houses may be inspected March 10 and 11 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.  As for the co-ops, you must make an appointment to see them within the same time periods.

These are all-cash transactions that must be settled within 30 days.

As usual, you need a certified check payable to you equal to 10 percent of the upset (minimum) price in order to bid.  Also, you must offer bids in person.

The public administrator’s Web site contains additional details.  You also can trying calling Rosenblatt’s office at 718-520-3710.

The sale is to take place at 11 a.m. in Room 62 of 88-11 Sutphin Blvd. in Jamaica, according to the administrator’s office.

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