$360,000 $399,999
Updated a day ago

Sunny Hill Gardens

39-65 51st Street, 6-F

Woodside, Queens | 39th Ave & Skillman Ave

4 Rooms1 Bed1 Bath708 Square FeetCo-op

$360,000 $399,999
Price Per SF

Listing Features

  • Home Office
  • Penthouse/Top Flr
  • Windowed Kitchen
  • Pedestal Sink

Outdoor space and views

  • City Views
  • Skyline Views

Building Amenities

  • Voice Intercom
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Facility
  • Garage
  • Laundry Room
  • Storage


  • Pets Allowed

Property Description for 39-65 51st Street, 6-F

Unit 6F presents a unique opportunity to own a top-floor, one-bedroom co-op that elegantly blends the tranquility of Manhattan skyline views with the vibrancy of modern living. This residence greets you with the fresh appeal of newly painted walls and pristine flooring, setting the stage for a home that's as inviting as it is stylish.

The apartment's thoughtful layout maximizes space and light, beginning with a spacious entry that serves as the perfect spot for either a cozy dining area or a productive home office. Beyond, the living room offers ample space for relaxation and entertainment, while the king-size bedroom promises a quiet retreat, complemented by the panoramic city views.As a member of this 1950s co-op community, you'll enjoy access to a range of amenities designed to enhance your living experience, including an event room, laundry facilities, a gym, and the possibility of securing bike storage and indoor parking. These conveniences, combined with the building's solid management, underscore a quality of life rarely found in the city.

The location of Unit 6F could not be more ideal for those seeking the best of both worlds. Situated just two blocks from the 7 train, your commute to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and beyond is effortless. The neighborhood itself boasts an array of local parks, including Windmuller and Doughboy, offering peaceful escapes and recreational activities right on your doorstep. Culinary delights, essential shopping, and the weekly Sunnyside Farmers Market enrich your daily routine, ensuring that everything you need is just a stroll away.

With the added advantage of requiring only 10% down, this co-op is more than a home-it's a launchpad to a lifestyle filled with the joys of city living, supported by the strength of a close-knit community. Unit 6F invites you to experience Woodside living at its finest, where every day brings the promise of comfort, convenience, and community.

Listing History for 39-65 51st Street, 6-F

$360,000 [-$39,999] [10%]
Price Drop by Lauren R. Bennett
Initial Price by Lauren R. Bennett

Building Details for 39-65 51st Street

Building TypeLow-Rise
Service LevelVoice Intercom
Year Built1951
Financing Allowed80%
Learn More About the Building

Transit and Citi Bike


52 St
0.2 miles
46 St-Bliss St
0.39 miles

Citi Bike

39 Dr & 52 St
0.06 miles
48 St & Skillman Ave
0.18 miles

Building Availability

Last 12 months

One Bed in Woodside


Woodside | Queens

Quick Profile

From Irish enclave to modern day melting pot, Woodside Queens is an affordable working-class neighborhood with a laid-back vibe.  

 Woodside is bordered by Elmhurst to the east, Astoria to the west, Jackson Heights to the northeast and Long Island City to the south.

 According to many residents, one of the perks of living in the neighborhood is the short train commute to Manhattan and Grand Central Station. What Woodside lacks in attractions, it certainly makes up for it with fun bars and pubs, coffee shops, parks, and food spots. Especially the endless variety of ethnic food establishments throughout the neighborhood.

 Queens is already the epicenter of ethnic food. So, it’s no surprise that there are many culinary treasures in Woodside. Especially when it comes to Filipino food. Little Manilla, as it's affectionately known as, begins at 63rd Street on Roosevelt Avenue and extends to 71st. You’ll find Filipino markets and restaurants selling everything from comfort food to traditional Filipino ingredients. Make sure you come hungry.

 Woodside has always been a melting pot. Irish, Italian and German immigrants flocked to the neighborhood in the early 20th century. In recent years, Asian and Latin immigrants have joined the population.

 As of lately, the neighborhood has attracted people looking to get a little more bang for their buck as well as those who have been priced out of nearby areas like Sunnyside and Long Island City. Most Woodside residents rent and a smaller portion of them own.

 When it comes to housing stock, you’ll find a little bit of everything in Woodside. Standalone houses, large apartment buildings, towering co-ops and 2 and 3 story detached homes are common.

 The neighborhood has not seen an explosion of growth in new and modern construction yet so there are some good deals to be had. The average listed price is $419,000 while the median listed price is $372,000.

 Woodside's main commercial artery is Roosevelt Avenue, which has always been a busy thoroughfare. Irish bars, Italian bakeries, mom and pop stores of every type share the commercial space. The rumbling subway passes overhead on the elevated track and adds a little grittiness to it all.

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