With many sellers pulling their homes from the market during the coronavirus pandemic, the most viewed listings in March on The New York Times’s Find a Home site are an unusual collection of residential and business spaces.
5. Dock Out Back
$998,099 | 99 Sunset Boulevard, Massapequa, N.Y.
This six-bedroom, four-bath, waterfront home has 3,600 square feet inside and a deep lot. The rear of the property opens to a paver patio and a canal connecting to South Oyster Bay. There’s a dock for your boat.
$125,000 | 3719 Garrett Road, Drexel Hill, Pa.
Up next was an investor property outside of Philadelphia in the form of a modest storefront. It comes with a signed lease, valid through May 2024. The buyer will collect rent, while the tenant will handle the taxes, utilities, insurance and maintenance.
Broker: Weichert, Realtor
3. A Three-Family With New Kitchens
$325,000 | 125-127 South Grand Ave., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
In third place was this updated three-family house with a pair of one-bedroom, one-bath units and a two-bedroom, two-bath unit. All of the kitchens have been updated, and each unit has a separate entrance.
$11 a square foot | 179 Saw Mill River Road, Yonkers, N.Y.
In second place was the Worsted Building, which was built in the early 20th century and contains more than 210,000 square feet of industrial spaces to lease. It’s suitable for retail, offices, manufacturing, design studios, warehousing or other uses.
Broker: Houlihan Lawrence
1. Office With a View
$400 a month | 20 Maple Street, Suite 2, Springfield, Mass.
Coming out on top was this 160-square-foot, second-floor office rental that looks fairly basic, although a view of a library and museum is promised. Heat, air-conditioning, water and a parking space are included; a two-year lease is required.