If there’s one thing most New York City homes lack, it’s a backyard—unless of course you should be lucky enough to live in a townhouse or penthouse with a massive terrace. But even if you don’t, a somewhat private green space can be yours if you know where to look. Here, six homes with their own gardens and courtyards that rival some of the best private plots of land inthe city.73-12 35th Street (aka Washington Plaza) in Jackson Heights, Queens, one- to four-bedroom homes (priced at $475,000 to $1.114 million) surround a serene and private landscaped garden with a pond, a seating area, and a cascading fountain. 310 East 12th Street in the East Village (on the market for $3,750/month) faces south, overlooking a lush tenants-only garden accessorized by stone benches, walking paths, and a birdbath. 2250 Broadway (yours for $4.199 million) includes access to the building’s garden courtyard. Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village in lower Manhattan (where one- to five-bedroom rentals range from $3,100 to $7,900/month). 200 East 66th Street (going for $5.45 million).
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