These houses stood on the northeast corner of 77th Place and Furmanville Avenue. They were built during the post-Civil War era, circa 1870s-1880s and were two well-preserved examples of the type of homes built in the Middle Village area throughout the 19th century.
The two detached one-family homes were replaced by four two-family attached homes in 1996. Did they need to pour concrete over every green space they had?
We are in favor of cookie cutters here at Queens Crap when they are used to make delicious Christmas treats, but not when they are wielded by greedy developers who build crap such as this.