Situated on one of the most picturesque blocks in the center of the Landmark District of Jackson Heights, you will find the Greystones. Constructed in 1919, these grey brick and limestone buildings were one of the first Garden apartment complexes to be built in the neighborhood. This thoughtful and tastefully renovated home is where Pre-war charm meets urban chic. The convertible two bedroom, floor-through unit has stunning views of the nearly block long interior garden as well as tree-lined street views. Recently updated, the eat-in-kitchen has modern cabinetry, granite countertops, modern white backsplash, stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, and washing machine. There is plenty of counter space, cupboards, and drawers for extra storage. With its clean lines, the bathroom features white subway tiled walls, a modern vanity, brass and glass light fixtures, and a Norwalk deco floor tile. There is additional storage above the door as well as an adjacent wall for maximum storage. The sundrenched apartment faces East and West. The original hardwood floors are in pristine condition along with the 5” tall baseboard moldings. There are soaring ceilings, original transoms and doors, and other period details. Storage is definitely not an issue here. There are two oversized walk-in closets (one is a California closet), a linen closet, a large closet upon entry in the foyer, as well as a private storage unit in the basement. Bicycle storage is readily available for only $5 p/m. The low maintenance of $684 includes heat, water, and taxes. 20% down payment and board approval are required. Subletting and dogs are not permitted. The location of this unit is unbeatable. Within a two-block radius you will find the subway, a farmer’s market, Zagat-rated restaurants, an organic market, a cheese shop, and wine store. The newly renovated Travers Park is only moments away. You can always enjoy the serenity of your stunning interior garden surrounded by mature trees and shrubs. This home has all of the features that even the most discerning buyer could be searching for. Come and discover why people are flocking to one of NYC’s most vibrant, culturally diverse, and affordable neighborhoods.
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