A Charming Tudor with a Luxurious Twist.
If you're in search of a home which feels more like a dream than a compromise, 116-33 Union Turnpike is a dazzling destination that you will love for years and years. This 4Bed, 2.5Bath, 2472 square foot Tudor-styled home in Forest Hills Gardens, is what many have described as a forever home. And, when you arrive you'll see why.
The first thing you'll realize about this 1920 Stucco and Brick Tudor is its picturesque curb appeal. The beauty of the exterior follows you inside as you enter an open-concept great room perfect for relaxing and entertaining. As you move through this large space, you'll be captured by its generous footprint which is complemented by matte scandi-style hardwood floors, a gorgeous wood burning fireplace, and large windows that let natural light pour in. The kitchen exudes luxury with Quartz counters, smart fixtures, floor-to-ceiling backsplash, a huge island, high-end cabinetry, and built-in premium appliances. This cooking alcove, perfect for chefs and novices, effortlessly flows into the dining area with a built-in settee. From the great room, you're able to access the manicured garden which has a chic patio perfect for an afternoon tea or a summer barbeque. And a multi-use, windowed recreation space, with laundry, ensures you have enough common spaces to truly live as you desire. Living here is a beautiful experience that you'll love to lounge in, enjoy cooking in, and cherish entertaining in.
Upstairs is where you'll find the living quarters; two floors with four generously proportioned bedrooms and two amazing bathrooms. Each bedroom is its own serene retreat with amazing closets. Whether you need an office or a hobby room, you have enough rooms to make it happen. Both bathrooms are spacious with their own spa-like vibe. The top bathroom, which was recently renovated, is one of this home's shining stars with radiant heated floors, brass fixtures, gorgeous tilework and more. This home was truly designed for living.
Forest Hills Gardens is a charming Tudor enclave in Queens known for its beautiful old growth Oak trees and historic cobblestone streets. While it is part of the five boroughs, this neighborhood feels exclusive but accessible. Permit-only parking for residents and guests; an association which manages sidewalk snow removal and public area landscaping; a celebrated school district; and a Private tennis and swimming club makes living here feel like a true community. Forest Hills is central to Manhattan, JFK, and Laguardia, so whether you're traveling by car or public transportation you can be where you need to be in thirty minutes or less. Living here is the dream. Find Your Sweet Spot.