Classic elegance abounds in this six-room, prewar three-bedroom, two-bath raised first floor unit with all the sophistication of a Chateau co-op in the Jackson Heights Historic District. It feels like a real home with four exposures and rear bedrooms facing the lush greenery of the interior garden. Added details include a grand foyer, wood-burning fireplace, moldings and wood floors. The plaster walls are restored and freshly painted so you can move right in!
The foyer leads to a spacious living room and dining room currently configured as an open design. The renovated large kitchen with two windows includes white subway tile backsplash, designer sink, wood cabinets, floors and counters along with a convenient eat-in area/counter with stools. The two baths have white tile and pedestal sinks. There is an en-suite bath and a full bath connecting the two bedrooms. A large storage bin comes with the unit at no charge.
The Chateau is one of the most desired garden apartment developments in Jackson Heights Historic District designed by Andrew J. Thomas in the early 1920s. Twelve buildings with distinguishing mansard roofs surround a grand interior garden with greenery and seating areas. Amenities in this well-maintained building include a gym, laundry room in the basement, gas boiler conversion, and live-in super. Jackson Heights’ main subway hub includes five subway lines (E, F, M, R & 7 trains) and easy access to airports, Greenmarket, shopping, and restaurants all nearby.