Live a life more extraordinary in this spacious pre-war 3 bedroom/2 bathroom home with a wood-burning fireplace in The Chateau, one of Jackson Heights' most fabled cooperatives. This stunning Classic 6 apartment has a formal dining room that opens into the extra-large living room, an eat-in, dual-windowed kitchen and garden-facing bedrooms. It offers freshly skim-coated walls and pristine refinished original hardwood floors. The apartment is flooded with light from three exposures, has ample closets and cabinetry and each apartment has a storage room and the use of The Chateau's magnificent block long private garden. The building is pet-friendly, and has a laundry room and a live-in superintendant.
The Chateau, which was designed by Andrew J. Thomas and completed in 1922, is one of the Queensboro Corporation's earliest and grandest garden cooperatives in Jackson Heights. It is comprised of 12 freestanding U-shaped buildings which wraps around most of a city block with a landscaped garden at the center. It's located near all transportation at Roosevelt/Jackson Heights Station, and one can find all the amenities along 37th Avenue including a post office and library. It's also close to Travers Park and the local Sunday Greenmarket.