JUST LISTED in Jackson Heights, Queens!
Welcome to the beautiful ‘Moderne’ Style six-story (plus basement) Carlton House located in Jackson Heights’ Historic district. This elevator building consists of 144 units, built-in 1946-47, designed by architect Philip Birnbaum and developed by W. & H. Walker. If you are searching for a home with unobstructed views and a balcony, then you’ve come to the right place!
This top-floor apartment has hardwood floors throughout (except bathroom and kitchen) and features an approximately fifty-seven square foot, western exposure balcony overlooking the treetops and landmark English Tudor homes. You’ll enjoy watching the sky change color at sunset over the distant Manhattan skyline.
The spacious one-bedroom apartment opens to an expansive foyer that leads you either to the generous living room, the comfortable bedroom, or the eat-in kitchen.
The living room is flooded with natural light and opens to the balcony through the original steel and glass door.
From the foyer, a short hallway leads you to the large bedroom that not only fits a king-size bed, dresser, two nightstands, and bookshelves but even has enough room for an office/study space. This room has two windows, including one facing west that lets in the afternoon and evening sun.
The kitchen has a dining area of about 11’ x 7’6”, stainless steel appliances, expansive butcher block countertops with lots of food prep space, and lots of storage. There are four closets in the apartment.
This well-maintained, full-service building offers a part-time doorman (4 pm to midnight every night), great porters and a live-in superintendent who maintain the premises, private courtyard garden areas for quiet enjoyment, a laundry room, trash chutes on every floor, FIOS Internet Service and Spectrum, elevator, gym ($100 per year), bike room ($95 per year), garage (normally a waiting list but now there is a spot available, $100 per month), storage (waiting list).
Sorry, NO DOGS allowed (all other pets require written permission from the Board of Directors), 20% down payment, subletting is not allowed. Shareholders must be owner-occupant. Pied-de-Terre, Co-purchases, and Gifts are allowed.
A short walk to Subway line 7 (approximately 38 mins to Grand central station), or you can also take bus Q49 (on 35th Ave/ 86th St) to Roosevelt Avenue to hop on the subway lines 7, E, F, M, R. Shops, grocery shops, cafés, restaurants, pharmacies are all within reach (less than two blocks to the main retail avenue). You will also enjoy going to Jackson Heights Greenmarket (farmer’s market) every Sunday (34th Ave between 79th & 80th St) next to Travers Park.
34th Avenue “Open Streets” (8 am to 8 pm every day) is just around the corner.