3D Tour Available Upon Request!Introducing 34 Greenway Terrace; a charming three-story townhouse nestled on a serene tree-lined street within the highly sought after, Forest Hills Gardens. This pre-war gem features 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and has preserved priceless details such as classic moldings, fireplace mantels and large windows to compliment each airy room. As you enter the residence, you are greeted by a lush planted patio and grand entry foyer. A perfect level to entertain, your main floor features elegant walnut hardwood flooring, a generously sized living room with wood-burning fireplace, formal dining area & a sun-splashed contemporary white windowed granite countered eat-in kitchen. A sleek ebony toned wooden staircase leads you to your bedroom oasis with 3 sprawling bedrooms and bathroom on each level. Whether you are looking for an extra home-office, guest bedroom or kids room, there is ample amount of space for any dynamic. Additional features include a finished basement, laundry room, storage space, attic, central air & a private parking spot. 34 Greenway Terrace has been kept in great condition with recent upgrades throughout the residence. The neighborhoodIn the first decade of the 20th century, renowned architect and urban planner Grosvenor Atterbury and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted Jr.-son and partner of Frederick Law Olmsted, the landscape architect who co-designed Central Park-received a commission to plan a new town on a 140-acre, leafy swath of Queens County. Over the intervening century, Forest Hills Gardens, their masterpiece, has remained one of America's best-preserved planned communities, retaining much of its idyllic nature.This fairy-tale village of sloping, curved streets contains four parks just for residents and their guests. Inspired by England's storied Garden Cities Movement, Forest Hills Gardens put in place a covenant limiting industry in order to preserve the idea of country living in the city and create a lasting residential haven. Atterbury's love of the Tudor style gave the community the aesthetic that still defines it today. Elegant Tudor-style homes abound. There are towers, spires, Norman-style turrets, fancy brickwork, exposed half-timbers, red-tiled gabled roofs, and mullioned windows everywhere.Named Best Community in 2007 by Cottage Living magazine, Forest Hills Gardens is known as one of the best neighborhoods in the city, with easy access into Midtown via E, F or R subways from the Forest Hills stop; with express taking just about 20 minutes. The Long Island Rail Road leaves from Station Square and arrives at Pennsylvania Station in about 15 minutes. The West Side Tennis Club, Station Square (LIRR), 71st Avenue and bustling Austin Street with all neighborhood amenities are all just a 3-minute walk away. 34 Greenway Terrace provides a unique opportunity to enjoy suburban living all while being just moments away from all the city has to offer.