A rarely-offered, top floor, four-bedroom apartment is now on the market at the iconic, pre-war Chateau cooperative! With four exposures, fourteen windows, grand archways, and wood floors with detailed borders, this is an apartment with unparalleled character. This peaceful home does not share a wall with a neighboring apartment and has its own elevator landing. Sit in the gracious living room, beside the oversized windows and take in the lights of Manhattan's Upper East Side and the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge, while enjoying a roaring fire under the original mantle. Wake up to birdsong in your master bedroom, among the treetops of the landscaped garden spanning nearly a full block, with majestic trees in excess of sixty feet high and southeastern exposures. The master bedroom's elegant chandelier is teardrop Murano glass, and the master bath features an oversized Zucchetti sink. Your windowed kitchen includes a Miele dishwasher, new stove and new GE Caf refrigerator, with counter space enough for the cook in your house to create holiday feasts. Entertain guests in your formal dining room with its wonderful southern and western light. The apartment has lots of closet space, two additional basement storage units and a shared bike room. The Chateau, with its dramatic slate mansard roofs, dormers, and finials, was one of the first garden apartment complexes in the country. The Chateau is truly an oasis in the city as well as the icon of Jackson Heights' historic district style. There is no other neighborhood like Jackson Heights. With its unmatched diversity and endless restaurants, it is the crown jewel of New York City's cuisine. Walk out your door and onto the magnificent 34th Avenue, the gold standard of Open Streets. Closed to traffic every day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., you can jog or stroll its one-and-a-third mile length undisturbed by vehicles. Just one block away you can shop at the largest farmers' market in Queens every weekend, year-round, where fresh fish comes in from Long Island and produce from upstate. Visit Travers Park, a 2-acre community park, with newly renovated green space, playground and courts, just down the avenue between 77th and 78th Streets. Located close to the 7 train's 82nd Street stop, and the E, F, M, R, 7 trains at Roosevelt Avenue and 74th Street, midtown Manhattan is an eleven minute train ride. Pets allowed.