Sprawling pre-war Junior 4 in the heart of the Historic District. This well-laid-out corner home gives you ample design options. The additional room could be used as a dining room, home office, second bedroom, or whatever else your imagination can come up with. Flooded with natural light from an abundance of oversized windows, the apartment features a large separate windowed kitchen, a fully renovated bathroom with subway tile, and a beautiful modern vanity with drawers, original hardwood floors, updated fixtures, and tons of built-in storage. The building also provides additional storage to shareholders.
One of the Queensboro Corporation’s early developments in the Jackson Heights Historic District, Plymouth Court was built in 1916 to the designs of George H. Wells. This five-story walk-up building has oversized windows, laundry facilities, storage, and a live-in super. It is one short block from the 82nd Street train station, has easy access to bus lines, and is surrounded by virtually an abundance of local amenities.
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