Bring your imagination, designer, and/or prewar gem restorer, to this one-of-a-kind 1920s time capsule of a home. With strikingly well-preserved original tile, hardwood as well as original doors, this apartment is primed for your personal touch.
Located on the elevated first floor of historical Greystones, this garden-facing one-bedroom offers light, views, a storage cage, and low monthly maintenance. Enjoying light from both west and east-facing exposures, this home has a spacious eat-in kitchen, original tile bath, tall ceilings, ample closets, oversized modern windows, views of the private garden to the west, and sunrise to the east.
Built in the early 1900s to the designs of architect George H. Wells, The Greystones encompass what is arguably the most famous block in Jackson Heights. These fourteen uniquely designed limestone facade walkups run along the side of the most celebrated private gardens, spanning the distance of a full block, between 35th and 37th avenues. Each building is an individual cooperative. Each unit is assigned a storage room on the ground level, where you also find laundry facilities. It is within close proximity to trains (7/E/F/M/R), the post office, and the finest local amenities.
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