Nestled inside one of the most historic and well-known Greystones of Jackson Heights, this one-bedroom home oozes with historic charm and architectural details such as high ceilings, oversized modern windows, hardwood floors, and a newly renovated subway tile bath. The unit is surrounded by greenery with views of the private garden to the east. This layout features an eat-in kitchen, gracious living room, spacious bedroom, ample closets, and more. The apartment comes with a spacious floor-to-ceiling storage room located in the basement.
Built in the early 1900s by architect George H. Wells, the Greystones are arguably on the most famous block in Jackson Heights. These fourteen uniquely designed limestone façade walkups are alongside the most celebrated private gardens, spanning the distance of a full block between 37th and 35th avenues. Each building is an individual cooperative. Each unit is assigned a storage room on the ground level, where the laundry facilities are located. Additional features include a live-in super and additional bike storage. Proximal to trains (7/E/F/M/R), the post office, and the finest local amenities.