A coveted expansive one-bedroom facing the garden is available in a premier co-op in historic Jackson Heights. The unit is flanked by classic pre-war details, built-ins, original wood floors, and great light. Enter through a grand foyer into a large sunken living room with two exposures and an unassuming Murphy bed. The generous dining area leads to a windowed kitchen with beautifully restored cabinets and a wood floor. The dressing area, large enough for seating, leads to the bedroom with double windows that overlook the garden. The immaculate white tiled bathroom includes a soaking tub and shower stall with a new glass door. Storage abounds with five closets including one large walk-in.
The Berkeley in historic Jackson Heights is moments away from five train lines with great access to Manhattan. A pet friendly building, it offers on-site laundry, live-in super, bike room, 24-hour security cameras and a subletting option. Built in 1937 by architect Joshua Tabatchnik in the neo-Georgian style, The Berkeley has a beautiful interior private garden. Conveniently located near the 37th Avenue shopping, subway lines and buses and close to Travers Park and the Greenmarket. Showings are by appointment only.