Live in the country in the city in the renown Greystone Apartments in the heart of the historic district of Jackson Heights. Enter the vestibule from the marbled hall into the elegant 2nd floor walk-up prewar apartment with 9 foot ceilings, original crown molding, and walnut inlaid hardwood floors. The living room features two western-facing windows overlooking the exterior gardens and treelined street. A hallway leads to a spacious and bright master bedroom with a generous ergonomic closet. The study, second bedroom or dining room has a an eastern-facing view of the Greystones' lush garden. The modern open kitchen with handmade white oak cabinetry and stainless steel appliances is large enough to fit a table and chairs. A recently renovated windowed bathroom has a tub/shower for flexible use. W/Ds are allowed in units upon board approval. The apartment boasts an original, fully operating dumbwaiter!
The neo-Tudor Greystone Apartments, originally named the Garden Apartments, were designed in 1917 by the architect George H. Wells upon completion of the elevated subway into Queens. The 14 limestone and gray-brick buildings with exterior and interior gardens line 80th Street between 37th and 35th Avenues. Each building is an individual co-op with a separate board. The units come with storage located in the basement along with laundry facilities. Sublets are not allowed. Pets are allowed with approval. 35-27 is the only Greystones co-op that has a roof deck for entertaining. Residents enjoy nearby Travers Park, the year-round Jackson Heights Farmer's Market, the newly pedestrian 34th Avenue and an abundance of restaurants and shopping. Five subway lines (7, E, F, M, R) and buses to Manhattan and LGA are within close proximity.