This first-floor, two-bedroom/one bathroom coop in the pre-war Laburnum Court welcomes you into a gracious foyer that separates the living/dining areas from the bedrooms. To the right, five large east-facing windows wrap around the formal living room and dining room providing wonderful morning sunlight. The original wood-burning fireplace is the heart of the livingroom which flows gracefully into the large formal dining room illuminated with recessed lighting and a chandelier. Other pre-war features include 9' ceilings, original doors and beautiful hardwood floors with inlays.
The renovated kitchen has abundant cabinets and counter space along with top-of-the-line appliances. Foodies and chefs alike will appreciate the KitchenAid dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave as well as the Frigidaire stove as well as the large garden-facing window which fills the kitchen with natural sunlight.
To the left of the entry foyer lies a hallway leading to the bedrooms which face the Laburnum Court's quiet common garden. Each of the ample-sized bedrooms has good closet space and western exposures. The windowed bathroom has been updated with fresh tile, a vanity and a bathtubshower.
This home has eastern, western and northern exposures and there are windows in every room. There are five closets throughout and beautiful radiator covers in each room.
Laburnum Court is one of Jackson Heights' premier historically landmarked buildings. Built in the early 1920s by architect George H. Wells, this neo-Georgian elevator cooperative features a common landscaped garden and wood-burning fireplaces in every unit. Laundry, bike and private storage are in the basement,all accessible by the elevator. Thereis a live-in superintendent. Cats okay, sorry no dogs. The building is moments away from the 37th Avenue shopping corridor and close to all trains including the #7 on 82nd Street as well as the E, F, M, R trains at Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Ave. station. Enjoy the outdoor delights of Travers Park and the 34th Ave Paseo Park and the Sunday Greenmarket featuring a wealth of organic vendors from the Hudson Valley and beyond.