Modern design aesthetic meets historic Jackson Heights in this pre-war, light-filled, exquisitely renovated, spacious two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op. Stylishly redone from top to bottom, this apartment boasts a well-thought-out design and is a perfect blend of the old and the best of the new.
Built for entertaining, this apartment features a modern open plan living room, dining room and kitchen. The living room showcases lovingly refinished floors throughout and the living room features an on-trend remodeled fireplace with limestone chevron Ann Sacks tile as well five massive windows providing good all daylight from western and northern exposures.
Renovated less than a year ago, the intelligently designed windowed kitchen is a cook's dream come true and comes complete with all new stainless steel appliances including a Thermador stove, Bertazzoni microwave, loads of counter space with stain-resistant quartz counters that feature a large island, providing a great space for casual dining. Additional kitchen features include custom wooden cabinetry outfitted with useful storage/organizational accessories, wine fridge, porcelain Villeroy & Boch sink as well as zero-maintenance porcelain wood floors from Porcelanosa.
The wow factor continues in the elegantly designed windowed bathroom painted with Farrow & Ball paint where you will find, a very large bath tub and shower gorgeously dressed with stylish hardware and microtiles. Both of the ample sized bedrooms feature good closet space and western exposures allowing for excellent all daylight. Closet space abounds with six closets (coat, cleaning supply and linen) plus a wall-to-wall wardrobe in the master bedroom.
Laburnum Court is one of Jackson Heights’ premier historically landmarked buildings. Built in the early 1920s by architect George H. Wells, this beautiful red brick and stone trim, neo-Georgian elevator cooperative features a lovely central landscaped garden and wood-burning fireplaces in every unit. Laundry, bike and private storage (waiting list) are in the basement. Live-in superintendent. Cats are okay, 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, 7 trains at 75th Street.