Light, condition, layout, low monthlies, and the charm of garden home living have been brought together in this one-of-a-kind Linden Court residence, which will check off nearly all boxes on your wish list.
Well renovated, this sprawling front-to-back layout is illuminated by massive modern windows. Features include a windowed stone countertop kitchen with white lacquer cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The kitchen flows into a massive living room, which faces west and enjoys a spectacular garden view. It has a designated dining and entertainment area. The east-facing bedroom overlooks a tree-lined block and is adjacent to a dressing area that anchors access to an abundance of closets. Additionally, there is a well-appointed bath with quality finishes.
The flexible layout has the potential for a two-bedroom or one-bedroom plus office configuration as needed
Linden Court was built between 1919 and 1921 to the designs of Andrew J. Thomas. Located only two blocks from the subway and one block from buses, the building exemplifies pre-war architecture from the 1920s and is one of the first buildings to become part of the Jackson Heights Historic District. Built in Neo-Romanesque style, it boasts a gorgeous brick facade, heavy sculptural doors, generous ceilings, and tremendous curb appeal, it is famous for its gorgeous professionally landscaped private garden. It has a laundry room and a live-in super. There are four garage spots, subject to a waitlist.
This is a complete package of a turnkey historic garden home we are excited to bring to market.
Note: No dogs or sublets permitted and a 25% down payment is required by the co-op.