Clean modern design merges with a pre-war ambiance in this beautifully renovated, art-filled, 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom cooperative apartment in Laburnum Court. One of Jackson Heights' important historically-landmarked buildings, it was built in 1922 by architect George H. Wells. Behind the red brick and stone trim of this neo-Georgian building is an architecturally-sensitive apartment renovation that showcases five massive sunlit windows in the oversized living/dining rooms, with recessed lighting and an exquisite modern fireplace at one end.
Catch a glimpse of the giant trees of the glorious Laburnum Ct. garden through the window of the eat-in kitchen which features gleaming white cabinetry, endless counter-tops, a dishwasher, range with hood and a Fisher Paykel refrigerator. Off the large central entry foyer is a door and long hallway separating the bedrooms from the common living space. Both bedrooms have large windows that face out onto the lush green of the nearly block-long common garden. The bathroom features a seamless shower stall with pristine tile work.
Pre-war details include high ceilings, hardwood floors, ample closets and generously-scaled bedrooms. Laundry, bike and private storage (wait list) are in the basement. Live-in superintendent. Cats ok, sorry no dogs.