Occupying the prime floor of an immaculate historic pre-war, this spacious and updated convertible Junior 4 offers oversized windows, original hardwood floors, fully renovated kitchen, subway tile bath, a highly practical and flexible layout, and spectacular west-facing garden views with glorious sunsets. It has ample closets, as well as an added storage room within the building.
Additionally, with this home's flexible layout you have the potential to add a second bedroom.
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 a part of the Jackson Heights Historic District. Built in Neo-Romanesque style it boasts a gorgeous brick façade, heavy sculptural doors, generous ceilings, tremendous curb appeal, and is famous for its gorgeous professionally landscaped private garden. It has a laundry room and storage.