Jackson Heights, NY 11372
1 Bed | 1 Bath | 900 Sq Ft
Sold and Closed Dec 11th, 2017 at $510,000 ($31,500 above ask)
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Step back in history while enjoying all modern conveniences in this bright and serene open plan home that wraps three exposures around a scenic, organically maintained private garden. Having undergone a complete eco-conscious renovation, while staying true to the classic interior, this home boasts a completely remodeled custom open kitchen, subway tile bath, immaculate original hardwood floors and quality finishes.
Anchored by a gracious foyer, this highly functional and conversion flexible floor plan offers an off-kitchen dining room, separated by antique French doors from a massive living space with south and west facing windows and a gracious corner bedroom adjacent to the bath. No expense was spared and no detail overlooked in creating the open kitchen, which boasts an over-lit single slab soapstone counter, floor-to-ceiling Little Wolf solid wood custom cabinets, handmade Fireclay tile backsplash, Moen and Kohler fixtures, ultra-efficient Liebherr refrigerator, LG five-burner double oven, top-of-the-line Samsung microwave, built-in wine cooler and water filtration system.
Additional home features include energy efficient remote-controlled ceiling fans, energy efficient LED lighting, ample closets, a basement storage room included in the low $451 per month maintenance and an overall priceless feeling of privacy.
Built in Neo-Georgian style in the early 1900’s to the designs of George H. Wells, Hampton Court coops are comprised of eleven five-story and basement walk-up buildings gathered around a picturesque garden that spans virtually the entire block between 37th and 35th Avenues. Lined with trees, their sculptural façade and arched doorways are part of the signature visual esthetic of the neighborhood, which showcases works of the finest early twentieth-century New York architects. Building has a super, private extra storage for each unit, functional dumbwaiters (this unit’s dumbwaiter door is currently sealed but could easily be reopened), celebrated private garden, informal bike storage, and a well-maintained laundry room. Its prime locale puts you within striking distance of all local amenities such as the post office, local restaurants, cafes, a top-notch weekly farm market and near all transportation, including 7, E, F, M, and R trains, as well as the Q33 and 47 buses.
|Location:||35-36 79th Street #3|
|Approx. Size:||900 s/f|