Perched on a high floor of newly redeveloped Washington Plaza, this super unique west and south-facing corner home offers sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline, amazing light, glorious sunsets as well as a collection of quality finishes and professional design. With a complete renovation in 2018, this highly functional layout offers crown moldings, archways, espresso solid oak flooring, a spacious living room and gracious dining room, a double galley windowed kitchen with pantry, a windowed bath, and a large corner bedroom with a bay-style window.
No detail was overlooked in creating the spectacular chef’s kitchen, which features Italian soft-close lacquered ash wood cabinetry, Caesarstone counters, a full line of smudge-proof stainless steel Frigidaire appliances, with a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, filtered ice and water dispenser, self-cleaning gas range with convection oven, over-the-range microwave, dishwasher, Kohler fixtures, and a kitchen faucet water filtration system.
The spa-like bath is laid in oversized subway tile and outfitted with a Kohler pedestal sink, Grohe Grandera polished chrome faucet, spacious mirrored medicine cabinet, and tasteful lighting fixtures.
Erected in 1940 to the designs of Sylvan Bien, Washington Plaza occupies a prime 35th Avenue block in Jackson Heights, between 73rd and 74th Streets. Built as a group of six Art Deco-style buildings around a private landscaped garden with center fountains and cascading waterfalls, the complex offers a part-time gate attendant, live-in super, several laundry rooms, elevators, bike room, waitlist storage, beautifully renovated lobbies as well as a planned gym that’s nearing completion. There is Spectrum as well as Verizon service. With short proximity to the Roosevelt Express Train hub, and access to the E, F, 7, R and G trains, Travers Park, the Sunday Farmer’s Market, and a variety of cafes and restaurants, Washington Plaza checks off the majority, if not all, of boxes on home buyer’s checklist.
Viewings are by appointment only.
Note: The building does not have a flip tax. Sublets are permitted after one year of occupancy for up to four years.
|Location:||73-12 35th Avenue F54|