$388K for a classic prewar co-op in the Jackson Heights Historic District
Jackson Heights, Queens, is an affordable neighborhood with lots going for it. There’s a central transit hub, great restaurants, and loads of beautiful pre-war buildings. This co-op, at 35-27 80th Street, is well known in the neighborhood as the Greystones, an early 1900s building that’s part of the Jackson Heights Historic District. This one-bedroom apartment for sale, asking $388,500, is a classic pre-war pad with some modern details like open shelving and a renovated eat-in kitchen. The apartment last sold in 2010 for $260,000.
Co-op details include the original hardwood floors, moldings, and high ceilings. The current owner has added some modern storage space, with lots of open shelving attached to the wall.
The dining room overlooks the building’s central garden, a common feature of co-ops within this historic district.
The kitchen was re-designed with classic white cabinetry and outfitted with stainless steel appliances that includes a dishwasher.
The bedroom, located adjacent to the living room, boasts a wall of closet space.
The bathroom was also renovated with subway tiles and new fixtures.
This apartment also comes with a private storage room and a key to the building’s private roof deck. The Greystones offers residents perks like a live-in super, the sprawling shared private garden, laundry and hanging bike racks. It’s two blocks from the 7 train at 82nd Street or about 10 minutes from the Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Avenue subway hub.
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