Two-Bedroom Apartment with Massive Foyer in Jackson Heights Asks $599K

Posted On Thu, March 24, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, March 24, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, jackson heights

Jackson Heights has a large stock of lovely co-op apartments, and this is one of them. It’s a two-bedroom unit from 83-10 35th Street, one of the historic district buildings with a central, shared courtyard for residents. (When Jackson Heights was developed, it was called a “garden city” for those very courtyards.) It boasts a spacious floorplan and a foyer so large that, according to the listing, the seller put up a sliding door to create an extra guest bedroom.

83-10 35th avenue, jackson heights, co-op, foyer

The foyer, even with a bedroom carved out of it, is still massive. It flows nicely into the living room, which has all the Art Deco details we love in Jackson Heights co-ops: high, 11-foot ceilings; moldings; and oak floors. Instead of the rounded entryways, though, this unit has been modernized with the large, sliding glass door.

83-10 35th avenue, living room, co-op, jackson heights

The living room is spacious and framed by two large windows at one end and a sliding door which opens to the foyer on the other.

83-10 35th avenue kitchen

83-10 35th avenue kitchen

The window in the dining area of the kitchen keeps this space really bright. Some perks in here include a dishwasher and a pantry. And we are digging the wood counters and shelving against the stainless steel!

83-10 35th Avenue, jackson heights, bedroom

83-10 35th Avenue, jackson heights, bedroom

Each bedroom has two large windows, while the master comes with two exposures.

83-10 35th avenue, courtyard

83-10 35th avenue, courtyard

And of course, the interior courtyard that makes many of these Jackson Heights buildings so special. Plantings, trees, shade — you’ve got all the makings of a great outdoor space.

[Listing: 83-10 35th Avenue, #2U by Jon Fischer for Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]

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