This 2BR co-op offers expansive living space and plenty of pre-war appeal.
As featured in the New York Times Living In segment, this well-maintained 2-bedroom apartment offers approximately 1,000 square feet of living space and has retained its pre-war details, including, bordered parquet and strip hardwood flooring, plaster moldings, charming archways, and original doors. Upon entry, you are greeted by a gracious foyer which can be purposed as a dining area or office. There is an expansive west-facing living room with great afternoon light, a master bedroom (also with a western exposure) that can accommodate a king-size bedroom set with room to spare, and a cozy second bedroom. With five closets, storage is abundant. There is ample cabinet and counter space along with a dishwasher and room for a small dining table or breakfast counter in the separate windowed kitchen, and the recently updated bathroom is fully tiled and features a new vanity. Facing the rear of the building, the apartment is quiet and serene.
Residents of Stephen Hall enjoy a stately facade, an elegant Art Deco lobby, common laundry facilities, a live-in super and porter, a bike room, and available storage (currently wait-listed). The co-op permits financing up to 80%, and subletting for two years. Cats and small dogs are permitted with approval of the Board.
Located in the heart of Jackson Heights’ historic district, shopping, renowned restaurants, services, and transportation options are steps away. Only one block to the 7-train and a few more to the E/F/M/R trains, commuting is a breeze (just 20 minutes to Midtown), and cultural and recreational institutions such as Citi Field, the National Tennis Center, New York Hall of Science, Queens Museum, Queens Botanical Garden, and Flushing Meadows Park are easily accessible by public transit.
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