85 34TH AVE, Apt 315

$450,000

Jackson Heights

1 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

1

Bed

1

Bath

4

Rooms

Maintenance
$618

Spacious & beautiful is this amazing 1BR with a separate dining/office plus a fabulous eat-in kitchen. Features include a stunning renovated kitchen, with large window, oodles of cabinets and white marble counters, just excellent working surfaces for all your food preparation. Architecture pre-war features include details such as high ceilings, beautiful arched doorways, bay windows, refinished original oak floors, picture-rail molding, built-in-shelving, plus spa-like bath with a deep soaking tub and a separate stall shower. Enjoy a well-proportioned perfectly balanced airy open space. This flexible floor plan allows for a home office, or use it as a formal dining room. The huge master bedroom with its large closets and 3 large windows makes for a wonderful place to wake up to.

Building amenities include: private garden, fitness room, children's playroom, laundry room, free bike storage, fob/keyless entry system, and live-in superintendent. Pet friendly too! This third-floor apartment is in an elevator building and located in Jackson Heights. Jackson Heights is a historic neighborhood with tree-lined blocks, where the front and rear gardens are well manicured. Close to all major transportation, weekend farmers market, great restaurants, shopping, an approximate 25 minute subway ride to Grand Central Station in midtown Manhattan. Live, work and laugh a lot! Enjoy your space.

  • Garden Garden
Courtesy of: Brown Harris Stevens
Property: 85 34TH AVE

1927

Year Built

1

Apartment

6

Stories

  • Elevator Elevator
  • Pre war Pre war

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