3520 Leverich St, Apt 526


Jackson Heights

2 BD, 1 BA

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Welcome home to this luxurious 2 bedroom CONDO with CITY VIEWS in the most desirable full-service building in Jackson Heights. Gut Renovated, Triple Mint, No Expense Spared!

This spacious corner unit has it all with spectacular views of Manhattan skyline in every rooms. Magnificent layout that is perfect for entertaining. Features a open eat-in chef's kitchen with state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances all made in Italy, granite counter tops, dishwasher and marble back-splash. Enormous open floor plan living room with a gigantic coat closet. King Size master suite features a massive walk-in closet. Queen Size 2nd bedroom features a large closet. Brand new marble bathroom with double sink, and soaking tub. High end air conditioner in every room, high ceilings, recessed lighting on dimmers, and new hardwood floor thought-out.

The Andrew Jackson is a full-service Condo building with a 24 Hour doorman and concierge, amazing swimming pool, storage room, bike room, indoor parking garage, elevator, laundry in every floor, mail room, live-in superintendent, 24 hour surveillance cameras, and an exceptional building staff. Conveniently located close to restaurants, shopping, and mass transit. Sorry no pets.

Subletting allowed. Incredible investment opportunity!

Call me or text me today to view this apartment ASAP!!

Courtesy of: BOND New York
Property: 3520 Leverich St

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  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Concierge Concierge
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