109-05 120th St, Apt C2


Richmond Hill

1 BD, 1 BA

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NO BROKER FEE! Great 1 bedroom apartment located on 3rd floor no elevator building. The apartment has a large living room with a separate kitchen including dishwasher and microwave. The bedroom is good enough for king size bed . The bathroom is updated too. Heat and water are included in rent and A small, well-tended garden welcomes you to this quaint 4-story walk-up. Prewar in vintage, the building features beige brick exterior, with clean lines and a simple arched doorway. An intimate lobby with original tile mosaic floors leads to 41 units in three wings. Nearby schools include PS 54 Hillside, Bais Yaakov Academy For Girls and Yeshivat Ohr Haiim. The closest grocery stores are Trade Fair Supermarket, Key Food Stores Co-Op and Alba's Grocery. Nearby coffee shops include Starbucks, Odradeks Coffeehouse and Ateaz Organic Coffee and Tea. Nearby restaurants include Hing Yuen Kitchen, Aca Te Espero and John's Coffee Shop. 87-14 129th St is near Phil "Scooter" Rizzuto Park, Manton Playground and Forest Park. This address can also be written as 87-14 129th Street, Jamaica, New York 11418.

  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Kian Realty NYC
Property: 109-05 120th St


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  • Pre war Pre war

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