This sprawling Junior 4 is currently configured as an oversized one-bedroom apartment with a king-size bedroom, windowed eat-in kitchen and windowed bathroom.
Facing Austin Street, this quiet home is flooded with sunlight from northern, eastern, and western exposures and is complete with updated hardwood flooring, a spacious entry foyer, an expansive living area with room for formal dining, and an abundance of closet space.
The newly renovated kitchen and bathroom offer modern finishes which are complimented by charming Old World architectural details including arched doorways, original crown moldings, and high ceilings.
Positioned in the heart of Forest Hills on a picturesque tree-lined block, Austin Street is surrounded by an abundance of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. Next door, enjoy the children's playground at Ehrenreich-Austin Park, and the year-round concerts, sporting activities, and Olympic-size swimming pool at the Westside Tennis Club. A short distance away, explore the natural settings of Queens through the hiking trails at Forest Park. Other nearby attractions include the Queens Zoo and Botanical Garden, New York Hall of Science, Westinghouse Time Capsules, Fountain of the Planets, Queens Theatre, Fantasy Forest Amusement Park, the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, and Forest Hills Stadium.
Centrally located near the E/F subway lines, local and express buses, and the nearby Long Island Rail Road, which provide a swift commute in and out of Manhattan and Long Island.
The Thomas Edison Cooperative is comprised of two elevators, a live-in super, laundry facilities, rental storage units, a fitness center, free bike storage and a common garden. Unlimited subletting is permitted with board approval following two years of ownership. No dogs are permitted. No Flip Tax.
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