35-24 78th Street #B11
SOLD $420,000 11/1/16
At last, the search is over. This spacious one bedroom on the garden has generous proportions, elegant lines and mint condition pre-war details, including polished solid oak floors with mahogany inlay. Boasting ample square footage and coved ceilings reaching almost nine feet, this apartment is a stunning example of a “Pre-war Classic” residence in the coveted Historic District. There are eight windows that make it light and bright with serene views of the interior garden. The eat-in kitchen is thoughtfully preserved and features the original floor-to-ceiling custom cabinetry for substantial storage space. The living and dining areas effortlessly transition from a quiet movie night to a dinner with family and friends in this expansive space that is accented by archways. A make-up nook is nestled between the pre-war classic black and white tile bathroom and the bedroom, which is a sprawling 18 by 12 feet, featuring three windows and a six foot closet. Private showings only; please contact me for your appointment today.The Berkeley Co-op in historic Jackson Heights is just a brief commute to Manhattan. This pet friendly building offers on-site laundry, live-in super, bike room, 24-hour security cameras and the prospect of subletting after five years. It is pre-war architecture and elegance at its absolute finest. Completed in 1937 by Joshua Tabatchnik, The Berkeley was developed in the Neo-Georgian style with an interior private garden and occupies most of 77th and 78th Streets to 35th Avenue. Conveniently located just minutes from the E, F, M, R & 7 trains, the year-round Farmer’s Market at Travers Park, and the vibrant commercial district.