Nestled in Jackson Heights' historic district, this $445,000 one-bedroom, one-bath co-op (with a montly maintenance of $862) has enough space for a dining area, a living room, and even a second bedoom that's currently been carved out of that living room. Even if you don't want a second bedroom, though, that extra space could work well as a home office.
The apartment has a renovated galley kitchen with recessed lighting, stainless appliances, and a window (it's always better to cook in natural light, after all).
The master bedroom has closets with eight-foot custom doors.
One really sweet feature of the living room: oversized windows with views of the garden. Speaking of that garden, the building has a block-long, enclosed and manicured garden with lots of seating areas. Since the apartment is located on the second floor your view is rather up close and personal.
The apartment is located in Dunolly Gardens, a consortium of six low-rise buildings that takes up an entire square block in the Queens neighborhood.
And in case you were wondering, Jackson Heights is on the E, F, R, M and 7 train, and is about a 25-minute ride from Midtown Manhattan.
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