Co-op pick of the week

A renovated Jackson Heights three bedroom with two baths and a split layout, for $815,000

One potential small drawback with this co-op: It's on the first floor.

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Need space? Try this renovated prewar three-bedroom, two-bath co-op in Jackson Heights, created by combining two apartments. Listed for $815,000, 35-36 76th St., #121/120 is in the Colonial Court complex. 

The apartment features a desirable split layout, with the master bedroom on one side of the co-op, and the two other bedrooms on the other. 

There are hardwood floors throughout, and Elfa shelving systems for maximized storage. The renovated kitchen includes stainless steel appliances, a pantry closet, stone countertops and a breakfast bar area. 

The apartment has a large, bright living room and a separate dining area.


The large master bedroom has a spacious walk-in closet; there is a full bath adjacent to the room. 

The second bedroom is a nice size; the third, which is smaller, could be a bedroom or home office. 

The building, built in 1939, has a large garden area with seating.

Maintenance is $945, and the co-op has a laundry room, recreation room, exercise room, and a live-in super. 

Access to transportation is very good, with the E, F, M, R and 7 trains a few blocks away at the Roosevelt Avenue-Jackson Heights station; you can get to Midtown in 30 minutes. Likewise, shopping and dining options abound on 37th Avenue, Roosevelt Avenue, Broadway, and beyond.