Measuring 860 square feet, the apartment offers a spacious entryway, pre-war features such as arches and wood floors with inlaid details, and an eat-in kitchen. Got stuff? Double closets await you in the bedroom, and the building also has a storage space (although the listing points out that there's currently a waiting list, so patience is key).
Additional amenities in the building, Fildor Court, include laundry facilities, a live-in super and an elevator (check out the door on that baby). Located in the Historic District of this bustling and diverse neighborhood, the building is also near five train lines (M,R,E,F,7) and the Woodside LIRR station for easy commuting near and far. Even more reasons to consider this spot: dogs are allowed, and subletting is permitted with board approval. The listing points out that the co-op board requires the standard 20 percent down payment, and maintenance is a relatively low $687 per month.
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