Co-op pick of the week

This Jackson Heights two bedroom gets lots of light, and there's a roof deck upstairs

The apartment has classic prewar arched entryways.

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This two-bedroom co-op in Jackson Heights offers the space and elegant details that you can only find in a prewar apartment, plus some modern updates. Listed for $695,000, 35-24 72nd St. #6B is approximately 1,000 square feet, and on the top floor of a six-story building. Also, Jackson Heights is one of the places we identified recently as a top neighborhood for first-time buyers in 2018.

The apartment has nine-foot ceilings, recently finished floors, and views of Manhattan. There are also quite a few closets. 

The galley kitchen has tons of cabinet space, and the bathroom looks nicely renovated. 

The bedrooms are both sizable, and a shared roof deck is outfitted with a pergola and chairs. 

Maintenance is $883 a month. The building has an on-site super, a laundry room, a bike room, and wait-listed storage.

Sublets are allowed with approval, as are pieds-a-terre and pets, The building requires 20 percent down. 

The 7, E, F, M, and R trains are a few blocks away at Roosevelt Avenue, and there's all the shopping and eating you can handle nearby on 37th Avenue, Broadway, and Roosevelt Avenue.