Building & Unit Features
Eat In Kitchen
Beautifully appointed and rarely available, this stunning Junior-four, convertible two-bedroom, original cooperative apartment is located in the heart of Jackson Heights’ Historic District. Time Out NY named it one of the 50 most beautiful blocks in New York City!
Graced with eastern and western exposures, this sun-filled and bright home offers tranquility and quiet. Upon entry into the Living room, you are greeted by the rich floors with inlaid walnut that flow throughout the home, the vastness of space, warm color palette and stained glass transom window. The Formal Dining room is versatile as it easily converts to a large second bedroom, home office or guest quarters. The substantial Eat-in Kitchen boasts an L-shaped continuous counter-top with a cook-top range and double wall oven; the original hardwood floors and over-sized window complete this plentiful space. The master bedroom lends substantial room for a king-sized bedroom set and views of the canopy of the tree-lined block below. The windowed bathroom offers lovely updates of a marble window sill, pedestal sink and vanity while maintaining the original soaking tub and floor tiles.
Other hallmarks of this move-in ready residence and cooperative are Rooftop Patio, Private interior garden, classic prewar details throughout, 9’ ceilings, plaster ornamentation, picture moldings and trim, lighted storage bin, laundry area and operable dumbwaiter. Dishwasher, Washing Machine and Vent-less Dryer permitted in unit.
This meticulously self-managed Cooperative is conveniently located to the Victor A. Moore Bus Terminal at 74th Street and Roosevelt Avenue, all types of shopping and a few blocks from Travers Park and the Jackson Heights Greenmarket. Pet-friendly. No subletting permitted.
Originally named “The Garden Apartments,” The Greystones was the first garden-apartment complex breaking ground in the heart of Historic Jackson Heights in 1917. These 14 Neo-Tudor style “grey stone brick” five-story walk-up buildings run parallel along 80th Street, between 35th and 37th Avenues and is the vision of Architect George Wells.