Get cozy by the wood-burning fireplace and enjoy the glorious sunsets in this top-floor, massive three-bed, two-bath home which offers formal dining, immaculate hardwood floors, a spacious eat-in kitchen, two newly renovated baths, three garden-view bedrooms, ample closets, built-in shelving, and an abundance of windows wrapping three exposures and much more.

Additionally, the co-op provides each apartment with a storage room.

The Chateau, built-in 1922 and designed by Andrew J. Thomas, is one of the Queensboro Corporation’s early garden apartment complexes in Jackson Heights. Occupying most of the block, the complex consists of twelve freestanding U-shaped buildings, six along each blockfront, which are situated back to back across a common landscaped garden at the interior of the block. The large garden opens onto 34th Avenue and is clearly visible from the street. The three street fronts around the complex are also lined with gardens. The passageways between the buildings are spanned by brick walls and iron entrance gates. The Chateau offers private storage, included with the apartment, as well as a laundry room, live-in super, and of course the iconic private garden. It is within a short distance to transportation, all local amenities, including the post office, Green Market, Travers Park, and more.

This is a complete package of a rare NYC home, which we are excited to bring to the market. Showings are by appointment only. Call listing agent to schedule!

Essentials:

Listing #: 3212927
Area: Jackson Heights
Location: 34-37 80th Street #52
Property Type: Coop
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Approx. Size: 1450 s/f
Price: $988,500
Maintenance: $1,175
Property Features
  • additional storage
  • Common Outdoor Space
  • Fireplace
  • Hardwood
  • laundry
  • Laundry Room
  • Light
  • Park View
  • prewar
  • shared garden
  • Storage
  • Subway
  • Walk-in Closet
  • Washer and Dryer
Location