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Minimalist Queens co-op in an idyllic Jackson Heights setting seeks $749K

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The two-bedroom apartment is part of a co-op that comes with its own lush garden

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Part of an Art Deco co-op building in Jackson Heights, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment is now on the market for $749,000. Being sold directly by the owners, the apartment offers up about 1,250 square feet of space, the owners explained.

The particular unit is a corner apartment and comes with northern, eastern, and southern exposures, flooding the apartment with light. The apartment opens up into a long living room. The dining room (which comes with a lovely bay window) and the kitchen are located on the right side of the living room, and the co-op’s two bedrooms are on the other side.

The apartment comes with a good amount of storage space, nine-foot-tall ceilings, and hardwood floors. The building this unit is in, Griswold Hall, is a six-story elevator building that features a total of 84 apartments. Residents here have access to a private garden, a dog run, laundry in-building, and a children’s playroom among other features.