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Photos: Douglas Elliman
Photos: Douglas Elliman

This Jackson Heights co-op is a rare find that you’ll want to see for yourself.

Located at 72-17 34th Ave., Apt. 2G/H, this combined co-op sits comfortably in a pre-war building and has been professionally designed. It not only boasts plenty of living space and high ceilings, but also tons of closet space.

Offered for Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the co-op is on the market for $1,200,000.

As you enter the apartment, the entry hall splits into two directions. To the left, you’ll find a piano parlor room that connects to a spacious formal dining room. Right off of the dining room you’ll find an eat-in kitchen with a pantry.

As you explore this side of the apartment, you’ll also find a large master bedroom with a private full bathroom and a walk-in closet, an additional bedroom and a full bathroom.

Immediately to the right of the entryway you’ll find a spacious living room that’s complete with huge windows, closet space and a wet bar. Off of the living room is an additional bedroom with a large closet and a full bathroom.

The building also features access to an elevator, a garden, a laundry facility, a gym, a playroom and a bike storage room.

Click here for more information about the listing.

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joe July 06, 2018 / 01:01PM
ARE YOU KIDDING, I mean this is crappy Jackson Heights, but I am sure some sucker will pay this outrageous price for a two bedroom co-op.
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