Own a piece of history at Hampton Court
This sprawling five-room apartment on the third floor of a walk-up building is bright, airy, and ready to be yours. So many of this home’s original details have been lovingly preserved: transom windows above the doorways, original doors, crystal doorknobs, tall, coved ceilings and white oak floors with inlay are among the features that make this apartment truly special.
When you enter into the foyer, there are two large closets, and an opening to the living room followed by a formal dining room. Each room contains three windows facing west. The galley kitchen has eastern exposure and is perfect for the home chef with a large window, stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, granite countertops, copious counter space and lots of storage. At the far end of the apartment, down a long hall, is the bedroom wing, separated by a door for added privacy. There are two spacious bedrooms with abundant closet space and a windowed bathroom with a full-sized bathtub. There is also a storage room in the basement that comes with the apartment. Cats are welcome. This co-op requires 25% down. Monthly maintenance is $718.36
Hampton Court is in the heart of the historic district and was designed by architect George Wells. This is one of Jackson Heights’ earliest garden co-ops, completed in 1920. Shareholders can enjoy tranquil green space in the private garden. This building features a live-in super, laundry room and bike storage. Located just a few blocks from Jackson Heights’ transportation hub at 74th Street and Roosevelt, catch the E,F,M,R and 7 train for a quick ride into the city. There is also Travers Park and a Farmers Market every Sunday, all year round.