Welcome to your new home; an immaculate two-bedroom, one bath apartment in Washington Plaza a recent co-op conversion in historic Jackson Heights. The building was originally designed by the architect who designed the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan, Sylvan Breine, and built in 1940. The conversion has lovingly emulated many prewar accents, hard wood floors, crown and floor moldings and arched doorways, while incorporating modern style in the bath and kitchen. The kitchen has Caesarstone countertops and Italian cabinetry with self-closing drawers. The appliances are Frigidaire Gallery and only four years old. The baths have all new fixtures and a four-foot-tall cabinet for your toiletries.The apartment has an open floor plan with one king sized bedroom and one which will accommodate a queen-sized bed. There are a total of 5 closets, 2.5 which have been designed by the California Closet company. The master bedroom has both a walk-in closet and a California closet.Washington Plaza has laundry facilities in the basement; washer/dryers are permitted in apartments with board approval. Additional storage and both a bike room and gym are available for an additional charge. Dogs are allowed with board approval. The apartments may be leased after the owner has occupied it for one year and then for four years only.Jackson Heights which has been called ”A Garden in the City“ is known for its ethnic diversity, fabulous food and easy access to subways and buses making it less than 30 minutes to Manhattan and 10 minutes to La Guardia Airport. The Historic District of Jackson Heights has been named among the most desirable and exciting neighborhoods in NYC, with all the services along the 37th Avenue shopping corridor and the weekend Green Market 5 blocks away.