2BR/2.0BA in 135-6 Horace Harding Expressway

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At a Glance
Quiet Renovated New Apt- Convenient off highway located between College Point Blvd and Main Street: Charming, bright and well-lit 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms apartment in Kew Garden Hills neighborhood.
Why Live Here?
Quiet Renovated New Apt- Convenient off highway located between College Point Blvd and Main Street: Charming, bright and well-lit 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms apartment in Kew Garden Hills neighborhood. Close to the 495 LI Expressway, walking distance to shops, restaurants and bus stop, Backyard for entertaining. 1 month security deposit. Utilities not included. Please note that the living room area is included with the eat in kitchen (see picture). CONVERTIBLE 2 BEDROOMS - NO LIVING ROOM AREA! GORGEOUS RENOVATION INCLUDES: * Great Sunlight and well-lit recess lights * Full sized Bathrooms * Two Bedrooms with automatic lit closets * Updated stainless steel appliances and kitchen GREAT PROPERTY: * Video Intercom installed * Clean and well maintained * Hot Water Included * Attentive Property Management * Near Shopping and Restaurants * Easy access to multiple highways * Walking distance to Buses Q20AB Q44SBS * Plenty of Street Parking * Tree-Lined with Green Grass * No pets * No ...
Amenities
  • Fenced Yard
  • Intercom system
  • Master bath
  • Cable Ready
  • Granite countertop
  • Range/Oven
  • Wired
Building Information
  • Built: 1950

 

About Kew Gardens Hills, NY


Kew Garden can be as delightfully charming as the name portrays. Named after the beautiful botanical gardens in England, the area was developed at the turn of the century to maintain a genteel, garden suburb. And, despite the pressure (because of its proximity to a number of highways and subway lines,) community associations have fought hard to keep it as close to its original concept as possible. The whole philosophy of Kew Gardens’ builders—like that of Olmstead and Vaux—was that, by being surrounded by green; you would be renewed once you came home from the city.