Nestled in the vibrant neighborhood of Astoria, this stunning 2-bedroom apartment offers a harmonious blend of comfort and style. With a spacious living room, a separate dining room, and a newly renovated interior, this residence presents the perfect opportunity to embrace the sought-after Astoria lifestyle.
Step inside and be greeted by the warm elegance of gleaming hardwood floors that extend throughout the entire apartment, creating a seamless flow between rooms. The living room invites you to unwind and relax, providing a versatile space for entertainment and relaxation.
The separate dining room is a focal point, ideal for intimate gatherings and memorable dinners with friends and family. The charm of this space is only enhanced by the abundance of natural light that pours in, illuminating your meals with a cozy ambiance.
Every detail of this apartment has been carefully considered in its recent renovation. The kitchen boasts modern appliances, sleek countertops, and ample storage, making cooking a joy and cleanup a breeze. The newly updated bathroom features contemporary finishes, contributing to the overall sense of modern living.
While this residence welcomes a refined urban lifestyle, please note that it does not permit pets. This policy ensures a peaceful and allergy-friendly environment for all residents.
Located in Astoria, you'll have access to an array of restaurants, cafes, boutiques, and cultural destinations that make this neighborhood truly special. With convenient transportation options, you're just a short distance away from all that New York City has to offer.
If you're seeking a tasteful and meticulously designed 2-bedroom apartment in Astoria, look no further. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and secure your spot in this remarkable urban retreat!
Astoria is a quiet and relaxed neighborhood nestled in between the East River and LaGuardia Airport. Mostly residential, this neighborhood has many hidden gems like restaurants, museums, art galleries, and performance venues. Perfect for those seeking a relaxed alternative to Manhattan while also having easy access to it, Astoria is perfect for young professionals and families.
Astoria is named for John Jacob Astor, the very first multi-millionaire in the United States. Back when the area was colonized in 1652, Astoria was originally called "Hallet's Cove." That name persisted until the neighborhood was officially named a town in 1839, when the residents were trying to persuade Astor to invest in the area.
Astor did end up investing and the town of Astoria lasted around 30 years before being absorbed into Long Island City in 1870, and then into the Great New York City as a part of Queens in 1898. As the population grew and industry came to Queens…
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