48-12 217th Street, Queens, New York, NY 11364
2 Stories 1935 Built
Make your home in this newly renovated fairy tale Tudor three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence in coveted Bayside Hills, Queens.
Step through the distinctive turreted entry and arched front door and step back in time in this 1692-square-foot storybook residence. Leaded and stained glass windows and stunning beamed ceilings set a dramatic tone in the living room where a wood-burning fireplace topped by an original plaster crest provides a warm focal point. The wood-paneled dining room illuminated by a Tiffany chandelier will have you planning your next dinner party, and the expansive eat-in kitchen is more than up to the task.
Upstairs, three large bedrooms are paved with inlaid hardwood and feature roomy closets, while the bathroom includes tons of cabinet space, an extra-large tub shower, and charming stained glass window. Down the hall, the extra large master bedroom with en-suite bathroom has windows all around offering postcard views of the neighborhood architecture.
Head downstairs for a special treat where the finished basement features a teepee style wood-burning fireplace and oversized den, complemented by a full-size laundry room, storage area, and meticulously maintained mechanicals.
In the picturesque backyard, you'll find paved spaces on two levels, perfect for outdoor relaxation and al fresco dining, and the remarkably long driveway and garage that can comfortably accommodate four to five vehicles. Up front, the stunning façade, wrought in red brick and rusticated stone, is accentuated by a lovely lawn and mature landscaping.
Enjoy unrivaled suburban tranquility within the bounds of New York City in lovely Bayside Hills, Queens. Streets in this bucolic neighborhood block are known for their gorgeous 1930s homes, beautifully manicured front yards and the fierce pride residents take in maintaining them both. Located within blocks of the Bell Boulevard corridor, this home is central to a great mix of international cuisine, shops, and services. Just a block away, 655-acre Alley Pond Park, the second largest park in Queens, and Oakland Lake offer abundant wooded green space and recreation. Proximity to the Long Island, Cross Island and Clearview Expressway, plus the Long Island Railroad station under a mile away, put the rest of the city, and beyond, within easy reach. School Zone: Community District 26.
*Private Detached Garage