HUNTERS POINT HISTORIC DISTRICT
This four-story row house is located at the eastern portion of the renowned Hunter's Point Historic District block in Long Island City, Queens. This spectacular row of circa 1870 townhouses compromises one of the finest collections of intact, mostly Italianate, row houses in all of New York. Time Out Magazine recently cited it as the third most beautiful block in the entire city, and a picture of it appeared on the cover of New York Magazine behind the headline"Long Island City: The Next Hot Neighborhood".
The Long Island City area, which is currently undergoing a tremendous real estate boom, is located one subway stop from midtown Manhattan, and is well-served by four subway lines: the E, M, 7, & G. You can be in Grand Central Terminal in ten minutes and the Citicorp building on Lexington Avenue in five minutes. Tax rates in the neighborhood are very low, and the aesthetic pleasures of the tall London Plane trees, open city views, and peaceful ambiance one finds on the block make it a pleasure to come home. And so convenient.
The neighborhood is tremendously vibrant with new restaurants, cafes, and the like opening nearly every month. The largest indoor climbing facility in the city, The Cliffs in ...