11446 175th Place, Historic Addisleigh Park
Jamaica, NY 11434
Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2
Configured as a 3br/2ba duplex plus alcove living room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, cellar and attic this 1,900SF Tudor-style home has wonderful potential. Built circa 1940, prewar details include picture frame, and extra-wide baseboard moldings, red oak hardwood flooring with mahogany inlay, and a wood-burning fireplace.
11446 175th Place is located in the heart of Addisleigh Park, a U. S. Historic District, known for its beautiful rows of single-unit homes, and Tudor and Colonial architecture. Many of America's music icons call(ed) Addisleigh Park their home from LL Cool J, and A Tribe Called Quest to James Brown, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, and the Empress of Jazz, Lena Horne. Other American icons include Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Joe Louis, and W. E. B. Dubois, just to name a few. This beautiful home is your opportunity to own a piece of history, while creating a bit of history of your own. Shown exclusively by KellerWilliamsNYC TriBeCa. Agents Kelvin Oden and Duane Valeris .