This 2-story brick home in Astoria was completely gutted and meticulously remodeled and reconfigured, with full electrical, plumbing, and CAT6 internet cable update and rewiring throughout the house. The house's entire lighting was completely redone with recessed LED lighting, bringing electrical consumption to a minimum. The home offers a generous layout and spacious living area. Home has a one-car carport in the back of the house. Upon entering the front yard, there is an inviting manicured garden, with a waterfall, koi pond and a private sitting area. The main floor is comprised of an open kitchen, a dining room and a living room with bay windows, and a half-bathroom. The upper floor has 3 bedrooms, with a full bathroom, with the master bedroom having a walk-in closet and bay windows. Main and upper floors feature new, premium Brazilian teak wood floors. There is a skylight on the upper floor that bring in natural light into the staircase. The kitchen has been remodeled with a premium Italian granite countertop, a pot-filler spout over the stove area, an industrial stove venting system, and stainless steel appliances. The home offers double-pane windows throughout. The finished basement has a separate washer and dryer area and a water basin for cleaning, as well as plenty of shelvings and storage space. House is zoned for P.S. 122 Mamie Fay! The home is located directly on Ditmars Blvd, two blocks from numerous restaurants, cafes, bars, fruit and grocery stores and 24-hour shopping! Located half a mile away from Grand Central Parkway and the Triboro Bridge, the home is very easily accessible. The N and W subway train is located just three blocks away. The home is also 5 blocks from PS 122 (on Ditmars Blvd) and 2 block from Astoria Immaculate Conception Academy (on 29th street and Ditmars Blvd), both highly sought-after schools (pre-K to 8th grade) Also, the home is a short walking distance to Astoria Park, with the largest pool (Olympic-size) in the city, with views of the East River, the RFK Queensboro and Hellgate bridges, Randall's Island and the Manhattan skyline.