I can't recommend it enough. It is well worth the hike out from Manhattan to Queens on Train 7 and fairly straightforward. The house would be of interest in its own right even if it didn't have such historic significance. Though rather compact, it is a totally unique example of seventies Hollywood style in suburbia. The pictures in the link given previously don't do it justice. (Incidentally the narrator in that article is the former pianist with Bad Plus.)
Apparently Lucille couldn't persuade Louis to settle down so she bought the house with her own money and told him about it 8 months later. When Louis came home from touring he phoned and she told him the address. Later she looked through the window and there was Louis sitting on the bonnet of a taxi staring up at the facade. He invited the taxi driver in and they acquainted themselves with the interior together. Louis was delighted with the place but Lucille told him that now he knew about the place he could make the payments.
Sometime later, they bought the house next door, flattened it and created a Japanese style garden where they would hold parties and concerts.
Recently, a house on the other side of the street has been flattened and it is due to open as a museum in 2019.
The Corona area is interesting. It is a Latin American neighbourhood. It is three stops from the end of Line 7. Having travelled so far I decided to visit the end of the line which is Flushing Main Street. if you have never visited South Korea, this is the closest you will get.