Murray Hill


Studio, 1 BA

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**New Price Reduction**
Your perfect full-time or occasional Manhattan home!

This top floor studio offers a quiet oasis and views of the tranquil and charming Tudor City gardens below. This non-smoking, full service, Gothic Revival co-op with its magnificent stained-glass windows and a spectacular roof deck with panoramic views of the city. The West facing residence invites a fresh, cozy, and comfortable space. As you enter the home, you'll experience the original hardwood floors, brand new kitchen, great lighting, and a three plentiful closet space.

This pre-war co-op building offers:
* 24/hour doorman
* Gorgeous roof deck with views of Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and East River
* Central laundry and additional storage
* A gym, dry cleaner, post office, nail salon, bicycle shop, cafe, and steakhouse on this charming street
* All utilities including electricity are conveniently counted in the monthly maintenance
* Primary residences qualifies for a refund of 2-3 months of maintenance fees
* Perfect for a pied-a-terre, starter home, or guarantors
* It is ideally located in Midtown East on a peaceful tree-lined street near Grand Central Station, Chrysler Building, the U.N., the FDR Drive and myriad dining and shopping options in Murray Hill and Turtle Bay
* Subletting allowed after one year of ownership

Priced to sell.

Courtesy of: Charles Rutenberg, LLC
Property: Murray Hill


Year Built



  • Doorman Doorman
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Concierge Concierge
  • Elevator Elevator
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Pre war Pre war
  • Roof deck Roof deck

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