Coveted and rarely available, this high floor two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment offers incredible, panoramic city views and boundless light in the heart of bustling Murray Hill.
Oversized windows with a sunny western exposure and 9 foot ceilings make the home feel bright and spacious. The open concept living and dining room is gracious and spacious with ample room for entertaining guests and enjoying the homes stellar views. The open kitchen is a chef's dream - thoughtfully designed with plenty of storage and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances.
The generously scaled master bedroom could easily accommodate a king-sized bed along with additional space perfect for a home office. The bathroom is equally luxurious with stone finishes, premium fixtures, a glass-encased shower and separate Zuma soaking tub. Oversized closet spaces complete the rest of the suite.
Dark espresso-stained hardwoods, customized storage, including a large coat closet located just off the entryway, an in-unit washer and dryer, as well as an additional well-proportioned bedroom with a secondary bath, and multi-zoned, central heating and cooling systems round out the rest of the space.
Set on 34th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues, The Charleston is at the center of Murray Hill convenience. As one of the neighborhood's most sought after luxury condominiums, the building offers an incredible list of amenities, including a full time doorman, concierge, state of the art fitness center, common garden with grills for entertaining, a residents' lounge, dog run, and a stunning, landscaped roof deck with spectacular views of the citys most famous landmarks.
The dining, shopping and entertainment offerings of Murray Hill, NoMad, Chelsea, Grand Central and Herald Square surround you on all sides, and transportation is effortless thanks to a multitude of public transportation hubs nearby. Three supermarkets are only minutes away, including a newly opened Trader Joe's and Fairway.
A large, private storage room is included in the sale. Note, some *furniture* has been virtually staged, but the finish and treatment of the apartment is an accurate representation of the home.
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