Superb Prewar Value on Park Avenue
In excellent condition, this graceful and spacious prewar one bedroom offers exceptional value and loads of convenience. High, beamed ceilings, hardwood floors and a classic layout with perfect proportions that can be kept as is or be reimagined with the most modest of changes. Enter the foyer and place your keys on a hall ...
table and hang your coats in the vast California closet. The spacious living room features a large dining area and open kitchen with counter seating offering the flexibility of formal or casual dining. A hallway with additional storage space leads to the fully renovated tiled bathroom and to the large south and east-facing light-flooded bedroom with spectacular views and a true walk-in California closet.
Perched at the crest of Murray Hill 4 blocks south of Grand Central, 67 Park Avenue offers elegance, convenience and a pet-friendly full-service co-op. The building boasts a full-time doorman, an elevator operator, a live-in super and storage for a nominal annual fee. There is a common laundry room, bike room and access to a common roof terrace. 70% financing, guarantors and pied-a-terre permitted. Read More
Constructed in 1922 and designed by Schwartz & Gross, one of the more prolific architectural firms during the prewar period, 67 Park is a handsome building located near Grand Central Station and the Morgan Library. Many of its units feature fireplaces and high-beamed ceilings.