This bright and renovated east-facing, high floor (10th) one bedroom provides a sense of calm among the hustle of New York City. Prewar details abound; a gracious entry foyer, sunken living room with custom built-ins, and beamed ceilings (8'9")! A special feature in the living room is the Real Flame Gel Fuel fireplace. There is a dining area in ...
the living room. The open windowed kitchen has stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and counter-top seating. The bedroom is bright and cheerful, and the bathroom, which was renovated in 2013, features Porcelanosa tiles, and a walk-in shower. Hardwood floors throughout, and high, beamed ceilings.
A very sunny place to call home, this 1 bedroom is located in the Goodhue House, a 24 hour doorman building that is centrally located in Murray Hill between Madison and Park Avenues. The building has a new lobby and hallways, a planted roof-garden with panoramic views of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, a fitness room, storage room, bicycle room, and laundry facilities. The low monthly maintenance includes electric. Pets are welcome. Pied-a-terres and co-purchasing are okay! Convenient to multiple subway and bus lines, and a short distance to Pennsylvania and Grand Central Stations. Read More
The Goodhue House is an excellent example of a prewar full service co-op. Built in 1937, it offers several amenities including a roof deck and bike and luggage rooms. It is just one block south of the Morgan Library. Many of its residences are located on the corners and as such have corner windows that afford great views of the city.