Perched on a high floor with dual terraces and open city views, this one bedroom apartment in a full service 1930s art-deco cooperative is pre-war perfection. This light-filled apartment features nearly 10-foot high beamed ceilings (unique to the 14th floor), dark hardwood floors, and oversized windows.
The apartment features a proper entry hall with two large closets, leading to an inviting ...
and open 27-foot wide living/dining room with north, east and south exposures. With spectacular city skyline and Chrysler Building views, the living room adjoins one of two terraces which run the full length of the apartment. Adjacent is an open chefs kitchen with center island, featuring granite countertops, custom white cabinetry, glass tile backsplash, slate tiled floors, and stainless steel appliances including Electrolux double door refrigerator and GE Profile range, built-in microwave, and dishwasher. Off the kitchen is a second terrace.
From the living area, a hallway separates the spacious bedroom, featuring an oversized picture window with open eastern exposure, a full wall of built-in shelving, and two generously sized closets with Elfa storage systems. Adjacent to the main living space and bedroom is a full bath with a mahogany vanity, polished nickel hardware and a glass enclosed shower/tub.
Built in 1938, the Goodhue House is a full service pre-war co-op with 24-hour doorman, superintendent and maintenance staff, fitness room, storage, laundry facilities, and a planted roof deck with panoramic views of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings. Centrally located in Murray Hill, 20 East 35th Street is convenient to the numerous dining, shopping, entertainment, and transportation options of both Midtown and the Park Avenue South and Madison Square areas. Maintenance includes electric, heat and water. There is a capital assessment of $160.53 in place through May 2018 and a special assessment of $129.36 in place through November 2018. 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.