Dramatic duplex penthouse offers a bright open floor plan perfect for entertaining and glamorous living. This townhouse-in-the-sky combines expansive outdoor space with beautifully renovated prewar details to create an enviable home for the discerning buyer.
Enter the spacious marble-inlaid foyer and proceed to the grand living room with wood burning fireplace that opens to the dining room and chef's kitchen. ...
The kitchen features a La Cornue stove, Carrera marble and limestone counters, and custom cabinetry. Stroll onto the 40 Ã— 11 foot terrace adjacent to the dining area, to enjoy your additional living and entertaining space with views of the Chrysler building. Off the foyer, there is a guest sleeping area with zoom-room.com bed, closets and half bath. Completing this first floor is a windowed home office.
The elegant staircase is illuminated by LED lights and transports you to the upper floor. The master bedroom features a second wood burning fireplace, custom closets, and access to an expansive private terrace with unobstructed views of the iconic Empire State Building. Your private deck is the ultimate luxury in this convenient, quiet location. An en suite second bedroom and vented washer/dryer complete the upper level.
Built in 1938, Goodhue House is a white glove building in the heart of Murray Hill. Steps from the Morgan Library and convenient to transportation, it offers the best of Manhattan at your fingertips. The 24-hour doorman building includes a gym, an abundant planted rooftop, bike storage, laundry, and is pet friendly. There is an assessment in place thru 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.