For the buyer who is looking for a special slice of life in Murray Hill, Penthouse B is a unique one-bedroom aerie that boasts truly spectacular private outdoor space and a seldom seen opportunity for outdoor living, entertaining, and urban gardening. The experience from the private and expansive wraparound terrace not only lets you view the breathtaking skyline but places you IN one of the most iconic views in the world. The light, the views, the exposure, and the setting are all extraordinary. The morning sun and the twinkling nighttime city vistas with birds eye views of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings are yours to enjoy. And shhhhhh. You can feel the peaceful, Zen-like quiet of the space!
Penthouse B offers the perfect setting to be your private sanctuary, or the place where friends and family gather. Inside youll find a home with perfect bone structure, but it could use some makeup and an updated overall look. It is a freshly painted, white canvas with gleaming hardwood floors that awaits your artistic transformation into the apartment of your dreams. With an oversized living room and dining room anchored by north facing windows and a door that leads to that spectacular terrace, Penthouse B offers the perfect opportunity to live in one of Manhattans most sought-after neighborhoods without compromise. Even the kitchen boasts a big view and the bedroom, with views to the north and west, offers ample closet space and room for a King.
The Stimson House, perfectly situated between Park and Lexington Avenues, is an intimate, boutique building surrounded by townhomes on a beautiful tree-lined block. This post-war, elevator co-op offers a part-time door staff, live-in super, and a central laundry. Smaller pets are permitted on a case-by-case basis. The building allows for gifting and co-ownership.
Living in Murray Hill provides convenient access to Midtown Manhattans fine dining, nightlife, cultural venues, and iconic buildings. Proximity to Grand Central Station offers easy transportation within and outside of the city as well as the Lexington Ave subway (6 train) and bus routes, just outside the building.
There is a monthly assessment for capital improvements, including a new lobby, of $ 632.50 until April, 2024.