Enjoy your own private sanctuary in the city in a magnificent townhouse with a grand private entrance, plenty of room to work from home, and outdoor space, including a private terrace overlooking a lush garden and a roof deck with stunning views. This sunny 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom triplex has been meticulously restored with historic details and modern amenities including a gourmet kitchen and impeccably appointed bathrooms. It is centrally located in the heart of Murray Hill on a serene, tree-lined block of beautiful brownstone homes.Enter up to a parlor floor with 12 high ceilings and a state-of-the-art chefs kitchen with Carrera marble, cherry cabinets, a Viking range/oven, Bosch dishwasher, Subzero refrigerator, and Subzero wine refrigerator that holds 130 bottles. This majestic parlor floor, featuring Venetian glass chandeliers, original fireplaces, and a powder room, is perfect for entertaining. The parlor has floor to ceiling windows with original moldings and the dining room leads onto a terrace that overlooks a private garden.Head up the original staircase to a large, sunny primary bedroom with a beautiful en-suite bathroom. The second large room on this floor may function as a bedroom, a home office, or a den, with a closet and full bathroom with a walk-in steam shower. The third floor consists of two spacious bedrooms, another full bathroom, and a walk-in cedar closet with a full-sized washer and vented dryer. From this floor, you walk up to your private roof deck with sensational views of the iconic Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. The old world charm includes a mahogany staircase, interior shutters, rich moldings and hardwood floors. New three-zone central heat/air conditioning, fully wired cable and Wi-Fi, and fire/security systems. Once the home of Tony and Oscar award-winning actors Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn, this prime Murray Hill location between Park and Lexington Avenues provides a wonderful array of shops and services with easy access to the UN, Midtown, NoMad and the Flatiron District. Shopping at Trader Joe's or Fairway and dining at a wide selection of diverse restaurants makes this area highly desirable. Walk to Grand Central Station and other public transportation (4/5/6, B/D/F/M, N/Q/R/W, 7, S and PATH trains), as well as the 34th Street ferry dock. Parking garage on the corner across the street.