If you like grand proportions and incredible pre-war details, than this is the home for you. Set on a beautiful bucolic block of Murray Hill, surrounded by other townhouses is "The Turnure House". Originally built in 1959 as a single family home, this masterpiece is now a 7 unit co-op where the Parlor floor was once owned by Jackie Kennedy's father. The magnificent Parlor floor represents days of the past with grand living and entertaining which is evidenced through the ballroom size living room and bedrooms. The original molding, wood burning fireplaces and mantles are only enhanced further by the incredible 13 foot ceilings. This home has been completely restored and renovated with no detail overlooked. The palatial living room with bay window, intricate moldings, wood burning fireplace and original floors give this home a feeling like no other. There are 2 seating areas, a window seat to view the beautiful foliage of adjacent townhomes and an incredible antique built-in that is used as a bar. The gracious kitchen features custom cabinetry from MCKB, Thermador professional appliances, Caesarstone counters and Calcutta gold backsplash - a chef's dream! The master bedroom maintains an additional seating area with a full sofa, a walk-in closet as well as an ensuite bathroom. It is impeccably designed with chevron patterned Carrera marble floors, a double sink and sunken bathtub. The over-sized guest bathroom is outfitted in Carrera marble as well. This one-of-a kind home not only has incredible closets, in-unit washer/dryer and an attic, but also comes with a private storage unit in the basement. This incredible home is near Trader Joes, Fairway, restaurants and has direct access to the midtown tunnel. If you want a "WOW" apartment then this should be at the top of your list!