Oversized pre-war 1 bedroom with wood burning fireplace in a historic building. High beamed ceilings, wood burning fireplace and beautiful moldings are a few of the stand-out pre-war details found in apartment 3B.
This gracious residence boasts 9.5 foot beamed ceilings, oversized windows, a wood burning fireplace and expansive room dimensions. A custom built banquette provides ample space for dining. The bedroom can accommodate a king sized bed and has large customized closets. Clean, bright and beautifully renovated, the kitchen offers plentiful countertop space and great storage.
Designed by John H. Duncan, 212 East 48th Street is a full-service prewar building located on a quiet, tree-lined townhouse block of Turtle Bay. Mr. Duncan is also credited with designing Grants Tomb in Riverside Park and the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch in Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn. Building amenities include full-time doorman, live-in super, lovely private garden, laundry room, roof deck and private storage. Pieds-a-terre, guarantors, and co-purchasing are considered. Pet friendly.