Hallelujah! A fully renovated large one bedroom apartment in a pre-war established coop in Turtle Bay! South facing windows give this honey amazing light and city views over the tops of lovely old trees and the brownstones across the street (where Katherine Hepburn used to live), and it has a loft like feeling. 700 square feet and a great floor plan make for an easy traffic flow, whether entertaining or just enjoying living in it. The kitchen is open with a large window and breakfast bar, marble counter tops, stainless steel appliances. The bathroom also has a large window and has been renovated. The owner has cleverly installed a queen size Murphy Bed in the closet in the living room, so overnight guests are easy! The bedroom is generous and currently has a queen size bed. Ceilings are 8'2'. Floors are hardwood. The building, formerly the New York Theological Seminary, was built in 1926. The building is very well maintained with a central laundry and a sensational roof garden, really you won't believe it -in the middle of Manhattan! A live in superintendent and part time doorman. Two doors down is historic Amster Yard, one of the most beautiful hidden courtyards in Manhattan. When you need a good steak you can saunter up to Smith & Wollensky on the corner. The M50 bus stops on the corner and the SBS M15 Second Avenue bus stops on the other corner. The building allows pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, and guarantors on a case-by-case basis. Sorry, no pets. Doesn't get better than this.