This architecturally unique duplex perfectly combines historic detailing with modern functionality, comfort and privacy, offering an enjoyable escape from city life. Situated on the seventh and eighth floors of a twelve-story cooperative that was originally built in 1927 as a seminary, unit 7D enjoys open, light-filled western views spanning to Park Avenue from every room in the home. The seventh floor living and dining level offers enough room for multiple sitting areas and a separate dining space. The kitchen has been remodeled and features a full-sized west facing window, high-end granite countertops, Carrera marble subway tile backsplashes and ample room for storage. Additional highlights of the living level include one extra-large, walk-in closet as well as a secondary closet and two large, double-paned, west-facing windows.
A standard, full-flight of stairs guides you to the sleeping quarters on the eighth floor. Incredibly quiet and with open views, the eighth floor also offers four large closets. The bedroom has more than enough room for a king-sized bed and additional pieces of furniture, and the bathroom has been remodeled and offers a full-sized west-facing window. There is an additional entrance on the eighth floor.
235 East 49th Street is located in Turtle Bay Gardens Historical District. This pre-war, co-op has a part-time doorman, beautifully landscaped common roof deck and laundry room. Pieds-a-terre, guarantors, co-purchasing and parents buying for children are allowed. Subletting is allowed for two years for the length of ownership. Sorry, no pets.
Unit can be delivered furnished or unfurnished.