Cozy up by the fire! This charming, sun-kissed true 1-bedroom with separate kitchen offers the tranquility of Tudor City, easy access to everything Midtown East has to offer, and the intimacy of a boutique pre-war co-op building. Coveted 1920s details include high ceilings, casement windows, hardwood floors, and a working brick fireplace. Windows in every room ensure plenty of light while a wall of built-ins surrounding the fireplace and a wall of floor to ceiling closets in the bedroom provide abundant storage options. The large and welcoming living room faces south, with a perfect spot for dining by the window. The bedroom easily accommodates a bed plus a desk or dresser and features hidden storage tucked beneath the window. The kitchen features full size appliances, wood cabinetry and a tile floor, while the ensuite tile bath features a rainforest shower head and enhanced storage. Video is available. All dimensions are approximate.
Bright and quiet, this inviting pre-war 1-bedroom is located at 333 East 41st Street, aka Prospect Hill, a meticulously maintained building erected in 1926 as a co-op, where availabilities are rare. Located near the U.N. and Grand Central Station and a wealth of options in transportation, shopping and dining, the building features a live-in super, video intercom, passenger and service elevators, a laundry, courtyards, common storage and firewood storage, and is steps away from Tudor City Greens, the landmarked neighborhoods bucolic parks. Co-purchasing and subletting are permitted and pets are welcome. Sorry, no pied a terres. No fliptax on properties resold after three years or longer. Short term assessment of 50% of monthly maintenance thru February 2022 for exterior work will be paid by the seller. 70% financing.