Exceptional living awaits you at The Manor, a handsome full-service, boutique prewar cooperative facing Tudor Park. This one-bedroom one bathroom gem is spacious, airy and beautifully designed, with oversized windows on double exposures inviting in lots of natural light. Gorgeous dark mahogany wood floors, high beamed ceilings, tasteful moldings, French doors and built-in bookshelves are among the elegant features. Relax and entertain in the generous living room with plenty of space for dining and an office area. The nicely appointed tiled kitchen is bright and sunny with ample cabinetry and a full suite of appliances. A serene, sizable bedroom with 2 closets, full bath with tub-shower combo, and air conditioning further enhance your comfort. Built 1928, The Manor is a distinguished 10-story Tudor-style cooperative, converted in 1988, that's part of the Tudor City complex developed by Fred F. Finch. The residence offers a grand lobby, 24-hour doorman, concierge, 2,000 sq ft gym (with a nominal startup fee), state-of-the-art laundry facilities, bicycle storage, a lovely common courtyard, and wonderful roof deck with stunning views of the city, Tudor Park, United Nations, and East River. Electricity is included in the maintenance, and the building is cable/internet-ready. Located in the Tudor City Historic District, 333 East 43rd Street sits on a coveted corner of Turtle Bay with lush green parks adjacent to the property and proximity to many conveniences. Grand Central Station is less than 3 blocks away, plus you're minutes to the offerings of vibrant Midtown.