Wrapping south and west-facing corners on the fifth floor of the Monroe, this spacious and well-appointed studio offers beautifully refinished floors, a newly renovated windowed eat-in kitchen, a separate dressing room, ample closets, and more.
Anchored by cork flooring, the kitchen is appointed with floor-to-ceiling subway tile, stainless steel shelving, sleek white lacquer cabinets, butcher block counters, a dishwasher, a complete line of stainless steel appliances, and has a spacious eating area, which can also double as a home office. Enjoying tree-lined block views and glorious sunsets. The living space is large enough to fit a bed and a separate entertaining area. An abundance of windows adds openness and depth to this home.
The Monroe was erected in 1948 to the designs of William Hohauser. Superbly located on a quiet tree-lined street, moments to all amenities such as Travers Park and the green market, as well as a short distance from the Roosevelt transit hub, it offers amenities such as a private garden, bike storage, waitlisted rentable storage, recently updated elevators, laundry facilities, and a live-in super.