A perfect home for a first time buyer or as a pieds--terre. Gorgeous prewar details await in this one-bedroom, one-bathroom residence featuring an expansive floor plan, and postcard skyline views in a white-glove Murray Hill cooperative.
A gracious foyer with an oversized closet invites you inside the approximately 850-square-foot home to discover tall beamed ceilings and hardwood floors. An archway opens to a dining room topped by a chandelier and another closet, and a separate windowed kitchen. Ahead the oversized living room provides a generous footprint for seating and home office areas and two large south-facing windows.
The king-size bedroom, accessible from the living room and entry, wows with iconic north-facing views of the Chrysler Building and MetLife Building. There's a roomy closet here, and a fourth closet leads to a beautifully updated windowed bathroom featuring a large tub/rain shower, a lovely vanity, floor-to-ceiling subway tile and contemporary fixtures.
Built between 1928 and 1953 with input from revered architect Emery Roth, The Seven Park Avenue embraces a prewar sensibility perfect for contemporary living. The handsome pet-friendly cooperative features a stunning multi-level marble lobby with trompe l'oeil details, full-time doorman and concierge service, a live-in superintendent, central laundry room, storage, bike room and a glorious roof deck with panoramic views.
From this ideal location at the corner of Park Avenue and 34th Street, you'll enjoy the perfect mix of Murray Hill residential serenity and Midtown accessibility. Fantastic shopping, dining and nightlife venues line the nearby blocks, and Bryant Park offers beautiful outdoor space and year-round events. Transportation is effortless with 4/5/6, S, 7, N/Q/R/W, B/D/F/M and PATH trains, excellent bus service, CitiBike stations, East 34th Street Ferry Terminal and the Midtown Tunnel all nearby.
Pieds--terre, co-purchasing, subletting after three years and 75% financing permitted with board approval. *Some pictures shown here are virtually staged.