Looking for your first apartment or maybe a pied-a-terre? Warm right up to this charming prewar studio at the Lindley House in the heart of Murray Hill. Did we say studio? Well, it’s hard to believe that this apartment is actually defined as a studio when it shows as four distinct rooms.
Step into a generous windowed foyer with two large closets. The foyer, which is practically as wide as the living room, can be used as a dining area, home office, or sleeping area (it’s present use). The step-down living room is more than 22 feet deep and is warmed with rich oak parquet floors and beamed ceilings. The three large windows at the end of the room bring in plentiful natural light. There is a half height built-in bookcase that separates the foyer level from the living area.
A renovated windowed kitchen offers a separate space to cook and there is a dressing room that adjoins the bathroom.
The Lindley House co-op enjoys a prime location between Lexington Avenue and Park Avenue on a lovely tree-lined townhouse block. There is a full-time doorman and the building is pet friendly.
If you want to seek out more space, just nosy on up the building’s fabulous roof deck which offers unparalleled views of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building.
This wonderful studio is being offered at $455,000. The monthly maintenance is $1275 and the co-op allows up to 80% financing. The apartment is being offered for sale through Eva Gellin at Halstead. View full details on Linecity.com