The latest edition of Price Chop looks at a fully renovated two-bedroom sponsor apartment in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan.
Apartment 15-A at 20 East 35th Street, aka Goodhue House, is a duplexed five-room residence with two fabulous wrap terraces. The current price of $1.799 million represents a price drop of 28% drop from the original ask of $2.499 million. This week’s price drop, from $2.199 million to the current ask, cut the price by more than 18%. The property was first introduced to the market in July 2022.
Goodhue House is a pre-war co-op located at the southeast corner of Madison Avenue and East 35th Street. The building sits across from the landmarked Church of the Incarnation; the exceptional stonework and intricate windows that distinguish the south side of the church are inspirational on any day.
The art-deco styled building was built in 1937 and converted to co-operative ownership in 1983. The structure rises 16 floors and contains 164 apartments.
Apartment 15-A is a unique duplex featuring two floors of bright, airy space. The first floor offers a large entry foyer, a corner living room with a decorative fireplace and an open windowed kitchen. There is a powder room on this floor. The kitchen is replete with stone countertops, a suite of high-end integrated appliances and a large eat-in peninsula.
A distinctive winding staircase connects the two floors. The second floor features two full bedrooms, a home office and two and one-half baths. Each bedroom has a full en suite windowed bath. The primary bedroom is a delightful space, flush with light and symmetrically set with matching pairs of corner casement windows.
Additional features include refinished parquet flooring, beamed ceilings and art-deco styled casement windows throughout. The bedroom floor also enjoys high ceilings.
The Goodhue House provides a full-time doorman and presents a standard amenity package including a common roof deck, fitness room, bike room, laundry room, private storage and luggage storage. The roof deck offers extensive furnishings and plantings as well as spectacular views of the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building.
Apartment 15-A is a sponsor apartment and does not require board approval. The co-op requires 75% down upon purchase.
The residence is represented by Rafa Maciejak of Rose Associates. For more information about this property, please visit Linecity.