This stylish corner one-bedroom, one-and-a-half baths home is located on one of Murray Hill's prettiest tree-lined blocks. Located in the rear of the building with south and west exposures and windows in every room, this charming top floor home is sunny, quiet, and has a great mix of pre-war details and modern finishes. A smart layout with great flow begins with a welcoming entry foyer that leads to both the living room and the kitchen. The renovated kitchen features stainless steel appliances (gas range, over-the-the range microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher), a single-handle pull-down sprayer faucet, granite countertops and original terrazzo floors. Adjacent to the kitchen is a stylish powder room, which is perfect for guests. The corner bedroom has open, sunny, southern views as well as a western exposure. The en-suite subway tile bathroom has handsome black-and-white tile floors and a large vanity with lots of counter space and storage. There is also a large walk-in closet. Built in 1916 by renowned architects George & Edward Blum, 144 East 36th Street is a boutique 33-unit pre-war elevator co-op with an elegant marble lobby, laundry room, bike room, storage and live-in superintendent. There are just four apartments per floor, which ensures privacy. This pet-friendly co-op allows sublets and pied-a-terres. The building is next door to Sniffen Court, a charming carriage house mews and one of NYC's smallest historic districts (Fun Fact: Sniffen Court was the location for the cover of the Strange Days album by The Doors). Located on East 36th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues, this home is surrounded by the convenient residential living that Murray Hill is known for, with Midtown, NoMad, Gramercy Park, and the Flatiron District within easy reach. Grand Central Terminal, Penn Station, the Midtown Tunnel, NYC Ferry, and multiple subway and bus lines are nearby, including the 6 train local station at Park Avenue and East 33rd Street.