Prewar Coop Built 1926 in
| Part-Time Doorman With Elevator
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Unit 10G at 235 East 49th Street offers beautiful and rare unobstructed northern views overlooking historic Turtle Bay. This quiet, well-proportioned prewar one-bedroom home features a welcoming living room that allows plenty of space for a dining or office area. The bedroom can accommodate a king-size bed with room to spare and offers northern and eastern exposures. The kitchen is equipped with an abundance of cabinetry and the large, renovated bathroom features a south-facing window. Two massive walk-in closets in the bedroom and in the hallway add the finishing touches to this lovely and efficient one-bedroom home. 235 East 49th Street was a former seminary built in 1927, and is located in the Turtle Bay Gardens Historic District. This prewar co-op has a part-time doorman, beautifully landscaped common roof deck and laundry room. Pieds-a-terre, guarantors, co-purchasing, and parents buying for children are allowed. Subletting is allowed for two years for the length of ownership. Sorry, no pets.