Prewar Coop Built 1926 in
| Part-Time Doorman With Elevator
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Turn-key and pristine with contemporary touches, Unit 3G is situated in a lovely pre-war apartment a block away from all necessities in prime Midtown Manhattan. This apartment is ideally suited to the “new normal” of working from home, working out from home, and cooking gourmet meals on the fly.
Beamed ceilings and large windows add to the grace of this generously proportioned north-facing and pin-drop quiet one-bedroom apartment, which is perfect for those working remotely. An expansive living room provides ample space for a dining table. A hallway leads to the master bedroom which can accommodate a king-sized bed in addition to other furniture including workout equipment and a walk-in closet. A large windowed bathroom has additional storage and an adjacent linen closet. The kitchen boasts modern appliances and an abundance of cabinet space, ideal for honing one's culinary skills in these changing times. In addition, new wood floors have been installed throughout. Closet space is plentiful with two large walk-ins in addition to both a coat and a linen closet. The large walk-in hallway closet has the potential to be converted into a small home office.
235 East 49th Street is well situated on a charming city block convenient to fine dining including an abundance of al fresco venues, shopping, museums, and transportation hubs in Midtown East. This former monastery built in 1926 is rich in history and architectural details. There is a part-time doorman 7 days a week. Other amenities include a landscaped roof deck and laundry room.
Pieds-a-terre, co-purchasing, guarantors and gifting are permitted with board approval. Subletting is allowed for two years in the duration of ownership. There is an ongoing assessment of $102/month for façade renovations in accordance with Local Law 11. SORRY NO PETS.