Prewar Coop Built 1924 in
| Part-Time Doorman With Elevator
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Newly-renovated while retaining historic detail, this pre-war gem in Murray Hill offers the best of both worlds. With spectacular views of the Chrysler Building to the north and Empire State Building to the west, this apartment boasts some of the most iconic vistas in all of New York.The windowed kitchen is thoughtfully designed and outfitted with plenty of custom cabinets and built-in storage, a porcelain farmhouse sink, granite countertops and a top-of-the-line appliance package including a Wolf range, SubZero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher.The master bedroom faces the rear of the building and is pin-drop quiet yet offers coveted corner exposure and generous sunlight. Well thought out and proportioned, the co-op also features a second bedroom that is currently configured as a convenient home office. The apartment's dark oak hardwood floors and beamed ceilings give the home a timeless elegance.264 Lexington Avenue is a beautiful brick boutique co-op in the heart of Murray Hill. Situated prominently between 35th and 36th Streets with Grand Central Terminal, the New York Public and Morgan Libraries, and the 6 train all only a couple of blocks away. Staffed with a part-time doorman, the building offers a furnished and landscaped roof deck where residents can BBQ and take in the sweeping Manhattan skyline views. Residents' newly renovated laundry facilities are available in the basement.The central location doesn't sacrifice a true neighborhood feel and is surrounded by bars and restaurants, Fairway Market and Trader Joe's. Don't miss this limited opportunity to call this Manhattan classic your next home.