135 E 39th St. #3D
135 East 39th Street, Unit 3D, Manhattan, NY 10016
This spacious one-bedroom prewar apartment in Murray Hill makes you instantly feel right at home. Located in a well-maintained boutique co-op minutes from it all, unit #3D offers a quiet, comfortable living space and oversized windows overlooking beautiful brownstones and gardens. A gracious foyer with double closets welcomes you into an ambiance of style and character graced by high ceilings, hardwood floors, and generously proportioned rooms. Off the foyer sits a nice size windowed galley kitchen with stainless steel appliances that include a dishwasher and plentiful wood cabinetry. The modern full bath, also windowed, is designed with Kohler fixtures and a glass-enclosed shower. Proceeding down the hallway is a large bedroom and a corner living room, peacefully situated in the back of the building, that enjoys abundant light from windows on 2 walls facing north and east. Built-in 1930, 135 East 39th Street is an established prewar elevator building distinguished by beautiful Art Deco-style architecture. The intimate cooperative stands 6 stories, offers 29 units, and features a live-in super, laundry room, and lovely garden for residents. The address is super convenient and desirable, enabling you access to the multitude of shops, restaurants, grocery stores, and transportation vibrant Midtown has to offer, as well as landmarks like the Chrysler Building, New York Public Library, and Morgan Library/Museum, and Rockefeller Center. Right next door is the Pod Hotel with the Salvation Taco restaurant, but there are many choices to quench your appetite with places like The Seafire Grille, Sushi Yasuda, Sam's Place, Cask Bar + Kitchen, and Luke's Lobster nearby. Spend time outdoors at Bryant Park or Tudor City Greens; work out at Crunch, Equinox, Blink Fitness Warrior Fitness Boot Camp, or New York Sports Club; grab a cocktail at numerous nightspots such as Raines Law Room, The Campbell Apartment, La Biblioteca and The Ginger Man; pick up a variety of fare from Grand Central Market, The Amish Market, Murray's Cheese, The Health Nuts; hop on the train and be anywhere in no time with Grand Central (4, 5, 6, 7) and other subways (B, D, F, M, &) a stone's throw away.