With a dramatic step-down living room, Apartment #9N is an oversized, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment that has been meticulously renovated. With both South and West exposures, the apartment is sun-filled throughout the day. The spacious entrance/dining foyer, living room with corner window, dressing area, abundant closets, high beamed ceilings, and oak parquet floors evoke a gracious lifestyle. These prewar ...
details are juxtaposed with the recently renovated windowed kitchen with marble countertops and backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and Bertazzoni oven. The jewel-box bathroom has Porcelanosa tile walls and floors, Toto toilet, and Hansgrohe fixtures. An exceptional opportunity for the buyer who appreciates attention to detail and desires a pristine, move-in condition home. Electricity is included in the monthly maintenance.
With a prime Murray Hill location, Goodhue House is one of the neighborhood’s finest prewar full-service cooperatives. The building's long frontage on Madison Avenue is across from the very elegant former B. Altman building. Built in the late 1930’s, this attractive 16-story building has a planted roof deck with impressive views of both the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. There is a full-time doorman and resident manager. The numerous amenities include a renovated lobby, gym, laundry room, bicycle and luggage rooms, and additional storage. The building permits pets and pied-a-terre ownership. Read More
The Goodhue House is an excellent example of a prewar full service co-op. Built in 1937, it offers several amenities including a roof deck and bike and luggage rooms. It is just one block south of the Morgan Library. Many of its residences are located on the corners and as such have corner windows that afford great views of the city.