Distinguished one bedroom apartment in a beloved and architecturally distinct prewar building in Turtle Bay. The building is extremely pet-friendly (up to three dogs!) and is close to the dog park. The board also permits sublets and parents buying for children. Not your average co-op.
The spacious apartment features hardwood floors, windows and closets in every room (a rare luxury in prewar buildings). The windowed kitchen has been renovated with stainless appliances and includes a walk-in pantry. The other three closets and dressing room are outfitted with custom cabinetry and fixtures. The large bedroom has a southern exposure, overlooking quiet tree-lined 50th Street.
The Building, Beekman Hill, is sought after for its prewar charm in the heart of Turtle Bay. More than just the doorman, live-in super, basement storage, and laundry, the stained-glass windows in the lobby and full-time elevator attendant are reminiscent of classic New York luxury.
Near all transportation including the E, M, 6 trains and express and crosstown buses, getting anywhere is painless. For nights closer to home, the neighborhood is enjoying a revival, including downtown restaurants like Pecora Bianca on the corner, Ophelia rooftop lounge in the historic Beekman Tower, and the brand new Urbanspace foodhall.
Apartment virtually staged.