Enjoy serene garden views and coveted architectural details in this bright one-bedroom home in a historic Tudor City cooperative.
Desirable prewar features abound in this sunny corner unit. Tall beamed ceilings rise overhead, classic strip hardwood paves the floors, and gorgeous casement windows facing south and east flood the home
with light and unobstructed views of Tudor City Green. Venetian/Murano glass lighting fixtures, Art Nouveau stained glass door panels, an Art Deco stained glass faux-skylight and rich wall coverings add a classic touch, but the bones of the apartment are equally well-suited to a modern sthetic. The gracious entry features a roomy closet, and the large living room easily accommodates generous sitting
and dining areas. The smartly arranged windowed kitchen is equipped with cherry and leaded glass cabinetry, integrated Northland refrigerator and freezer, a gas range and Fisher & Paykel dishwasher
drawer. Wake up to park views in the spacious bedroom, which features more than enough space for a king-size bed plus two roomy closets and a large en suite bathroom.
Set within the Tudor City Historic District, The Manor was built in 1927 in red brick with handsome terra cotta details and wide arched entrances. Among the first two buildings constructed in the Tudor City complex, The Manor was 99 percent leased within months of completion, attesting to its immediate and enduring popularity. Converted to cooperative use in 1987, today's residents enjoy full-time doorman
service, gym, laundry, bike room, storage, landscaped grounds and a common rooftop deck with stunning views of the United Nations and the East River. Monthly maintenance includes all utilities, and
generous board policies permit 80 percent financing, subletting, pieds- -terre, gifting, parents buying for children, co-purchases and guarantors. Cats allowed; sorry, no dogs.
Located on a tranquil cul-de-sac, this home is adjacent to the lovely Tudor City Greens and playground with the Sharansky Steps leading down to Ralph Bunche Park and First Avenue. Located in Midtown
East, with direct access to Kips Bay, Murray Hill, the UN and Grand Central station, transportation from this gorgeous neighborhood is effortless with 4/5/6, S, 7, E, M trains and the 34th Street Ferry Landing