This sunny co-op at 142 East 37th Street in Murray Hill has the bragging rights to being a Manhattan brownstone maisonette. In addition to its separate entrance, this two-bedroom flat tucked in at the garden level of a 19th-century townhouse, asking $1.195 million, has a private patio accessible from both the kitchen and one of the bedrooms.
A long entry foyer makes good use of the space with a a built-in desk and two large closets. The living room is framed by an exposed brick wall and double-paned windows that offer three exposures.
The apartment’s open kitchen is freshly renovated with granite countertops and plenty of storage. A dining area lies just beyond.
The light-filled kitchen overlooks–and opens onto–a large private garden.
The master bedroom has a decorative fireplace and a custom closet. The renovated en-suite bath offers a large glass-enclosed shower. A second bedroom offers garden access and there’s another bath as well. This well-equipped maisonetter also has in-unit laundry and zoned air conditioning.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Murray Hill