An attractive studio apartment inside a recently modernised mid-century building in trendy Murray Hill. This ever-evolving neighbourhood is extremely sought after due to its proximity to the hustle and bustle of Midtown Manhattan. This fully-furnished studio apartment enjoys a south facing aspect, with a huge window extending the full width of the apartment there is plenty of natural light. Elegant hardwood parquet flooring looks super smart in the main living room, with a Queen size bed and dressing table with mirror. The neat lounge has a sofa bed for guests. A bijou table for two provides a sweet spot for tea. The slick masculine kitchen boasts granite work tops and a dishwasher, while the charming bathroom with bathtub adds a splash of art deco with Hollywood bulbs. The communal areas and lobby within this development have been brought right up to date. Laundry facilities and the live-in Super make this an ideal short-term city-center let.
Within walking distance to Manhattan’s iconic Grand Central Station; navigating the city and beyond is a breeze from this Murray hill abode. Hop on the subway for Brooklyn or the financial district or Metro North for Westchester County or New Haven. Murray Hill, a breezy east side neighbourhood, was named after the Irish Murray family who made this plot their home in the 18th century. It has developed an identity all of its own and is full of fascinating idiosyncrasies. Overlooked by the dominant peak of the Empire State Building, the waterside location seems to have cooled the temperament of the residents and bred a seriously laid-back attitude. Lexington Avenue is peppered with world-class fine-dining, fashionable lunch spots and impressive rooftop bars. In fine whether enjoy cocktails on the 16th Floor roof top bar at the Shelbourne Murray Hill Hotel or the crisp white linen covered dining tables of Marco Pipolo’sMarcony.