The largest 1 bedroom line in the building at 750 square feet, this sun drenched apartment lies in the heart of Murray Hill on Lexington Avenue between 36th-37th Streets just steps away from Grand Central. This post-war coop E-line residence boasts the largest layout for one bedrooms in The Lexington. Recently renovated with brand new oak wood floors throughout, it is perfectly perched on the 7th floor, where you are welcomed to a grand living room with Eastern exposure that allows for bright light to wash this oversized living room. The windowed kitchen boasts brand new white wood cabinets, granite counter tops and is equipped with state of the art stainless steel appliances and opens up to a welcoming foyer that allows for a gracious dining area that can also be used as an office space.
This unit has never been lived in since the completion of an extensive gut renovation in January of 2019. Be the first one to live in this magnificent apartment.
The bedroom in this perfectly positioned corner unit apartment has large windows that bring in natural daylight into the chamber and uniquely features a South & East double exposures. The large bathroom is finished with unique marble tiles from floor to ceiling with a large window facing south.
No expense was spared in this meticulously renovated beautiful one bedroom apartment. From the moldings to the state of the art doors and fixtures, it is all top of the line!
The Lexington is a centrally located cooperative with a part time doorman, live-in resident manager and a laundry room. Co-purchasing, pied-a-terres and gifting are all handled on a case by case basis.
Enjoy cultural & Architectural delights such as the Morgan Library & Museum, the Chrysler building, the Grand Central terminal & the Empire State Building are all just a few steps away. Roam through the many shops and restaurants that Murray Hill has to offer!
In the mood for a good home cooked meal, you will find everything you need at Trader Joes and Fairway a short walk away. The 4,5,6 & S lines are conveniently located a few blocks to the north in Grand Central.