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230 East 50th Street

Apt. 1D
Between Third Avenue and Second Avenue
Coop
$1,140,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number E Subway number M Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 7 Subway number S Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 51st St
Subway number E Lexington Ave - 51st St
Subway number M Lexington Ave - 51st St
Subway number 4 3rd Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 5 3rd Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 7 3rd Ave - 42nd St
Subway number S 3rd Ave - 42nd St
Subway number N Lexington Ave - 59th St
Subway number Q Lexington Ave - 59th St
Subway number R Lexington Ave - 59th St
Essentials
Price $1,140,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1.5
Rooms 4
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,250
Exposure North & South
Key Features
Garden Apartment
Terrace
Doorman
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Beamed Ceiling
Central Air
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Wood-Burning Fireplace

A tranquil refuge from the turmoil of city life. Wake up to the sound of birds and enjoy breakfast on your terrace overlooking the communal garden. Gracious prewar details abound in this spacious 2 bedroom / 1.5 bath apartment. A classic layout with a generous entry foyer, large living room with plenty of space for a dining room table, a wood burning fireplace, casement windows with leaded glass panes, renovated kitchen with Viking range, and a powder room. There is a quiet and spacious master bedroom and a large second bedroom, connected by a "Jack and Jill" bathroom. Other details include high-beamed ceilings and crown moldings throughout, built-in bookshelves, good closet space, and oak wood floors. Combined with prewar charm, enjoy the modern comfort of a central AC system, and the quiet of double-paned city windows. Large storage bin in basement included at no additional cost. The apartment is in an immaculately maintained building with a gorgeous lobby, planted rooftop deck, communal garden, laundry room, and a 24-hour doorman, porter, and live-in super. Convenient to subway, cross-town bus, shopping and excellent restaurants. Pets and pied-a-terres are welcome on a case by case basis. No washer/dryers allowed in apartment.

THE BUILDING: Colton Hall was built in 1927 by the developer Keitt P. Walker, who did several other buildings with landscaping, like 1088 Park Avenue, with its unusual courtyard garden. Walker's organization, the Garden Plan Company, also built 333 E.57, 350 E.57, and 325 E.72 around this time. Generally, the Garden Plan buildings were characterized by compact and intelligent planning, a shallow lot coverage allowing for cross-ventilation, large casement windows, and extra communal features including roof decks and gardens. Another particular feature of Colton Hall is the Art Deco lobby with views through the stunning wrought iron doors into the Common Garden. The architects were Leonard Cox & Arthur Holder Associates, who were responsible for many of the finest buildings of the period.

Agent
Licensed Associate RE Broker
Midtown East
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230 East 50th Street
230 Tenants Corp
Charming Pre-War Cooperative In the Heart of Turtle Bay
Built in 1929, this lovely building has a unique ambiance the minute you enter the Art Deco lobby. The beautifully planted courtyard and roof deck along with semi-private elevator landings, storage and all deliveries to your door add to the gracious living one finds at 230 East 50th.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1927
12 floors
43 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common storage
Common terrace

This home has been sold

230 East 50th Street
Apt. 1D
Between Third Avenue and Second Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $1,140,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1.5
Rooms 4
Approx. Sq. Ft. 1,250
Exposure North & South

A tranquil refuge from the turmoil of city life. Wake up to the sound of birds and enjoy breakfast on your terrace overlooking the communal garden. Gracious prewar details abound in this spacious 2 bedroom / 1.5 bath apartment. A classic layout with a generous entry foyer, large living room with plenty of space for a dining room table, a wood burning fireplace, casement windows with leaded glass panes, renovated kitchen with Viking range, and a powder room. There is a quiet and spacious master bedroom and a large second bedroom, connected by a "Jack and Jill" bathroom. Other details include high-beamed ceilings and crown moldings throughout, built-in bookshelves, good closet space, and oak wood floors. Combined with prewar charm, enjoy the modern comfort of a central AC system, and the quiet of double-paned city windows. Large storage bin in basement included at no additional cost. The apartment is in an immaculately maintained building with a gorgeous lobby, planted rooftop deck, communal garden, laundry room, and a 24-hour doorman, porter, and live-in super. Convenient to subway, cross-town bus, shopping and excellent restaurants. Pets and pied-a-terres are welcome on a case by case basis. No washer/dryers allowed in apartment.

THE BUILDING: Colton Hall was built in 1927 by the developer Keitt P. Walker, who did several other buildings with landscaping, like 1088 Park Avenue, with its unusual courtyard garden. Walker's organization, the Garden Plan Company, also built 333 E.57, 350 E.57, and 325 E.72 around this time. Generally, the Garden Plan buildings were characterized by compact and intelligent planning, a shallow lot coverage allowing for cross-ventilation, large casement windows, and extra communal features including roof decks and gardens. Another particular feature of Colton Hall is the Art Deco lobby with views through the stunning wrought iron doors into the Common Garden. The architects were Leonard Cox & Arthur Holder Associates, who were responsible for many of the finest buildings of the period.

Licensed Associate RE Broker
Garden Apartment
Terrace
Doorman
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Beamed Ceiling
Central Air
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Wood-Burning Fireplace
Midtown East
Living in Midtown East
Home to world famous monuments and luxury brands; Midtown East also makes plenty of room for its residents.
Explore Midtown East
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number E Subway number M Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 7 Subway number S Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 51st St
Subway number E Lexington Ave - 51st St
Subway number M Lexington Ave - 51st St
Subway number 4 3rd Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 5 3rd Ave - 42nd St
Subway number 7 3rd Ave - 42nd St
Subway number S 3rd Ave - 42nd St
Subway number N Lexington Ave - 59th St
Subway number Q Lexington Ave - 59th St
Subway number R Lexington Ave - 59th St
230 East 50th Street
230 Tenants Corp
Charming Pre-War Cooperative In the Heart of Turtle Bay
Built in 1929, this lovely building has a unique ambiance the minute you enter the Art Deco lobby. The beautifully planted courtyard and roof deck along with semi-private elevator landings, storage and all deliveries to your door add to the gracious living one finds at 230 East 50th.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1927
12 floors
43 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common storage
Common terrace