156 East 36th Street
Between Lexington Avenue and Third Avenue Murray Hill
Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,865
JUST REDUCED! Your new home awaits. Bright romantic townhouse on Sniffen Court, often referred to as the "Hollywood of the East" offers the perfect LIVE/WORK option with legal commercial and elegant single family occupancy on an historic private mews. An incredible opportunity for a deal, the time is now to enjoy elegance, privacy and zen-like living in the heart of the City with super-low monthlies and privacy.
Live/Work legal and investor-friendly, this prewar gem is 1 of only 10 private townhouse just off Lexington with a gorgeous gated courtyard. Re-designed with 41+- linear feet full of windows, enjoy amazing natural light all day long, and 20+- feet of frontage on Sniffen Court's historic gated mews with charming trees and plantings for your fix of serenity and natural beauty. There are 3 separate entrances that easily enable live/work convenience if needed, or enjoy as an elegant single family residence with SUPER LOW TAXES, AND NO INVASIVE BOARD.
Originally built as an engraver’s live/work studio, transformed c. 1915 from a low-rise Romanesque building used for stables during the Civil War era into a warm and inviting residence, this sunny 4-story + cellar offers soaring ceilings, gracious layout, dramatic architectural details and 3 bright exposures, with quiet and charm. The added convenience of residential and commercial usage makes this opportunity unique, currently configured as a 4 bedroom home with spacious guest quarters/flex 5th bed, this magical home of apx 3865+-SF in the Sniffen enclave offers a value buy and is priced to sell.
Once occupied by the legendary Cole Porter, and neighbored by other entertainment figures, the townhouse is conveniently located on a lovely tree-lined street between Lexington and Third Avenues close to Grand Central. Local amenities including shopping, restaurants, with major bus and subway access nearby, this rare live/work opportunity has 3 legal entrances and a meticulous gated courtyard enclosed by a European secure gated access system. Ideal for live/work commercial, government, embassy, foundation, residential or even 1031 Exchange, this home can easily be delivered vacant within 30 days. INQUIRE ABOUT INCENTIVE PROGRAM.
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Living in Murray Hill
Bordered by emblematic monuments like the Empire State Building and Grand Central Station, Murray Hill is a residential neighborhood tucked away from Midtown’s hustle and bustle. It was a desirable zip code for the city’s middle class at the end of the 1800s, and much of the Beaux-Arts architecture from this time period is perfectly preserved. Pre-war townhouses and Italianate mansions characterize this charming pocket of Manhattan. Cultural gems like the Morgan Library and Museum and Scandinavia House combine with the Indian restaurants of Curry Hill and boutiques of Madison Avenue. Popular with pet lovers, families and professionals alike for its laid-back atmosphere, Murray Hill invites a slower pace of life.