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235 East 49th Street

Apt. 9E
Between Third Avenue and Second Avenue
Coop
$695,000
Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,760
25% down $173,750
What will this home cost?
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 $695,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3.5
Exposure N, S & W
Key Features
Doorman
Elevator
Full city view
Beamed ceiling
Dishwasher
Excellent light
Hardwood floors
Oversized windows
Prewar detail

Apartment 9E is a lovely, bright and spacious corner one bedroom in the heart of the city with three exposures (north, south and west). This quiet residence is nestled on the 9th floor of an elegant 12-story prewar doorman co-op originally built as the New York Theological Seminary in 1926. The large, gracious foyer presents a walk-in custom closet which leads to a windowed gallery with room for a home office. The dining area outside of the kitchen provides a separate place to entertain. The sunny windowed kitchen has northern open city views and features new tile floors, glass tile back splash, granite countertops and new stainless steel electric appliances. The very spacious living room resides on a corner with three oversized windows boasting both north and western exposures and lovely prewar details including hardwood floors and high-beamed ceilings. The master bedroom has two oversized windows facing south drawing in lovely natural light and features two custom closets and a windowed master bathroom. This charming one-bedroom home offers contemporary comforts, beautiful details, lovely natural light and great storage in a superb location surrounded by all New York City has to offer.
Building amenities include a doorman from 7:30 am- 11:30 pm, a live-in superintendent, a common laundry room on the second floor and a spectacular, newly renovated landscaped common roof deck. The building allows pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, guarantors on a case-by-case basis.

Agents
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (212) 937-7011
P: (212) 230-8191
See my 24 other sale listings
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (917) 816-6392
P: (212) 230-8106
See my 1 other sale listing
Midtown East
Living in Midtown East
From the lofty, star-bedecked ceiling of Grand Central Station to the Art Deco grandeur of the Chrysler Building, Midtown East boasts more than its fair share of New York City icons. Yet there are also spots of serenity tucked between the photo-op architecture. Tree-lined streets and the close proximity of both Central Park and the East River create a timeless New York cityscape to enjoy. Many residents take advantage of tranquil riverside views from their Midtown East apartment rooftop decks. And with a central location not far from subway hubs like Times Square, you can get just about anywhere in Manhattan in under half an hour.
Explore Midtown East
235 East 49th Street
235 E 49th St Ten.
Turtle Bay Gem
An elegant pre-war building. Designed by architect Henry Green, it was originally built as the New York Theological Seminary in 1926. In 1982 it was converted to a cooperative, comprised of 75 unique apartments on 12 floors. Today it features a Doorman from 7:30am- 11:30 pm. The Building has a live-in Superintendent and a common laundry room on the second floor. 235 East 49th Street features a spectacular, newly renovated landscaped common roof deck, your oasis in the heart of Turtle Bay. In its vicinity you will find Amster Yard, Greenacre Park (on 51 st Street), a seasonal farmers market on East 46th Street and Peter Detmold Park with running access. Your neighbors include the Vanderbilt YMCA, New York Sports Club and Equinox. Convenient to fine restaurants, shopping and Grand Central. The building allows pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, guarantors and parents purchasing for offspring.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1927
12 floors
75 units
Elevator
Amenities
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Guarantors allowed

235 East 49th Street
Apt. 9E
Between Third Avenue and Second Avenue
Coop
Essentials
Price $695,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3.5
Exposure N, S & W

Apartment 9E is a lovely, bright and spacious corner one bedroom in the heart of the city with three exposures (north, south and west). This quiet residence is nestled on the 9th floor of an elegant 12-story prewar doorman co-op originally built as the New York Theological Seminary in 1926. The large, gracious foyer presents a walk-in custom closet which leads to a windowed gallery with room for a home office. The dining area outside of the kitchen provides a separate place to entertain. The sunny windowed kitchen has northern open city views and features new tile floors, glass tile back splash, granite countertops and new stainless steel electric appliances. The very spacious living room resides on a corner with three oversized windows boasting both north and western exposures and lovely prewar details including hardwood floors and high-beamed ceilings. The master bedroom has two oversized windows facing south drawing in lovely natural light and features two custom closets and a windowed master bathroom. This charming one-bedroom home offers contemporary comforts, beautiful details, lovely natural light and great storage in a superb location surrounded by all New York City has to offer.
Building amenities include a doorman from 7:30 am- 11:30 pm, a live-in superintendent, a common laundry room on the second floor and a spectacular, newly renovated landscaped common roof deck. The building allows pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, guarantors on a case-by-case basis.

Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (212) 937-7011
P: (212) 230-8191
See my 24 other sale listings
Licensed Associate RE Broker
M: (917) 816-6392
P: (212) 230-8106
See my 1 other sale listing
Doorman
Elevator
Full city view
Beamed ceiling
Dishwasher
Excellent light
Hardwood floors
Oversized windows
Prewar detail
Midtown East
Living in Midtown East
From the lofty, star-bedecked ceiling of Grand Central Station to the Art Deco grandeur of the Chrysler Building, Midtown East boasts more than its fair share of New York City icons. Yet there are also spots of serenity tucked between the photo-op architecture. Tree-lined streets and the close proximity of both Central Park and the East River create a timeless New York cityscape to enjoy. Many residents take advantage of tranquil riverside views from their Midtown East apartment rooftop decks. And with a central location not far from subway hubs like Times Square, you can get just about anywhere in Manhattan in under half an hour.
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
235 East 49th Street
235 E 49th St Ten.
Turtle Bay Gem
An elegant pre-war building. Designed by architect Henry Green, it was originally built as the New York Theological Seminary in 1926. In 1982 it was converted to a cooperative, comprised of 75 unique apartments on 12 floors. Today it features a Doorman from 7:30am- 11:30 pm. The Building has a live-in Superintendent and a common laundry room on the second floor. 235 East 49th Street features a spectacular, newly renovated landscaped common roof deck, your oasis in the heart of Turtle Bay. In its vicinity you will find Amster Yard, Greenacre Park (on 51 st Street), a seasonal farmers market on East 46th Street and Peter Detmold Park with running access. Your neighbors include the Vanderbilt YMCA, New York Sports Club and Equinox. Convenient to fine restaurants, shopping and Grand Central. The building allows pied-a-terres, co-purchasing, guarantors and parents purchasing for offspring.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1927
12 floors
75 units
Elevator
Amenities
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common roof deck
Guarantors allowed