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120 East 36th Street
Coop in Murray Hill •  building info
1bd • 1ba
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Welcome to the Stimson House, a prestigious post-war co-op in the heart of historic Murray Hill. Located on the 9th floor, this one bedroom, one bathroom apartment offers space, tranquility and charm. Upon entering 9B, you are greeted by a foyer with an expansive open dining and living space. The dining area can easily accommodate a 6-person dining table with room to spare. The living space has 7 large south and west facing windows which allow for tremendous light and spectacular midtown skyline views. The large bedroom can easily accommodate a king-sized bed with furniture and has multiple closets for ample storage. The three large bedroom windows offer incredible views of midtown Manhattan. The windowed, renovated kitchen has stainless steel appliances including a 4-burner gas range stove, dishwasher, refrigerator and ample cabinetry. The tastefully updated bathroom has a shower stall with white subway tile and white marble with black veined tiled floors. The mirrored vanity coupled with the sink vanity provide more than sufficient storage. New windows have been installed throughout the unit. Amenities include part-time doorman 7 days/week from 11am-7pm, a live-in super and central laundry room. Building is 100% owner-occupied. 75% financing is allowed. Pets are welcome, one dog up to 20 lbs. per apt. Gifting is allowed, however guarantors, parents buying for children, subletting, pied--terre's are not. An ideal location, the Murray Hill neighborhood is full of great restaurants, shops, museums, Trader Joe's, Fairway Market and close proximity to Grand Central Terminal with various options for public transportation, including airport buses, the 4, 5, 6, 7, S lines, plus 6 train at Park Ave. & 33rd St. and 34th St. Crosstown Bus.

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