220 Madison Avenue, 12Q - Murray Hill, New York
220 Madison Avenue, 12QMidtown, New YorkWelcome to an exceptional fully-renovated, custom-designed 2 bedroom 2 bathroom corner apartment in the prestigious John Murray House cooperative in Midtown! This artfully modernized home exudes elegance with its warm color scheme and thoughtful consideration to comfort. A gracious entry foyer greets your arrival, with several large closets seamlessly integrated into the wall paneling. Beyond awaits the perfect setting for entertaining! A bright, spacious, airy living and dining room is enriched by lovely prewar details including original crown moldings and oak parquet floors. The chef will be inspired in the windowed kitchen appointed with custom quartz countertops and unique modern cabinetry concealing a microwave, an extra pop-up counter, abundant storage, Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, and Miele dishwasher. A Blue Star range completes the premium appliance collection. Serving the living space is a bar area with a wine fridge and extra storage. Accessed by sliding barn-style doors, both bedrooms enjoy sunny corner exposures and custom-milled wool carpeting over original parquet floors. The serene master suite boasts multiple custom-outfitted closets and a pop-up TV hidden in the bookshelf. The sleek windowed bath with a deep Jacuzzi soaking tub features a tempered glass installation by prominent Texas artist, Ann Stautberg. The second bedroom has an adjacent beautifully finished full bath. Hidden bunk beds are perfect for kids, grandkids or guests. City-Proof windows throughout ensure a peaceful retreat. Built in 1940, The John Murray House at 220 Madison Avenue is one of Manhattans finest residential addresses, located in prime Murray Hill. This distinguished prewar building is enhanced by the amenities of 24-hour doorman service, an onsite parking garage, laundry facility, landscaped roof deck, bicycle storage, and private storage available. Located in the heart of Midtown between 36th and 37th Street, the stately building sits directly across from The Morgan Library, minutes from Grand Central Station, Bryant Park, Penn Station, theaters, museums, diverse restaurants, and shopping. Pets are welcomed.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman