The previous owner of this tiny Midtown East studio left the Murphy Bed in the unit intact, and that now’s part of the sale, according to the listing. This East 54th Street co-op is located on the rear side of the 10-story building it’s in, and as a result offers views of the garden below.
The bathroom, kitchen, and living area all have windows, which is definitely a plus in a tiny place. Some of the other nice features in the apartment include nine-foot beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and two decent-sized closets.
The building the studio is in is a red brick structure that was built in 1929, and went co-op in the 1980s. There’s a live-in super, and a doorman who’s around seven days a week from 3-11 p.m. There’s also laundry on site, bike storage, and a roof deck to boot.