A delightful one-bedroom prewar apartment in Murray Hill that’s been respectfully updated has hit the market for $1.1 million. As apartments from this era tend to do, the pad at 20 East 35th Street offers up plenty of space with a 27-foot great room, with three exposures to boot, and a large east-facing bedroom.
The apartment’s been smartly laid out, and comes with an entry hall with two large closets and an open living and dining area. Two balconies off of the living area and kitchen come with views towards the Chrysler Building. The apartment’s kitchen has been updated from the closed-off kitchen box of yore and has been opened onto the living area and updated with a central island, granite countertops, and slate flooring.
The bedroom is large and includes a charming wall of built-in shelving, and comes with two closets kitted out with custom storage systems.
The apartment is on the market with Joshua Wesoky at Compass. Monthly maintenance fees ring in at $1,729.