On a tree-lined block between Park Ave and Lexington Ave in Murray Hill, an 1850's Renaissance Revival-style townhouse can be found at 112 East 35th Street. The townhouse is one of the buildings in New York that showcases a post-war architecture from its façade to its interiors.
This 5-story building is filled with various accents, including wood-burning fireplaces and enormous floor-to-ceiling windows. Every floor is also outfitted with herringbone flooring and moldings.
Different rooms for residents’ essentials are found on every floor. On the first floor, a library space and an elegant living room is available to guests and residents. The second floor is a parlor floor, where a considerably large kitchen with pantry and dining room are located.. In addition, a gallery and another living room can be found.
Two spacious bedrooms are located on each of the third and fourth floors. It hosts more than 6,100 square feet of interior space with an additional 880 square feet of outdoor space. Complimenting these rooms is a recreational area and a sitting room. Observe the breathtaking views of the city from the fifth floor’s roof terrace.
Adding to the apartment's design and amenities, it will be easy to enjoy unique dining experiences at the numerous restaurants in the area. The Grand Central terminal and most of the subway lines are also close by, making it easy to travel to and from home.