The gallery foyer opens to a wide and deep living room featuring original frame moldings, hardwood floors and beamed ceilings, also found throughout. The well-proportioned master bedroom with extra-deep closet is arranged next to the tiled full bathroom with shower tub. Bright second bedroom includes french doors to the adjacent living room, allowing use as bedroom, large home office or grand formal dining room. The convenient powder room, accessible from the kitchen, could be enlarged to make a second full bath. North or South exposure windows in every room, with living and both bedrooms overlooking the tree-tops of East 49th Street. The windowed kitchen features generous prep space, dishwasher, range, and cabinet-mounted microwave, with Washer/Dryer intelligently installed under-counter. Excellent storage throughout, including three walk-in closets and hall linen closet.
150 East 49th is a pre-war building on the block between Manhattan icons Smith & Wollensky's and the Waldorf-Astoria. Includes free storage, elevator, large courtyard terrace, bike storage, laundry room, and a helpful live-in super who accepts package deliveries. Terrace spans the width of the building's southern exposure, is furnished with picnic tables, and is open to all residents. Perfectly proximate to Grand Central, Rockefeller Center, and Citi-Corp Center. Nearby shopping includes Wednesday Farmers’ Market, Whole Foods Market, and Grand Central Market. St. Vartan Park, Paley Park, Tudor City Greens, Greenacre Park, Ralph Bunche Park, and Peter Detmold Park are all green spaces within close walking distance.