This chic abode at the historic Manhattan House is an urban gem.
Designed by architect Gordon Bunshaft in 1950, the Manhattan House is nestled between Second and Third Avenues and overlooks a private garden with sculptures by the renowned Dutch-born sculptor Hans Van de Bovenkamp. Luckily for New Yorkers, a recently renovated abode inside is now on the market.
Additions to the home, such as the newly built home office with custom millwork and additional storage space, transformed the abode into an urban escape inside one of the city’s most historic buildings.
The space spans 1,113 square feet and features one bedroom and one bathroom. Through the expansive foyer lined by bright white walls, residents are led to the beautifully spacious living room. The chef’s kitchen offers picturesque city views, sleek Viking appliances and a dazzling new marble backsplash. Just outside the bedroom is a quaint and charming home office, and across the hall, the bathroom boasts an elegant floating vanity, a lavish soaking tub and a rainshower.
Step out to the extensive balcony where breathtaking views of Manhattan await and offer the perfect setting for lounging or outdoor dining. The best part? Residents have quick access to the Manhattan Club on the rooftop. $1,995,000, 200 E. 66th St., A1407, Ruthie Assouline, 212.891.7605, Ethan Assouline, 212.319.2309, Oliver Gold, 212.891.7657, elliman.com