138 E 36TH ST, 8C

Co-op Properties
Jun 05, 2023
By Appt Only
Jun 06, 2023
By Appt Only


Josh Rubin
Josh Rubin
  • Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
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Property Description

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Tremendous scale greets you in this enormous prewar masterpiece with wonderful proportions, spectacular southern light and complete peace and quiet. Enter into a graceful entry foyer and take in the loft-like scale with a double living room, high beamed ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, and corner exposure. An entertainer's dream, you will enjoy a large sitting area, parlor, and separate dining area easily accommodating eight or more for dinner.

Chef's will be at home in the recently renovated separate windowed kitchen with custom cabinets, granite counters, glass tiled backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Expertly designed, with thought toward hosting friends and family, storage is endless in this culinary masterpiece.

At the opposite end of this exquisite home, are two generous bedrooms. The master suite easily accommodates a king-size bed and is on a southeast facing corner. The ensuite windowed bath is recently updated and features modern fixtures with a frameless glass shower.

Your second bedroom is the perfect size and ideal for children, guests or the work from home dream space. With lovely morning light, this is where you will find complete serenity, and inspiration has a home.

138 east 36th is a well maintained elevator building with doorman, live-in super, on-site laundry and additional storage. Located in the heart of Murray Hill, moments from Grand Central, the Midtown Tunnel and Bryant Park, this is the perfect home for commuters and pied-a-terre buyers alike.
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  • Interior
    1,600 Sq Ft.
  • Property Type
    Co-op Properties
  • Year Built
  • MLS/Listing ID


  • Doorman
  • Pre-War
  • Courtyard
  • Southern Exposure
  • Western Exposure
  • Eastern Exposure
  • Bike Room
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  • Pets Allowed
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