RARELY AVAILABLE BRIGHT 1 BR PRE-WAR
Oozing with Charm & Possibility
Located on a sliver of a street off the beaten path of far East 49th between First Avenue and the East River, lies Mitchell Place. Set back from the sidewalk,10 Mitchell Place (aka: Stewart Hall) is a gracious, low-key, elegant, well-maintained, Pre-War building. Rarely do apartments at 10 Mitchell become available, but lucky for you, one just has. Upon entering into the welcoming lobby (the same lobby artist Matisse walked in and out of each day when he too resided at 10 Mitchell Place) the friendly and professional doormen staff are there to greet and keep watch 24/7. Apt #9-D (located mid-hall, away from elevator) evokes an immediate sense of having arrived "home". With a bit of creativity and updates/renovation to the kitchen and bath, #9-D is a diamond in the rough waiting to be noticed, buffed, polished and shown off for the beauty she is. With open, unobstructed, north facing, unobstructed views overlooking adjacent low lying land-marked brownstones, #9-D is bright and light most of the day. As with all units in Stewart Hall, 9-D boasts a working wood-burning fireplace to cozy up to on cold winter nights. But come Spring and Summer, you'll want to head up and outdoors to the expansive rooftop garden,one New York Magazine included in their "10 Most Beautiful" lists. (Note: Photo of East River looking towards LIC is taken from the roof deck). The apartment's original wide wood plank floors are in good condition and the bedroom easily fits a king sized bed plus additional furniture.
Pin quiet, daily mail deliveries to your door, pre-war details, renovated roof garden. Now that you've got the picture, don't take my word for it, come and see for yourself.
Please Note: Pied-a-Terres are discouraged by the board and considered on a 'case by case' basis.