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The Turnure House, 115 East 36th Street, #GARDEN

$1,700,000 -2.9% | 2 beds, 2 baths
121 days on Market

Key Details

  • Listed: Oct 26, 2023
    Last Price Change: -2.9% ($50,000) on Nov 20
    Days on Market: 121
    Building Type: Cooperative
    Neighborhood: Murray Hill (Manhattan)
    Listing viewed 708 times
Monthly Maintenance: $2,306
Est. Monthly Mortgage: $9,342
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $11,648
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($340,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.


Beautifully renovated two bedroom, two bathroom garden apartment with over 550 sq/ft of private outdoor space and two fireplaces. Situated on the garden level of an intimate and charming brownstone, built in 1858 and located in the heart of the Murray Hill Historic District between Park and Lexington Avenues.
Entering through a picturesque front patio and your own gated entryway this wonderful garden home awaits. A gallery hallway leads to the expansive open concept living/dining room and stunningly renovated kitchen.

Exposed brick, gas fireplace highlights the large living area with a bay window showing off the private outdoor rear patio. The kitchen has been redesigned and renovated with no detail spared. Top of the line, stainless steel Viking, Subzero, and Miele appliances include dishwasher and wine cooler.

White Caesarstone countertops have been designed to create a central island with seating and separate bar area. The kitchen is completed by custom cabinetry, microwave oven, Miele stove hood, a generous size sink with accessories and disposal, Hansgrohe faucets and pot filler.
The extra large primary bedroom is the perfect sanctuary with a mantled, gas fireplace with remote control. Two arched windows add the character and charm with a second set of noise canceling, double pane, soundproof windows for a restful night sleep.

The beautifully renovated, large ensuite bathroom is encompassed with white Estatuario marble tile, Gessi faucets, Robern cabinets, a built-in TV, an open rainfall shower, soaking bathtub, double Vessel sink vanity, laundry center with built-in hampers and separate water closet. The second bedroom, with an adjacent bathroom, has a built-in Murphy bed/closets and additional room for working from home.
The amazing private outdoor space allows for intimate relaxing, full dinners with friends, or holiday gatherings. Full electric and water outdoors, allows you to maintain your beautiful plantings by day and romantically light up the night.

Completing the attention to detail of this unique home are hardwood floors, recessed lighting and split unit heating/cooling throughout. Full sized, vented out washer/dryer, built out organized closets and a generous assigned storage space with shelving is also included. This very special garden property at 115 East 36th Street is a must see!
This landmarked 24’ wide Italianate-style townhouse at 115 East 36th Street was constructed in 1858 by developers Kennedy & Haw.

In 1880, this building served as the private home of Colonel Louis Fitzgerald and would later be occupied by John Bouvier III, father of Jackie Kennedy. This building is self managed allowing for extremely low maintenance. A new furnace has been installed, common areas have been remodeled and fully wired with Verizon Fios.

115 East 36th Street is just a few blocks to the 4,5,6 and 7 trains at Grand Central Station and the B, D, F, M, N, Q and R trains at Herald Square. Subletting is not permitted. The coop allows pets on a case by case basis with approval and additional pet deposit.

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Apartment Amenities

  • Washer/Dryer in apt.

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Listing courtesy of Compass

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About The Turnure House, 115 East 36th Street

Building Amenities

  • Conversion Year: 1968
  • Pre War

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at Park Ave 0.20 miles
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at Lexington Ave and 43rd 0.28 miles
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at 5th-6th Aves and 42nd 0.41 miles
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at Broadway and 35th 0.46 miles

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