Southwestern exposure, windows in every room and a polished stone, Art Deco, wood-burning fireplace make for a charming city residence in this prewar studio in historic, tree-lined Beekman within the serene Turtle Bay neighborhood. The expansive living area is currently configured with ingenious built-ins and a genuine Murphy bed. Separated from the living area by patterned frosted glass and a pocket door, the windowed, granite Pullman kitchen features a compact refrigerator, a stainless steel sink, a two-burner gas cooktop and a new microwave. A pocket door beyond the entry foyer leads to the windowed, marble bath with tub and European shower. A walk-in closet and two closets in the entry foyer provide ample storage, and the original hardwood floors can be restored or enhanced to create the preferred design aesthetic. Completed in 1928 in the Renaissance Revival style, Stewart Hall, a pet-friendly community, offers residents an elegant lobby with full-time door staff, a laundry room, bike storage and additional storage. The splendid, landscaped rooftop, enjoyed by Henri Matisse and other residents and visitors over the years, offers 360-degree picture postcard views of the East River, the United Nations, the Chrysler Building and the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. Carefully tended floral and herbal gardens are interspersed with seating areas and offer quietude in the heart of the city. Stewart Hall provides easy access to the United Nations, international missions and consulates, Midtown offices and Grand Central Terminal. Nearby gourmet groceries include D'Agostino, Ideal Cheese Shop and the Wednesday Greenmarket at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza. From Michelin-starred Sushi Yasuda and Aquavit to neighborhood favorites Remi Flower and Coffee, Deux Amis, Amma, Peking Duck House, La Gioconda, Ophelia and Yara, myriad dining options abound. Stewart Hall is served by the Select Bus Service along First and Second Avenues, the 4, 5, 6, 7, E and M trains and a Citi Bike docking station just across First Avenue at East 51st Street.