petite co-op overlooks Tudor City and the United Nations
Headquarters. | Warburg Realty/Joel Moss
The apartment is seeking less than it last sold for in 2017
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A Murray Hill one-bedroom is
back on the market seeking less than it sold for three years
ago. The petite co-op in Woodstock Towers at 320 East 42nd Street
is asking $550,000, $7,000 less than it closed for in February
The co-op has undergone a few spruces in the meantime, most
notably the new coat of white paint on the kitchen cabinets. A wall
of built-ins includes a pull-out table to help maximize the
apartment’s minimal amount of space as well as a desk overlooking
neighboring Tudor City. The apartment’s attractive casement
windows also look out towards the United Nations Headquarters and
show a slice of the East River.
The corner bedroom is large enough to fit a queen-sized bed and
comes with a closet. A bump out in the living room across from the
windowed wall provides a challenge for living room layout, but the
space can fit a small sofa and chair. The bathroom goes unpictured,
but an old
listing photo shows it’s pretty innocuous in all white.
The building comes with a full-time doorman, live-in super, and
a porter. Residents also have use of the building’s gym, laundry
facilities, bike storage room, and landscaped garden. Monthly fees
run $1,520 and the building requires board approval for new
occupants. Warburg Realty has
built-ins include a small pull-out dining table that helps maximize
closer look at the kitchen.The
corner bedroom is accessed through French doors.The
bedroom also has views south.
Source: FS – All – Real Estate News 1
Petite Murray Hill co-op with United Nations views seeks 0K