311 E 38TH ST, Apt 12B


Murray Hill

1 BD, 1.5 BA

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311 East 38th Street, Apt. 12B

Rarely available spectacular renovated corner high floor one bedroom with1.5 baths and amazing wrap-around terrace! Great layout, ideal for entertaining! Step into the highly desirable B line in the Whitney Condominium where the generous foyer opens to the spacious living/dining room overlooking the wrap terrace with bright open east views. The sun-drenched and spacious corner bedroom has a wall of windows with bright south and east views, access to the terrace and en suite marble windowed bath. Renovated open chef's kitchen has stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, and tile floor. The apartment also features a marble powder room, loads of closets, central A/C, beautiful wide plank wood floors, and washer/dryer on every floor!

The Whitney is a luxury full-service condominium with around the clock doorman, and amenities including a state-of-the-art gym with lockers, showers and sauna, a courtyard garden, and storage. Desirable location in the Heart of Murray Hill, a short walk to Grand Central, surrounded by great shops and some of the best restaurants the city has to offer!

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Courtesy of: Kleier Residential Inc.
Property: 311 E 38TH ST


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