321 E 45TH ST, Apt 3B



Studio, 1 BA

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This charming and spacious north-facing studio features an open living space with three oversized windows overlooking a beautifully landscaped courtyard that bathe the apartment in light all day long. The kitchen is bright and efficient with a dishwasher and plenty of counter and storage space. The home is well-appointed with three large closets and a lovely neutral bathroom. Through the wall A/C is camouflaged by a custom-made hardwood cover.

The Sands is a well-maintained 15 floor co-op building located in Midtown East's Turtle Bay neighborhood. Enjoy the conveniences of midtown Manhattan, including nearby Grand Central and the 4/5/6 trains in addition to easy access to the FDR and East River. Stellar local restaurants include Pennylane Coffee, La Pecora Bianca, The Smith, Crave Fishbar, Naya and Ophelia among others.

321 East 45th Street has a daily part-time doorman from 4pm to midnight, live-in super, shared roof deck with skyline and river views, large central laundry room and additional storage. Co-purchasing, parents buying for children, gifting, and pied-a-terres are allowed. Subletting allowed after 2 years on a case by case basis. Cats permitted but no dogs.

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Courtesy of: Christie's International Real Estate
Property: 321 E 45TH ST


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  • Doorman Doorman
  • Storage Storage
  • Elevator Elevator
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Roof deck Roof deck

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