212 E 48TH ST, Apt 3C

$775,000

Midtown

2 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

4

Rooms

Maintenance
$3,164

[If you're interested in learning more about this property - please call. I am available to walk you through in a virtual way for any 1st time showing requests. I have all building documentation via electronic means.Should you be interested further, we can discuss the protocol for in person showings] Elegant and gracious two bedroom home on a historic Turtle Bay block. Impressive and well-proportioned rooms are adorned by over-sized windows, beamed ceilings and old world detail. Residence 3C has a working wood-burning fireplace, particularly large windows compared to other units in this building, generous dining area and sunny protected views of luscious treetops and Turtle Bay Gardens historic townhomes. A windowed kitchen includes custom cabinetry, Wolf gas range and other top of the line stainless steel appliances. A windowed bathroom is in excellent condition. 212 E 48th Street is ideally positioned within walking distance to most Midtown employers, the Theater District, the UN, Midtown shopping, restaurants, Whole Foods, Amish Market & Farmer's Market. It is a charming, prewar building that is located on a quiet tree-lined townhouse block and in close proximity to Grand Central and all available subway and bus lines. There is a 24 hour doorman and a live-in super. Pieds-a-terre and co-purchasers are considered. Pets are allowed.

Courtesy of: Brown Harris Stevens
Property: 212 E 48TH ST

1923

Year Built

46

Apartments

10

Stories

  • Doorman Doorman
  • Elevator Elevator
  • Pre war Pre war

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