320 E 42nd St, Apt 1814


Murray Hill

Studio, 1 BA

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Brightly lit South Facing, Sun Drenched, 350 sqft., 1-bathroom studio apartment in elegant Murray Hill co-op residence. Stylish interior finishes include gorgeous hardwood flooring throughout; pristine white walls; expansive double windows ushering in ample natural light; and adjoining kitchen space boasting tasteful tiled back splash, white wood cabinetry, and stainless steel microwave and refrigerator. The home's bathroom space features well-lit vanity, tiled walls and flooring, and combination shower/bath tub. Included in the monthly maintenance is electric, heat and hot water.

This apartment is located in the Woodstock Tower residence at 320 East 42nd Street. This is an historic, pre-war building built in 1929, but carefully refurbished since then. Residents of the Woodstock enjoy the experience of living in an historic residence while also having access to a host of modern amenities, including a private courtyard garden; friendly 24/7 front desk and housekeeping staff; residents-only gym and fitness center; and laundry facilities. Nearby highlights include the iconic Chrysler Building, the lush gardens at Tudor City Greens, the United Nations complex, and Grand Central Station.

  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: KWNYC Midtown
Property: 320 E 42nd St

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  • Bike storage Bike storage
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  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Pre war Pre war

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