RARE ALCOVE STUDIO WITH CORNER TERRACE
Coveted oversized alcove studio, one of only three apartments in the building with private outdoor space, enjoys sunny open exposures West and North across tree-lined 38th Street. The large, square living room easily accommodates multiple living arrangements and is adjacent to a king-sized sleeping alcove. Both the kitchen and marble and subway tile bath are ...
windowed. The kitchen is outfitted with a mirrored backsplash, stainless appliances and plentiful storage, including a pantry. Closets have been reimagined with Elfa shelving and storage, including an expansive dressing room and a home office with desk at the entrance. The twenty foot corner terrace with charming brick facade is the perfect spot for al fresco dining. Additional niceties include high ceilings, white oak hardwood floors and blackout window treatments.
Ideally situated in the heart of Midtown, in the historic Murray Hill district, this intimate mid-century modern cooperative of 40 apartments has dual entry video intercom security, a live-in superintendent who accepts packages, central laundry, and bicycle and private cage storage (fee). In addition to recently completing a comprehensive exterior capital improvements project including roof replacement, pointing and siding, the building has a new elevator and is now wired for FiOS.
242 East 38th Street residents relish their proximity to Grand Central Station and the Midtown Tunnel, the East River Walk and St. Vartan Park's playground, tennis, handball and basketball courts, Loews Kips Bay IMAX, and many of the city's finest restaurants, boutiques and grocers, including Fairway Market and Trader Joe's. Guarantors, co-purchasing, pied-a-terre ownership and pets permitted.
This studio apartment is also being offered unfurnished for a minimum one year lease term, beginning April 1st. Read More
In 1955, Oscar Peterson played Count Basie. The album went on to become a hidden gem, just as 242 East 38 street has become Murray Hill’s tiny treasure. With its compact lobby and Second Avenue views, the building calls for you to play some jazz while you watch the city’s rhythms unfold.