Tudor City, the Turtle Bay apartment complex built in the 1920s, is known for its tiny, affordably priced apartments. This one comes from 45 Tudor City Place, which holds a whopping 403 units over 25 stories. Despite the small space, there are charming interior details, like dark hardwood flooring and beamed ceilings, and the owner has added some extra touches to maximize space. It’s now on the market asking $329,000 after selling in 2006 for $280,000.
A wall of shelving has been added for more storage space–a must in small living quarters. The studio does come with a perk in the form of a walk-in closet.
On the back wall of the apartment there’s enough room for a bed and a kitchen nook. All you’ve got room for, though, is a stovetop burner and a mini-fridge.
But if you don’t mind getting cozy within this studio, it’s an affordable price for a Midtown East locale walking distance from Grand Central Terminal. Plus, building amenities include a doorman, full-time super, handyman service, central laundry, bike room, common storage and rooftop deck. At least up on the roof there will be space to spread out!
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