Listing images by Ben Fitchett
Tudor City, the Turtle Bay apartment complex built in the 1920s, is known for its tiny apartments that are priced to match. While this studio at 25 Tudor City Place doesn’t offer a lot of extra space, the unit comes with a generously-sized kitchenette, a new renovation, and views of the private and lush Tudor City park. It’s now on the market for $345,000 after selling in 2014 for $272,500.
The living area features beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and west-facing windows overlooking Tudor City park. Swap out the regular bed for a Murphy and you’ll get a bit more usable space to spread out during the day.
Though pint-sized, the kitchenette in this unit is equipped with a full-size refrigerator, a built-in microwave, and even a dishwasher. The bar counter is extendable and almost doubles in size.
The bathroom is recently renovated and features a storage-friendly vanity.
For an added bonus, electricity is already included in the monthly maintenance fees. Aside from the great Midtown location right next to the United Nations and just three blocks from Grand Central, the building also offers a full-time doorman and concierge, central laundry, bike storage, and a gym across the street.
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Listing images by Ben Fitchett; courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Tudor City