220 East 30th Street
Third Avenue and Second Avenue Murray Hill
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FLOORS 2 & 3
3 BEDROOMS 2 AND ONE HALF BATHROOMS, DUPLEX WITH WASHER/DRYER AND 2 FIREPLACES.
ONE BEDROOM WITH ONE BATH.
MEDICAL OFFICE WITH 2 EXAMINING ROOM AND 2 OFFICE ROOMS 1 AND ONE HALF BATHROOM, RECEPRION AREA. FINISHED BASEMENT. EXCESS TO THE GARDEN.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,628
- Cable ready
Classic circa 1899 T W O F A M I L Y T O W N H O U S E with professional space on garden level. Located on a beautiful tree-lined street. This 4-story house is 18'9"x48' and landscaped backyard is 18'9"x41".
Garden level has a doctor's office with 1 1/2 bathrooms, finished basement and access to the backyard.Parlor level offers a one bedroom apartment with one bathroom, 11' Ceilings Fireplace, Washer/Dryer and access to the backyard. Second and third floors offer a 3 bedroom duplex apartment with 2 1/2 bathrooms, two fireplaces and washer/dryer.*This townhouse underwent a full gut renovation in early 90s including electric and plumbing. In addition the roof was replaced 5 years ago.
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