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A five-story townhouse at 115 East 37th Street, located between Park and Lexington Avenues in Manhattan’s Murray Hill Historic District, was sold in an all cash transaction valued at $3,000,000.

Originally built in 1861, the ornately detailed Italianate-style townhouse is approximately 5,620 square feet and sits on a 21’ x 99’ lot.  The building has five sizable free market apartments.

 The ground and parlor floors consist of a four-bedroom, 2,470 square foot (approx.) duplex unit that benefits from 14’ ceiling heights on the parlor floor, two highly detailed marble trimmed fireplaces, and a private garden. The third floor consists of a three-bedroom, floor-through unit with an updated kitchen and bathroom. There is a 10’ x 15’ patio leading off the rear bedroom. The fourth floor is divided into a studio and one-bedroom unit. The fifth floor consists of a floor-through, three-bedroom unit.

In addition, the property is conveniently located near Grand Central Terminal providing excellent public transportation options within close walking distance.

“With tremendous interest from many different lawyers this estate sale proved to be successful even though there were hurdles to overcome towards the end of the marketing campaign,” said Massey Knakal Vice Chairman and Partner John F. Ciraulo who exclusively handled this transaction with Vice President of Sales Thomas D. Gammino Jr.

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Neighborhoods: Murray Hill/ Agents: John Ciraulo