See Stone Phillips’s New NYC Pad

The former Dateline anchor purchased a Murray Hill co-op for $3.15 million, reports The Observer.

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The former Dateline anchor purchased a Murray Hill co-op for $3.15 million, reports The Observer.
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The residence was on the market for only one day.
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The home offers panoramic views of the Chrysler building.
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The living and dining room span 45 feet of the open floor plan.
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The building was built in 1932 and has 268 units and 26 stories.
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The kitchen boasts a deep farm sink and black-and-white checkered flooring.
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The home includes three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
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