Andy Warhol used to haunt this East 42nd Street pad back in the day, when he’d hang here with its former owner, the late Tina Fredericks, a magazine editrix credited with launching his career. You can living in this haunting abode for a staggering price of $539k .
In 1949, Fredericks was one of the first to buy Warhol’s art: a drawing of an orchestra.
The one-bedroom co-op, priced at $539k , is currently owned by award-winning interior designer Kittie Lonsdale.
The listing broker is Julia Hoagland, of Compass.