Enjoy your own private room in this gorgeous three-bedroom/2.5 bathroom apartment share, complete with a 1,500 square foot balcony. It has a nicely furnished entrance foyer, which leads to the three bedrooms on the right and to the kitchen and the living room on the left.
The 600 square foot living room is fully furnished with a Scandinavian pine dining set, a wall unit, a large sofa, a coffee table, two armchairs and two large mirrors. The room has a warm glow from the light coming through the windows, which offer a delightful view of the East River. This room also has access to a balcony with a magnificent view of Manhattan.
The separate eat-in-kitchen has pink terra cotta floors and is fully equipped with a refrigerator, a microwave, a coffee maker, and a dishwasher. Hand-painted dishes offer a nice touch for meals eaten in the apartment. From the dining table, there is also a view of Manhattan and the boats on the East River.
The first available bedroom (Bedroom #1) is fully furnished and has a window that lets in the morning sun. It has a single bed, a desk, a chair, a large closet and dresser, and is equipped with a TV with cable, a VCR and a wireless Internet access. Carefully decorated paper lanterns hang from the ceiling to compliment the natural light from the windows. The room has its own central air-conditioning unit.
Right across from this bedroom is the bathroom with a tub/shower and a toilet, shared with the roommates.
The other available bedroom to erent is Bedroom #2, which is larger and offers a private ensuite bathroom with a shower! fully furnished, this room offers a queen size bed with a lovely brass headboard, a dresser and a desk. A double set of windows allows natural light to illuminate the space, and there are closets around the corner for additional storage.
Roosevelt Island is one stop from Midtown Manhattan. The apartment is one block from the subway station, where you can access the F train at Roosevelt Island subway station nearby; it runs down Sixth Avenue, stopping at Times Square, The Village, the Theater District, etc. Once in Manhattan, you are walking distance from the United Nations.
This is a very quiet and residential neighborhood known for its international community; a lot of United Nations members reside here. There are everyday conveniences (i.e., bank, post office, cleaners, a large Greek coffee shop, Italian and Japanese restaurants) and a promenade also runs around the whole island where people jog or stop to picnic or BBQ. A red bus also goes around the entire community, making speedy and easy transportation another benefit. The apartment is also a short walk from the Tram, which runs to Manhattan in 4 minutes and is a short walk Bloomingdales, restaurants and a movie theater.