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This beautiful 450-ft² (42 m²) studio apartment is located in Murray Hill, an area within the Midtown East neighborhood of Manhattan. It is on the third floor (considered the 2nd floor by European) of a five-story walk-up. The townhouse was built in the 1920’s and has a buzzer-video intercom security system at the main entrance. During your stay, you will have access to internet access and cable programming, as well as cleaning services that are available at an additional cost.
The air-conditioned unit features hardwood floors, 10-ft (3m) high ceilings, and three south-facing windows that overlook the street and allow in the natural daylight. The living area has a lovely wood burning fireplace with a 50” (127cm) wall-mounted flat-screen plasma TV and DVD player above it. The space is furnished in a modern and minimalist fashion with a large white sofa and two matching single sofas facing a coffee table. There is also a side table, a dining table that seats two guests, and a queen-size Murphy bed (which can fold into the wall to provide additional space). The elegant open kitchen has black cabinets with chrome hardware and gorgeous marble counters. It is equipped with stainless steel Bosch appliances, including a practical dishwasher, as well as cooking utensils. The bathroom is lined with white tiles along its floors and walls, and contains a toilet, shower stall with a rainfall shower head, vanity sink with ample cupboard space underneath, and wall-mounted mirror. Near the entrance, you will conveniently find a washer & dryer inside a closet, as well as additional closet space where you can store your belongings.
Situated on 36th Street and Lexington Avenue, this studio apartment is within close proximity of many of the Big Apple’s most popular venues. Walk 7 blocks to Bryant Park and the New York Public Library and about 9 blocks to Times Square. Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue (respectively 2 and 3 blocks away) are both lined with high-end fashion boutiques and flagship department stores that offer an upscale shopping experience that’s not to be missed! Among the diverse dining options in the area, try Ravagh Persian Grill (9 blocks), Josie’s Restaurant (3 blocks), and Wolfgang’s Steakhouse (4 blocks.) Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall are about a mile (1.6km) away in Midtown Center, with the Museum of Modern Art just a few blocks further north. Other nearby neighborhoods worth visiting are Chelsea, Gramercy, and the Garment District.
To explore the rest of New York City, including the outer boroughs, take advantage of the affordable mass transit system. The two closest subway stations are 33 Street / Park Avenue South (on line 6) and the iconic Grand Central Terminal on 42 Street / Lexington Avenue, which provides access to lines 4,5,6, 7, and S, not to mention the opportunity for a great photo op!
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.
Review by: Lynne A.,
Aug 08 2015
From: United States,
Apartment Rental: 4 months
I loved my apartment. It was updated with all of the latest furnishing and the kitchen and bathroom had very high end appliances and fixtures. The apartment owner was also the building owner. He and his brother were great. Any issue that I had they were able to attend to it immediately. The only reason that I gave the Quiet/Loud section a 4 is because of the truck noise right outside my window. There is a traffic light at 36th and Lexington. You do get used to it though! Thank you, I had a great experience. I also loved the neighborhood.