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|information:Utilities: $300 per month (electric, gas, WIFI and TV services); Exit cleaning fee is $150|
Live like a local in Manhattan’s most affluent neighborhood with this one-bedroom apartment in the Upper East Side! Boasting neighbors like Woody Allen and nearby attractions such as Central Park, it always offers something exciting to experience.
Located on 94th Street and 1st Avenue, this lovely one-bedroom home offers charming décor and modern furnishings. It is on the 2nd floor (considered 1st in Europe) of a 6-story walkup prewar building. Though there is only one bedroom, living room 2 is furnished as an additional alcove with a bed. For your privacy, a security system is in place.
This trendy apartment presents parquet floors, exposed brick wall, and basic accessories for your everyday comfort. Furnishings include 1 queen and 1 double size beds and a full-sized convertible sofa bed (in living room 1), small dining table for quick meals, and ample closet space. A cable television is located in each room except the kitchen and bathroom.
The nicely sized kitchen provides most essential cooking appliances, and a large window for ventilation.
Please Note: Living Room 2 is only 6' wide, and therefore it is too small to consider a bedroom. However, it is fully furnished as one.
This home in New York’s Upper East Side sits in a visually stunning, upper class community of Manhattan near a plethora of museums, cultural institutions, and parks (not to mention just down the street from the East River). For all your laundry needs walk to 95th Street Cleaners. For anything pharmacy-related take a stroll to Rite Aid Pharmacy on 2nd Ave. Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the area.
For public transportation via the subway walk to 96 Street and Lexington Avenue serving the 6 train. 0.4mi/650m.
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.