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Live like a trendy local in the LES (lower east side) of Manhattan with this furnished one-bedroom apartment!
Located on Ludlow Street and Stanton Street, the one bedroom accommodation is on the 4th floor (considered 3rd in Europe) of a 5-story walk-up prewar building. Set in a lofty style, it offers lovely prewar qualities such as exposed brick walls and spans nearly 1100 sqft (about 102 sqm).
Accessories that add elegance to the classic NYC loft-style abode include built-in bookshelves, a modern sofa and glass coffee table. There is a spacious bedroom spanning approximately 450sqft (41.8sqm) which includes a queen-sized bed, desk for workspace and expansive windows. In the well-equipped kitchen, tenants will find stainless steel appliances and a custom wooden countertops for easy meal preparation! The bathroom has a classic clawfoot tub and more lovely wood counters. However note that the walls do not fully extend to the ceiling, to allow in natural light from the living room windows.
New York’s Lower East Side is one of the trendiest areas of the Big Apple, especially among locals. Once known as a place for starving artists, the community has gone through an amazing transformation and now offers some of the best bars and restaurants in the city. At this home, all basic living facilities and shops are in short walking distance – including the nearest Laundromat at 137 Allen Street (Tian Tian Laundromat, 0.2mi/250m) and the closest pharmacy at 100 Delancey Street (Duane Reade, 0.1mi/240m). Listed below are just some suggestions of what to do in the area.
For easy public transportation around NYC walk to the Delancey Street and Essex Street subway station serving lines F, J, M, Z. 0.2mi/300m.
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.