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|information:3 months minimum; Electric is extra; WiFi, gas, heat, water is included ; $250 move-out cleaning|
Welcome to the Upper West Side of New York City, in this one bedroom apartment rental located on 78th Street & West End Avenue. This fully furnished apartment is situated on the fifth floor (Fourth floor for Europeans) of a five-story brownstone walk-up building, and offers you a fantastic location to enjoy and explore Manhattan.
Upon entrance to the living room, the rustic brick wall is paired with a decorative fireplace and hardwood floors. There is a futon couch, and small desk area with seating for two, and a large closet for your storage needs. The kitchen is compact and fully stocked with modern appliances, including a fridge/freezer, oven, coffeemaker, microwave, cabinet space, and plenty of counter space. Your bedroom is spacious, and has a brick wall, hardwood floors, a TV, and a double bed facing your window with NYC street views.
Please note: Pets are allowed on a case by case basis for this apartment.
The Upper West Side of NYC is a beautiful neighborhood filled with appealing churches, immaculate brownstones, well-manicured parks, and trendy cafes and boutiques. One of the most appealing factors of this location, is the apartment’s proximity to Central Park (0.7 mi/1.1 km). The most-visited urban park in the United States, Central Park is the perfect place to lie on the grassy lawns and peer above at the NYC skyline, take your bike down one of the many bike and running paths, or enjoy a historic and informative tour of this famous NYC park. The American Museum of Natural History (0.4 mi/0.6 km) is one of the largest Museums in the world. The museum-complex is comprised of 27 interconnected buildings, and houses 45 permanent exhibition halls, a planetarium, and a library. Be sure to check out Shake Shack (0.4 mi/0.6 km), serving up, in many New Yorkers’ opinions, the best roadside burgers in the city.
The subway at West 79th Street and Broadway (0.2 mi/0.3 km) connects you to lines 1 and 2, making travel through the rest of Manhattan and New York’s other boroughs seamless!