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|information:2.5 month min - Price subject to change; $300 for Electric, Cable & Internet; $300 exit cleaning fee|
Welcome to the Upper West Side of Manhattan from this fully furnished one bedroom apartment rental with a sleeping alcove on Columbus Avenue and 97th Street. This luxury apartment is situated in a 19th century elevator building with laundry, and a private balcony.
The interior of this listing has a bright and contemporary feel. The full-wall windows lead onto your private balcony and supply plenty of bright natural light to the room. There are parquet hardwood floors lining the interior of the apartment, and the living room is furnished with two sofas, a dining table with seating for six, a mounted flat screen Cable TV, and air conditioning. The living room leads into the open kitchen, which has mahogany cabinetry and is equipped with a fridge, freezer, oven, dishwasher, toaster, coffeemaker, and microwave. Bedroom 1 has large windows with uptown views, parquet hardwood floors, and is furnished with a King-sized bed with bedding, a Cable TV, and closet space. Living Room 2 is a separate sleeping alcove that is furnished with a Queen-sized bed with sheets, and has A/C.
The Upper West Side of NYC is an uptown neighborhood that is known for its plethora of stunning homes, plentiful greenspaces (especially for being located in prime Manhattan), and plenty of opportunities to indulge in your cultural curiosity. Enjoy some classic Indian food at Awadh (0.4 mi/550 m), specializing in slow-cooked Awadhi dishes plus wine and tea in a stylish, modern space. Get a workout and have some fun at the Wang Chen Table Tennis Club (0.4 mi/650 m), a popular spot for New Yorkers to get their fix of table tennis, or locally known as ‘ping pong.’ The New York Public Library (0.2 mi/290 m) is directly around the corner, offering an incredible selection of books right at your fingertips.
The subway at 96 Street / Broadway (0.4 mi/700 m) serves the 1, 2, and 3 lines; and the subway at 96 Street / Central Park West (0.3 mi/500 m) serves lines A, B, and C.