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Located on Manhattan’s hip Lower East Side, this apartment on Norfolk Street and Rivington Street is located at the heart of the action, among numerous trendy bars, restaurants, and boutiques. This penthouse two bedroom is fully furnished and well decorated.
Situated on the fourth floor (third for Europeans) of a four floor low-rise building, characteristic of the neighborhood, this two bedroom apartment features wood floors and custon elegant highlights that extend throughout the apartment. Upon entering, you’ll find your way to the living room by following a hall of bookshelves. The living room features large windows with western exposure and a wraparound couch that offers a comfortable place to relax during the day, or at any time that you might wish to enjoy the complimentary Roku and Netflix that provide entertainment. The kitchen in this apartment is fully equipped with a fridge/freezer, oven, and dishwasher to make your at home cooking a breeze. The backsplash in this kitchen is a beautiful blue white Spanish tile that resembles a mosaic alluding to the Portuguese Azulejo. The first bedroom in this apartment is equipped with a full sized bed and an air conditioning unit to get you through that tough New York summer. Floating shelves and a closet provide additional storage space. The alcove (living room 2 on photos and floorplan) is fitted with a lofted queen bed, under which a desk and storage space can be found. This alcove is also equipped with a television with roku and movies to select from. The second bedroom in this apartment is off of the large living room and features a single bed, which benefits from western exposure and enjoys exposed brick, adding a rustic appeal to the room. This bedroom also features an air-conditioning unit. The bathroom provides a full sized bathtub, WC and sink, while benefiting from a window that keeps the room bright. Marble tiles in this bathroom and antique round mirrors give the bathroom a charm that is echoed throughout the rest of the apartment as well.
Please note that there is a third bedroom in this apartment which will be closed during rentals.
The Lower East Side of Manhattan, especially off of Rivington Street, has become an increasingly trendy part of the city, making it home to galleries, shops, bars, and restaurants that draw in New Yorkers from throughout the city. Bars like Pianos, PEOPLE, and Back Room, offer a vibe for everyone from those seeking an indie act at Pianos (.2mi/300m) to a speakeasy serving cocktails in teacups at Back Room (499ft/150m). Restaurants around the corner offer everything from modern British fare at Wassail (.2mi/350m) to Jewish comfort food at Russ & Daughters Cafe (.2mi/350m). Stop by the Lowline Lab (1.mi/180m), a proposal for the world’s first underground park where natural light is being directed underground to grow trees and grass under the city streets.
The subway station at Delancey Street and Essex Street (.1mi/220m) offers access to the J, M, and Z lines, the F can be accessed at East Broadway (.5mi/800m). These trains will take you all throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
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.