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In Manhattan’s Union Square neighborhood you will find this charming 1 bedroom/1 bath furnished apartment in a low rise building with security system. Located near 14th Street and 3rd Avenue, this apartment has a prime location just one block from lively Union Square Park, where there’s always something exciting happening!
This fully furnished apartment has wood floors throughout and comes with WiFi, linens, towels, and cookware and a professional cleaning service is available for your convenience. The living room of this delightful apartment has a colorful sofa that opens to a full size sofa bed for guests, a coffee table and flat screen, wall mounted HD TV. A glass door separates it from the rest of the apartment, adding privacy. The bedroom is decorated in a muted, dreamy color palette and has a queen sized bed with chandelier above, night tables, an armchair and large standing mirror. Large windows envelop the room with natural light while classic details and mouldings add that New York character. The bathroom has both tub and shower options, along with vanity and under sink storage. The kitchen has convenient roll-away chopping block table providing extra countertop space if you’re hosting guests for dinner, and a bistro table that seats four. Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s grocery stores plus the Union Square Greenmarket (where you can find local produce and artisanal foods) are all just a short walk from the apartment, so you’ll surely be inspired to put your kitchen and all those great fresh ingredients to use!
The Union Square area of Manhattan combines the best of Manhattan, with an array of shopping along 14th Street and 5th Avenue, great dining options in the Gramercy area and a real neighborhood vibe. The avenues in the area are bustling with shops and restaurants while the side streets are quaint and quiet like a peaceful neighborhood somewhere outside of busy Manhattan. Head to Union Square Park for a relaxing respite with the friendly neighborhood squirrels, check out the local artists or latest protest in the park, or do some shopping at the greenmarket or a local street fair that you can always stumble upon in this energetic area. When you work up an appetite, Blue Water Grill is a neighborhood favorite for delicious seafood served in a historic former bank building alongside Union Square or head to The Coffee Shop where locals and NYU students alike go for casual dining, people watching and late night drinks.
Convenient subway access can be found just steps away at 14th Street/Union Square where you have the choice of 4, 5, 6, N. Q, R, and L lines.