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This furnished 2 bedroom apartment is located on the 2nd floor (equivalent to the 1st floor European) of a high-rise elevator building with 24-hour doorman located near East 86th Street & 2nd Avenue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. This pet-friendly building features sophisticated amenities including concierge, children’s playroom, on-site fitness center and indulgent indoor pool.
This New York furnished 2 bedroom apartment is decorated in white and beige with herringbone parquet wood floors. The living room offers a comfortable place to lounge with sectional sofa, coffee table, area rug and a flat screen wall-mounted cable TV for entertainment. A generous outdoor terrace space allows you to entertain guests outside or just bask in the open air. A dining table for four offers space for enjoying home cooked meals. The open kitchen is fully equipped and styled with all-white cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances including stove/oven, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker and dishwasher. The first bedroom (Bedroom 1) provides a spacious king size bed, night table and a flat screen TV, while the second bedroom (Bedroom 2) provides a double bed and night table as well as access to the terrace. The all-white, spa-like tile and marble bathroom has both tub and glass shower options. A stacked washer/dryer unit is conveniently located in a closet in the apartment. Linens and towels are provided.
This apartment is located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan with access to multiple subway lines. Designer boutiques can be found along Madison Avenue while Fifth Avenue offers plenty of museums and access to Central Park. Local groceries include Fairway Market (.1mi/.16km away) and Whole Foods (.2mi/.32km away). For dining out, check out Infirmary (.1mi/.16km away) for Cajun/Creole cuisine and cocktails or Mughlai Indian Cuisine (.1mi/.16km away) for delicious tikka masala and curry dishes.
The closest subway access can be found at 86 Street / Lexington Avenue (4/5/6 subway lines) and 86 Street /2nd Avenue (Q line).