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This furnished 1 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 posh amenities including concierge services, children’s playroom, on-site fitness center and luxurious indoor pool.
This New York furnished 1 bedroom apartment is decorated in relaxed, neutral tones with parquet hardwood floors and a spacious outdoor terrace where you can unwind in the fresh air. The cozy living room offers a comfortable place to lounge on the love seat by the flat screen wall-mounted cable TV. The sofa opens to a sofa bed, making it convenient for hosting guests. The kitchen is open to the living room, making it perfect for entertaining, and is styled with white cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances including stove/oven, microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher. A counter-top area with bar stools makes for a casual dining spot. The Bedroom provides a spacious king size bed, dresser and night table and the terrace is accessible from here. The all-white tile and marble bathroom has both tub and shower options. A convenient laundry washer/dryer is located within the unit, tucked away in a closet.
This apartment is located on the residential Upper East Side of Manhattan where you can find Fairway Market (.1mi/.16km away) and Whole Foods (.2mi/.32km away) for all your grocery needs. Take advantage of the proximity to Central Park (directly west from the building) to get your exercise routine in while enjoying the natural setting. For a cozy, dimly-lit lounge to chill out at, complete with exposed brick walls and glamorous chandeliers, check out The Auction House (.1mi/.16km away), while Drunken Munkey NYC (.3mi/.48km away) surprisingly serves up bold flavored Indian food along with drinks.
The closest subway access can be found at 86 Street / Lexington Avenue (4/5/6 subway lines) and 86 Street /2nd Avenue (Q line).