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|information:2 months min. $300 per month for electric, gas, WIFI and TV services; Cleaning fee is $135|
Settle into the sophisticated Upper East Side at this furnished studio apartment on the 4th floor (equivalent to the 3rd floor European) of a low-rise walk-up building located near 81st Street & 1st Avenue in Manhattan.
This cozy Upper East Side furnished studio apartment is the perfect landing spot for a stay in New York City. The apartment has wood floors throughout and is conveniently furnished with all you could need for your stay. Designed in gray tones, pictures of the NYC skyline and landmarks immerse you in the feeling of living like a local. The living room area offers a comfortable place to lounge with a wall-mounted flat screen TV and a couch that conveniently opens to double bed. There’s also a desk and chair for getting some work or studying done. At one end of the studio you’ll find the kitchen, equipped with all the essentials including stove/oven, microwave and refrigerator. A wood dining table for two fits nicely in the corner by the kitchen for when you want to save on your dining budget. At the opposite end of the studio you can relax in the queen size bed and store away your belongings in the dresser provided. The pink and gray retro bathroom has both tub and shower options, mirrored vanity, sink and toilet. Linens and towels are provided.
The Upper East Side has plenty of designer shopping along Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue. Take a stroll to Museum Mile and discover your favorite museum along this section of 5th Avenue. You’ll also find Central Park as you head west, where you can get some exercise in or just enjoy a stroll among nature in the city. Feeling hungry? Stop by Luke’s Lobster Upper East Side (.1mi/.16km away) and try their famous lobster roll or settle in at Uva (.2mi/.32km away) for a night of wine and Italian bites. Speaking of authentic Italian, you can’t beat the pizza at San Matteo Pizzeria e Cucina on 81st Street & 2nd Avenue. On the way home you’ll find delectable desserts at Two Little Red Hens in the Yorkville section of the Upper East Side.
The closest subway access can be found at 86 Street / Lexington Avenue (4/5/6 subway lines), 86th Street/2nd Avenue (Q line) and 77 Street/Lexington Ave (6 line).