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|information:$250/month Utilities. $200 Move-out Cleaning Fee. $100 Application Fee|
Experience life on Manhattan’s swanky Upper East Side when you rent this furnished 1 bedroom/1 bath apartment. Located on the 10th floor (9th floor European) of a pet-friendly, mid-rise elevator building with full-time doorman, on-site gym and laundry facilities. The building is located near East 80th Street & 1st Avenue, close to the East River and just a stroll away from Central Park.
This furnished, converted 1 bedroom apartment situates you on the Upper East Side, close to museums, Madison Avenue shopping and plenty of fine dining. The apartment comes fully furnished with parquet hardwood floors and air conditioning throughout. The apartment is decorated in neutral tones with colorful accents. The living room is designed with a dark grey sofa that opens to a twin sofa bed, a coffee table and area rug, the perfect spot to catch your favorite show on the flat screen TV. A cozy dining table for two offers a spot to enjoy a meal in the comfort of your apartment. The kitchen is designed with wood cabinetry and is equipped with stainless steel appliances including refrigerator, gas stove/oven and a convenient dishwasher. The Bedroom is located through frosted French doors where you will find a queen size bed, night tables and a dresser for storage. Linens and towels are provided. The bathroom has a combination bathtub/shower, pedestal sink, vanity mirror and toilet.
The Upper East Side is known for high end boutiques, fine dining and plenty of museums. Along First, Second and Third Avenues you will find shops, groceries, movie theaters, restaurants and bars. Just three blocks away you can enjoy a beer at the Jones Wood Foundry, a wood-paneled British pub, and a block away from the apartment you have Gracie Mews Diner for comfort food close to home as well as Emack & Bolio’s for gourmet ice cream. Spend a day at the museum, The Frick Collection (1.4mi/2.25km away) and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim Museum (.6mi/.96km away) are located in the neighborhood.
The closest subway access can be found at 86th Street & Lexington Avenue (4/5/6 subway lines).