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|Aug 17 2023||Sep 01 2023||2||
|information:Utilities, internet and once a month housekeeping included (2.5 months minimum lease required)|
|Sep 01 2023||open||2||
|information:Utilities, internet and once a month housekeeping included|
You will be positioned in the center of the Big Apple at this 2-bedroom/1-bathroom furnished apartment near East 37th Street and Lexington Avenue in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan’s Midtown East. The apartment is located on the 2nd floor (same as the 1st floor in Europe), in a low-rise, walk-up building with a security system. In the building, there is a complimentary laundry room in the basement.
NOTE: This property is available as a full, private 2-bedroom apartment and when the whole apartment is not rented, it is available as a roommate share — where you rent just one of the bedrooms and share the common areas (kitchen and bathroom) with another roommate.
The modernly styled 2-bedroom/1-bathroom apartment is sleek and sophisticated with hardwood floors throughout and furnished with everything you need to feel right at home. The living room has a charming stone fireplace as well as a sofa that opens to a double sofa bed for guests, and a glass coffee table. Lounge by the fireplace and watch the flat-screen TV. The open layout kitchen gives a spacious, open feel to the place and is designed with dark cabinets and stainless-steel appliances including a convenient dishwasher and the luxury of a wine refrigerator. Bar stool seats are found at the countertop where you can enjoy a meal. Bedroom 1 is furnished with a queen-size bed with night tables beside it, along with a full-length mirror and a desk and chair, perfect for working or studying at home. Plenty of windows provide natural light. In Bedroom 2, you will find a double-size bed placed near the window, along with an office desk and chair. The bathroom is designed with a glass-enclosed shower, along with a sink, toilet, and vanity mirror.
Murray Hill is a residential neighborhood within Manhattan’s Midtown East. There are plenty of restaurants and supermarkets along Second and Third Avenues in this area for all your dining needs. You will also be close to Grand Central Station where you can catch the cross-townshuttle subway and the 7 line to reach the West Side of Manhattan or head east to Queens. If you want to explore outside of the city, hop on a MetroNorth train and take a day or weekend trip to Westchester, Upstate New York, or Connecticut. The Morgan Library & Museum (225 Madison Avenue between 36th & 37th Streets) is an exhibition venue for fine art, literature, and music. It hosts a variety of musical performances, lectures, readings, films, and family programs. 230 FIFTH (230 Fifth Avenue) is a rooftop garden bar and restaurant offering panoramic city views.
Additional subway access can be found at 33rd Street / Park Avenue South (6 subway line) and 42nd Street / Lexington Avenue : Grand Central Station (4/5/6/7/S subway lines).