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New York Furnished Rental Deals *
Perfectly situated bright private four bedroom, two bathroom apartment conveniently located on the Upper East Side near Lenox Hill. Between East 67th Street and Madison Avenue, the building is located in a prime area for many local and tourist attractions. This unit is located on the fourth floor (same as the third floor in Europe). The mid-rise pre-war building includes an elevator and full lock security system and washer/dryer in the unit.
Walking into this fully furnished luxurious apartment you are greeted with open space and bright window light reflecting off the kitchen island countertop showing the marble finish. The kitchen appliances include a fridge and freezer, microwave, oven, coffee maker, and a dishwasher for easy cleanup. The open layout connects the kitchen to the living room to enjoy eating, entertainment, and working from home. The living room includes a sofa, reading chair, A/C, TV, and Cable. Bedrooms 1, 2, 3, and 4 all are fully furnished with a contemporary finish and a full-size bed, sheets, A/C, and a large window. Full Bathrooms 1 and 2 have a tub-shower and curtains, mirror vanity, sink with space underneath it for storage, and a window.
There is something for everyone on the Upper East Side! Whether you're looking for a park, restaurant, and bar everything is walkable.This apartment is located on the outskirts of Central Park, just a block away (.1 mi/160m). Specifically close to the Central Park Zoo and Billy Johnson Playground. Great for a walk, run, bike ride, time spent in the greenery or on a bench. Bring friends or come alone. For a quick bite nearby, Tony?s Dragon Grille (.3mi/ 482m) is an outdoor food truck specializing in grab-&-go Greek eats, including lamb gyros & chicken souvlaki. If you have ever watched The Nanny, The Sheffield House (.5mi/ 804m) is an iconic tourist attraction in Lenox Hill very close walk to Central Park.
There are dozens of restaurants, shops, and bars on the Upper East Side and throughout the city! Walk to the nearest subway station, 68 Street / Lexington Avenue: Hunter College (.2mi/ 320 m) to explore all that the city has to offer.