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New York Furnished Rental Deals *
Located on the corner of East 67th Street and Madison Avenue this contemporary designed and styled, studio apartment is located right in the heart of Manhattan’s famous Upper East Side and is available to sublet or rent short term. In the area of Lenox Hill, one block away from Central Park and endless life and culture, this living experience is the optimal way to experience New York.
The apartment is on the third floor (European second floor) of a 16 story building built in 1926. The building consists of an elevator, and is fully serviced. When you reach the third floor and enter the apartment, you are greeted with a beautifully and contemporarily decorated space. The main living space is equipped with a sofa, a dining table, air conditioning, a TV with cable, and a fully furnished full (double) size bed. To the right of the bed there two big windows, bringing in fresh natural light. The bathroom, which is right by the end of the bed, comes ready for use with a shower- tub, towels, and a water closet. Finally, you make your way to the open kitchen, which includes a refrigerator and freezer, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, a dishwasher, and an oven!
The Upper East side is one of the most iconic areas of New York. This location being on the corner of Madison Ave, is steps away from the best fashion stores in New York. Spend your days window shopping, or have a bite at any of the infamous eateries and café’s nearby. Fancy dinner? Or have coffee over a zoom meeting over coffee? The wide variety and selection of things to do, and food and drink nearby is endless. With Central Park being one block away, you can be sure to utilize all the city has to offer. Going on a your morning walks, channeling the inner child in you and spending time at the zoo, or the New York classic- people watching! Or you can wind down at any of the Museums in the area, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Frick Collection, the Museum Mile. No matter how you live, living in New York’s Upper East Side will give you an abundant experience.