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|information:UNFURNISHED - $250 per month utility charge; Cleaning fee $100|
Located on the corner of East 60th Street and Second Ave, this two-bedroom apartment is located in the classic neighborhood of the Upper East Side. Minutes away from Madison Ave, 5th Ave, Central Park, and the East River, you will have the opportunity to walk and explore everything around you.
No neighborhood is more traditional and classic than the Upper East Side. Located on the first floor (ground floor) of four floors in a 1910 building, this apartment is a modern design in a classic neighborhood. Walking into the two-bedroom apartment, you are greeted with three grand windows which are in the main living space. In this apartment you have an open concept living, and the kitchen is found next to the living room. In the living room you have a fireplace found in the middle of the apartment. In the kitchen you have a refrigerator, a four-burner stove with an oven, and a dishwasher. The bedrooms are a perfect size to fit a full-size and queen size bed, respectively, and both beds come with a window and a fireplace in the second bedroom. In the bathroom, you have a tub-shower, sink and water closet. This apartment is also covered in hardwood floors.
This apartment is located in the Upper East Side, near anything one could possibly ask for. Next to high-end chain fashion stores, local boutiques, fancy and modern restaurants, this one-bedroom apartment offers you the option of exploration any time of day. On top of that, the Upper East Side is home to Museum Mile. Museum Mile is a mile long (1.6 km in European) stretch on Fifth Ave offering you six different museums all within close proximity. These museums are El Museo del Barrio, Museum of the City of New York, The Jewish Museum, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Roosevelt Island, located in the East River, it’s one of Manhattan’s best kept secret places to visit. No one ever really talks about it, and this is what makes it great, because other than its residents, you will get a top of the art local experience here. Reachable by train, ferry, and car, you can visit Roosevelt Island with the tramway, which starts form right at the corner of your apartment. Spend the day there exploring, eating and walking, and in the spring enjoy the cherry blossoms.
To see more of New York City, two blocks away you have your two nearest subway stations, Lexington Ave and 59th Street subway stations, offering you lines N, R, W, 4, 5, and 6.