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|information:UNFURNISHED - $250 per month utility charge; Cleaning fee $100|
Located on the corner of East 84th Street and York Avenue, this one-bedroom apartment is found in the heart of the Upper East Side, with a beautiful, exposed brick interior, and elegant layout.
This one-bedroom apartment is found in the area of Yorkville, in the Upper East Side. It happens to be one of Manhattan’s most affluent neighborhoods, with a classis touch throughout. Walking into this one-bedroom apartment, you are greeted with two grand windows and hardwood flooring throughout the entire apartment. To the right-hand side from the living room, you have your kitchen, which is equipped with refrigerator, a four-burner stove with oven, plenty of cabinetry, and a window overlooking the main street. In the bedroom, you have a window, and two closets. In the bathroom you have a tub-shower, water closet, and a sink with a mirror vanity.
The Upper East Side is home to some of Manhattan’s top attractions. These attractions museums, restaurants, high-end designer stores, local boutiques, coffee shops, and probably some of most classic townhouses of all of New York City. On Madison Ave, you have an array of high-end chain fashion stores to go and find a new outfit for dinner at one of the most beautiful restaurants in Manhattan. While you’re at it, don’t forget to grab a cup a coffee from one of the local shops. On any day of the week, you can find yourself hopping from one museum to another, since 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. You may also find it inevitable to walk around Central Park, since it not only a main attraction for everyone, but a secret hiding spot for all Upper East Siders to walk and run in the morning. Explore the rest of New York City by hopping on the N, Q, and R train located on the 86th Street and Second Ave Subway Station, which is just two blocks away from your apartment.