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This two-bedroom, two-bathroom furnished apartment is located in Sutton Place on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. On the corner of 58th Street and 1st Avenue, this apartment is on the 15th floor (same as the 14th floor in Europe) of a high-rise building. The building has a doorman, an elevator, laundry facilities, and a gym.
Hardwood flooring and contemporary accent walls create an inviting, unified space in this furnished rental. Just shy of 1200 square feet (around 111 m2), there are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and a separate kitchen. The first bedroom has a king-size bed and the second has a queen-size bed and a private bathroom with a shower. The main bathroom has a bath and shower, as well as a hairdryer and iron. In the kitchen, you will find tile flooring and stainless-steel appliances like an oven, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, toaster, and Nespresso machine. The living and dining room is furnished with a sofa, a chair, a coffee table, a TV, and a dining set.
Nestled underneath the Queensborough Bridge, Sutton Place offers seclusion and riverfront views within the greater neighborhood of the Upper East Side. You will find restaurants, shopping, grocery stores, and playgrounds, all within half a mile (around 0.8 km) of this furnished rental. Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods Market both have locations one block away. Central Park is just under a mile (around 1.6 km) away. The East River and Roosevelt Island are easily accessible as well.
For subway service to the rest of New York City, you can catch the 6 and M trains on 51st Street and Lexington Avenue. The 59th Street and Lexington Avenue Subway Station has more options, serving the 4, 5, and 6 lines and the N, Q, R lines. Both stations are around half a mile (around 0.8 km) away.