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|Apr 30 2023||open||2||
|information:+$450 admin fee + Additional utilities ($250/month) + $200 move-out cleaning fee.|
Crafted with singular vision, this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom furnished apartment is located on the first floor (equivalent to the ground floor in Europe) of a 10-story building. This Upper East Side, Manhattan building has a security system. It sits at the East 75th Street and 2nd Avenue intersection. Inside, this New York City rental truly goes above and beyond. Every aspect of the space makes a contemporary aesthetic statement.
The fully furnished rental has a washing machine and a dryer in addition to standard furnishings. In the bedroom, windows reach nearly wall-to-wall and allow natural light to fill the space. Here there is a double bed, a desk, and an air conditioning unit. Sandy-blonde hardwood floors—found throughout the apartment except in the bathroom—amplify the effect of a glowing atmosphere. Frosted glass separates the bedroom from the main room, saving and diffusing the sunlight. In the open kitchen, an oven, a fridge with freezer, and a microwave allow you to live out your culinary ambitions. Also in the kitchen, the washing machine and dryer allow you to wash out your dirty clothes. In the living room, a TV, sofa, and dining table with stools complete the furnishing. In bold style, the tiled bathroom appears to be chiseled out of stone. It has a shower and is smartly located near the front door.
This apartment building sits comfortably between Roosevelt Island and Central Park. A straight shot four blocks west on 75th Street will bring you to the park. The nearby entrance leads to a statue depicting Alice and other characters from Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland. Three blocks and a splash east on 75th Street will bring you to Roosevelt Island. (But the City of New York would likely prefer that you avoid the splash and use the Roosevelt Island Tramway, located on 59th Street and 2nd Avenue or use the F train, which you can board at the Lexington Avenue/63rd Street Subway Station). While you are in the area, pop in to the Society of Illustrators, located across the Lexington Avenue/63rd Street intersection.
When you leave the apartment headed for the subway, you have two choices fewer than four blocks away: the 77th Street Subway Station on Lexington Avenue to the north, where the 4 and 6 trains come and go, and the 72nd Street Station on 2nd Avenue, where the N, Q, and R trains rumble in and out.