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In the Upper East Side of Manhattan, near 2nd Avenue and 78th Street, this furnished 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment has a total size of 470 square-feet (around 43 m2). It is on the 3rd floor (equivalent to the 2nd floor in Europe) of a no-elevator New York building.
The apartment design includes an open kitchen that fuses with a living room to create one main room that could be a central hub for any New York life. There is a TV, table, sofa, hardwood flooring, air conditioning, a wood-top eating table, and a window. The kitchen side includes a washing machine and a dryer, a refrigerator and a freezer, and an oven. The kitchen has marble-patterned walls and countertops that complement the apartment aesthetic.
The bedroom has a glass studying table, air conditioning, and a large closet. The bathroom has gray tiled walls and a glass panel door to the shower, as well as a mirror above the sink. There are recessed lighting fixtures spread throughout the apartment and the windows have a distinct wood framing that makes them unique.
This area of the Upper East Side is dense with eateries of a large variety; Chinese noodles, Italian pizza, Thai food, Mexican food, and sports bar fun can all be found inside a 3-block radius of the rental. Just 0.6 miles, or around 1 km, west is Central Park, one of the biggest tourist attractions world-wide and a national historic landmark. It is known for its size, landscapes, and biologically diverse ecosystem. A bit further north is the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1.1 miles away (around 1.7 kilometers), one of the most famous buildings in the world that exhibits modern paintings and sculptures.
Explore the city through 77th Street and Lexington Avenue subway station, where the 6 train line runs, four blocks from the apartment. You also have the option to take the Q line at 86th Street and 2nd Avenue, 0.3 miles away or around 500 meters, or to take the 4, 5, and 6 lines at 86th Street and Lexington Avenue, 0.7 miles (around 1.1 km) from the apartment.