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This 2-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom furnished apartment can be found in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan. Located near the crossing of East 40th Street and 2nd Avenue, this furnished rental sits on the 26th floor (equivalent to 25th floor in Europe) of a doorman building. The building features an elevator, laundry facilities, and a pool. The apartment features a balcony with city views.
Hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows adorn the living room which contains a sofa, dining table, television, desk, bookshelf, and air conditioning. The kitchen, adorned with granite-patterned countertops, comes equipped with a fridge, freezer, oven, toaster, microwave, coffeemaker, and dishwasher. Both bedrooms are also lined with hardwood floors. The first bedroom includes a king-size bed, dresser, two nightstands, and air conditioning. A queen-size bed, nightstand, closet, and air conditioning make up the second bedroom. There is a full bathroom, decorated with white tile walls, that includes a shower and tub and there is an additional half bathroom.
Berkeley College is located 0.6 miles (around 1 km) from the apartment. Many grocery stores and restaurants serving Asian cuisine can be found within a five-block radius of the apartment. St. Vartan Park, found 0.3 miles (around 500 meters) from the rental, is an ideal spot for sports lovers featuring baseball and football fields as well as basketball and handball courts. In the heart of Midtown Manhattan lies the iconic Bryant Park, 0.6 miles (around 1 km) from the apartment. This is the spot for ice skating at Winter Village during the winter months, free movies on the lawn during the summer months, and various other activities such as chess, fitness classes, birding tours, and more.
Access to train lines 4, 5, 6, 7, and S of the New York City subway system is offered at the Grand Central Terminal, located 0.4 miles (around 650 meters) away near the corner of 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue.