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|information:Bedroom 2: (4RR) Utilities & internet included - $100 exit cleaning fee|
Welcome to Murray Hill, known for its nineteenth century townhouses and renowned nightlife scene, in this fully furnished two bedroom apartment rental on East 37th Street and Lexington Avenue. Situated on the fourth floor (third floor for Europeans) of a low-rise 19th century walk up building, this luxury apartment rental has a stunning interior décor as well as a private balcony and decorative fireplace. In the building there is a complimentary laundry room in the basement.
Please note that this apartment can be rented as either a two bedroom private sublet of the entire unit or as a roommate share situation, where the two bedrooms are rented separately and the common areas are shared.
Upon entrance to your living room, you will notice hardwood floors paired with a stone decorative fireplace, and furnishings including a mounted flat screen cable TV, and a sofa that opens up into a double bed. Your kitchen has sleek white cabinetry and is equipped with an oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, coffeemaker, and toaster. The two bedrooms are decorated with warm colors creating a comfortable atmosphere. They are furnished with a queen bed with bedding and side table, along with large windows ensuring optimal natural light. Bedroom 1 offers access to your private balcony.
Murray Hill is a Manhattan neighborhood known for its boisterous nightlife and hip cafes; inhabited by a mix of college co-eds and young professionals. There is never a dull moment in Murray Hill. Grand Central Terminal is just around the corner (0.5 mi/805 m)! One of the nation’s most historical landmarks, it is known for its grand façade and main concourse, while also being the busiest train station in the country. Also within close reach is one of NYC’s most iconic landmarks: The Chrysler Building (0.3 mi/483 m), an Art Deco style skyscraper and the tallest brick building in the world. If you’re hungry, Hendriks (400 ft/122 m) is a bar and intimate eatery with exposed whitewash bricks, retro lighting, and large open windows it is the perfect place to enjoy dinner or brunch!
The subway at 33 Street/Park Avenue South (0.3 mi/483 m) connects you to Lines 4 and 6, while the subway at 42 Street/Lexington Avenue: Grand Central (0.3 mi/483 m) connects you to the 5, 6, 7, and S lines.
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.