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|information:Bedroom 2 with private Bathroom. Minimum 8 months rental. Utilities Not Included.|
You will find this fully furnished room for rent with private bathroom on the Upper East Side of the New York City borough of Manhattan. It is located at the corner of 86th Street and 2nd Avenue, on the 8th floor of a high-rise elevator building with doorman, laundry facilities and on-site gym.
Please note that this is a bedroom for rent in a shared apartment. While the bedroom and bathroom are your private spaces, the kitchen and balcony are shared with a roommate. Please note that access to the living room is restricted. The bedroom for rent features a double-sized bed, a sofa, a flat-screen television, and a closet for storage space. The bathroom is private and has a tub with glass doors, a sink and a toilet. The kitchen, shared with a roommate, has all the necessary cookware and dishware. You will also have access to the balcony, which features a sofa, chairs and a table as well as views of the city below.
The Upper East Side of Manhattan features a lot of restaurants, bars and stores; start the day at H&H Bagels (0.3mi/480m), a landmark joint serving classic bagels and desserts. Naruto Ramen (0.3mi/480m) is a popular Japanese restaurant with traditional ramen noodles and soups for takeout. Try Candle 79 (0.7mi/1.1km), where deluxe eclectic vegan dishes are made with organic produce and served in elegant surroundings. World-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art (0.7mi/1.1km), the largest museum in the United States, is located a few blocks away, alongside iconic Central Park.
Transportation is very convenient from this location; the Q train stops at 86 Street / 2nd Avenue (450ft/135m), right around the corner. 86 Street / Lexington Avenue Station (0.3mi/480m) services the 4, 5, and 6 trains for easy commute to anywhere in the city.
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