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You can still live in the elegant Upper East Side of Manhattan on a budget when you rent a room at this shared 3 bedroom/1.5 bath apartment. Located on the 1st floor (equivalent to the ground floor European) of walk-up building located near East 78th Street & 2nd Avenue, this option is a good choice for students or those who want to save on rent.
Get to know NYC while living with roommates at this furnished 3 bedroom apartment apartment share on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The shared kitchen features white cabinetry and appliances and is equipped with all you need to prepare meals at home and save on your spending. A dining table is located here so you can sit down to a meal in comfort. The first bedroom (Bedroom 1) is furnished with a twin size bed, closets for storage and a desk and chair for getting some studying done. The second bedroom (Bedroom 2) is furnished with a double bed, night table and a set of drawers for storage. The third bedroom (Bedroom 3) is also furnished with a double bed, night table and wardrobe for storing your belongings. The shared full bathroom has both bathtub and shower along with a toilet, vanity mirror, and sink with storage beneath. There is also an additional shared half bathroom with toilet.
The chic Upper East Side offers shopping, dining and culture. Along First, Second and Third Avenues you will find local shops, groceries, movie theaters, eateries, bars and lounges. At the end of the block there’s Agata & Valentina, a grocery where you can find gourmet Italian items. Grab some delicious baked goods at Orwashers Bakery or have drinks with friends at Bar Coastal, a California-themed sports bar. Spending a day at the museum is easy with many museums in the area, including The Frick Collection and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim Museum.
The closest subway access can be found at 77th Street/Lexington Avenue (6 subway line) and 72nd Street/2nd Avenue (Q line).
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.