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Experience the towering office buildings, high-rise condos, and bright city lights of Midtown East from this four bedroom apartment located on 1st avenue & 57th street. Situated on the third floor (second floor for Europeans) of a three story townhouse, this apartment comes with an in-house washer/dryer and a location in one of Manhattan’s most enviable and elite neighborhoods.
Upon entrance to the four bedroom apartment, you will find yourself in the fully contemporary kitchen. With a rustic brick wall setting the mood, this kitchen has all the modern amenities including an oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, mahogany hardwood cabinetry, and a large dining table with seating for 6. Featuring an ultra-contemporary interior design, you will find bright hardwood floors and stylish brick walls throughout the apartment. First, Bedroom 1 is furnished with a double bed with sheets, A/C, cable TV, and an en-suite Bathroom. Bedroom 2 also has a double bed with sheets, cable TV, A/C, and an en-suite bathroom. Continue across the hall to Bedroom 3, which features brick walls decorated with wall art, hardwood floors, shelving, a double bed with sheets, A/C, cable TV, and an en-suite bathroom. Bedroom 4 features a mounted cable TV, a full sized sofa bed, and an en-suite bathroom. All four bathrooms have a walk-in shower, WC, and towels.
Midtown East represents the quintessential New York City, featuring skyscrapers, neon lights, bustling crowds of people, yellow taxis, and stylish bars and restaurants. This apartment sets you right in the epicenter of all the action. Mr. Chow (492 ft/0.3 m) is just around the corner, an ultra-stylish restaurant and venue; it is known for attracting some of the world’s most A-list celebrity clientele. Rockefeller Center (1.1 mi/1.7 km) is a NYC landmark, covering over 22 acres between 48th and 51st streets, this complex features such notable buildings as Radio City Music Hall, the GE Building, the NBC Headquarters, and much more. You won’t have to travel far for fresh groceries, with Whole Foods Market (0.2 mi/322 m) one avenue away.
Hop on the subway at Lexington Avenue/ 53 Street (0.5 mi/805 m) to connect you with the E and M lines, or 59 Street/ Lexington Avenue connecting you to the 4, 5, and 6 lines, as well as the N, Q, R 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.
Review by: Tracey T.,
Jun 06 2017
Accommodation Rental: 9 days
I requested a check in at 3.00pm and had to call at 330pm as no one had arrived to let me in. The cleaning lady was upstairs but the apartment number provided was incorrect so I could ring the doorbell. The cleaning lady then advised I couldn't check in till 430pm as they were still cleaning. When I came back I did a quick check of the apartment and noticed there was no drinking glasses so the cleaning lady went and bought some. We also couldn't work out the showers and had to email the owner and ask how to redirect the water from the tap to shower head. the other ladies arrived they noticed there no kettle so we had to call again. There was also no linen left out for the sofa bed and I had to check all the cupboards to find sheets etc. we took a pillow off another bed. We had made it very clear that 4 women were staying in the apartment. I also expected that we would of been provided with dishwashing powder ( they did drop some off) and a dish cloth. There was only one small frypan and no other saucepans to cook with. One of the main reasons we booked an apartment was to allow us to cook. There was also no instructions on where to leave garbage and we took most garbage to a bin outside the apartment. Overall the apartment was ok but for the money we paid I expected a lot more for the price.