Furnished one bedroom in Upper East Side
Welcome to this contemporary one bedroom apartment in Manhattan’s Upper East Side! Sitting amongst some of the city’s finest parks, beloved museums, and an elite group of locals, this modernly furnished home is ideal for travelers wishing to live in the most prestigious area of New York City.
The one bedroom apartment is located on the top floor of a renovated five-story prewar walk-up brownstone building. For your privacy, a buzz-in security system is in place.
Hard wood floors, modern amenities, and contemporary accessories are featured in this basic abode. In the living room, three large windows face the street, allowing ventilation. Some highlights of the home include a flat-screen television with cable, full-sized convertible sofa bed, and a commodious eat-in kitchen with prewar-style black-and-white tiled floors.
Granite countertops in the large kitchen accommodate space for easy preparation of meals. A small round table sits near a window awaiting romantic meals.
The bedroom is accessible via French doors in the living room. One full-sized bed and fresh linens are provided.
New York’s Upper East Side is internationally known for being a chic and upwardly mobile NYC community. Besides the many celebrities that live here (including Mariah Carey, Woody Allen, and Madonna!) there are a hub of famous attractions, superb restaurants, and numerous surrounding subway stations to take you anywhere in the city. The nearest Laundromat is right next door to the building, making your laundry day as convenient as possible. Listed below are some suggestions of where to go in the area.
- Carl Shurz Park: This gorgeous stretch of greenery overlooks the East River. The official mayor’s residence, the Gracie Mansion, is located here. 0.2mi/280m. Accessible via foot.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art: This is one of the largest and most influential art museums in the world. 0.9mi/1.4km. Accessible via foot or bus.
- Frick Collection: This small residence-turned-museum features a variety of works spanning from the Renaissance era to the late 19th century. 1.5mi/2.3km. Accessible via train.
For public transportation around Manhattan and into other New York boroughs, The closest subway station is 86 Street / 2nd Avenue (0.3mi/500m) offers the Q train for access into Downtown Manhattan. Also, walk to 86 Street / Lexington Avenue for the 4, 5, and 6 trains (0.6mi/950m).