Private Master Bedroom in Rustic UES Town home
Room B - $1525/month - 12/04/2019
Private Twin Size Master 4B in fully furnished 4 bedrooms / 2 bathroom located in Upper East Side.
$99 monthly membership includes utilities and HBO / Netflix. Everything is already set up. You just need to move-in and start using them.
This cozy room offers a brown oak wood bed with additional under bed storage. Next to the bed is a matching nightstand which is perfectly illuminated by a white sconce that pairs with the room’s white armoire. The room also boasts an area rug, black-out curtains, hand-picked decor.
Modern high-gloss grey cabinetry, spotlighting, and a sleek breakfast nook are a few words to describe this 4 bedroom - 2 bathroom apartment in the Upper East Side of New York City. The property is located in the Yorkville section of the UES. Within 5 mins you can hop on the Q or R train or take a run along the East River.
The unit is painted a crisp white with contrasted grey moldings. You enter the unit through the kitchen which features new stainless steel appliances and other necessary cooking accessories. All the bathrooms have been renovated as well. The bedrooms are designed with their own unique styling and perfectly incorporate the exposed brick walls.
JH System Name: r-nyc-509e87#4b-4-4B
JH Ref: #180: Upper East Side-B
- Apartment share
- Upper East Side
$1,425 monthly(NOW LET)
- $1,525 monthly (large)
$1,450 monthly(NOW LET)
$1,500 monthly(NOW LET)
- Minimum term
- 12 months
- Maximum term
- Short rentals considered
- Utilities included?
- Fees apply?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
New roommate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Don't mind
- Males or females
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