Furnished 1 Bed Apartment in Upper East Side #130C
1 full bedroom / 1 bathroom in the Upper East Side
An impressive private Upper East Side apartment comprising of 1 bedroom and 1 bath, featuring a showstopping living room that serves as the heart of the unit. The spaces in the pre-war apartment were recently renovated, and a elongated corridor efficiently separates the privacy of the living space to the entrance. The overarching concept was that the space would bring the synonymous Upper East Side sophisticated and sharp design at an approachable rate.
Neutral colors, natural wood floors, and plush furniture are contrasted by a strengthening black accented doors and grey moldings. The living room features a modern grey velvet sofa and a black rattan accent chair offering ample seating area to entertain. These were carefully manipulated to delineate the space’s architecture while simultaneously tying together appropriate functionality. New York City's notoriously small apartments often require creative solutions to maximize space and one will notice that great detail has been given from the construction to decoration in order to achieve this sense of design and function.
Fully appointed and furnished private apartment
New renovated kitchen
Unique art and home decor
Kitchen essentials (pots/pans, tea kettle, etc. are included in the price)
The Upper East Side is sleek, chic, and classic NYC. Door attendants receive your visitors and marble foyers open into grand ballrooms in this sophisticated neighborhood. As the height of luxurious living, the Upper East Side’s immaculate brownstones are located around the corner from some of the city’s finest designer boutiques. Paces away from Central Park and easily accessed by three subway lines, the Upper East Side’s convenient location only adds to its upper-crust reputation.
Within a 5 block radius you’ll find:
- New York Sports Club
- Q and R - 72nd Street Subway Station
- The MET Museum
- Central Park
- Lenox Hill Hospital
- Madison Avenue Retail
C- Soft tones of beige are contrasted by a modern black full size metal bedroom. A sculptural white side table flanks the bed offering additional surface area for your personal items. A special folding wall desk was added to allow for added flexibility. Velvet grey curtains and plush linens soften the space creating a meditative ambience which echoes the June Homes aesthetic of nature and balance.
About June Homes
Here at June Homes we understand that the cost of real estate can start to hinder on our simple yet crucial facets of life. A home should be safe, comfortable, well appointed, be a breeding ground of dreams and imaginations, and not be located in an unfavorable area. We’ve spent months crafting what we consider the optimal sanctuary to unwind, create memories, and to surmount our next endeavours in.
June Homes is a membership based living brand that provides fully furnished properties in some of the most desirable areas. We don’t believe that you should only get a hotel experience while away, so we provide hotel-like services as well as amenities found in many luxury hotel brands in all of our properties. No broker fees, sign-up costs, and questionable roommates all at an economical rate in your city’s hotspots. Just turn up with your suitcase and call us home. You can learn more at JuneHomes. com.
*Please note that our listed price is for a 12 month stay. Shorter stays are priced higher, on a sliding scale. Please reach out to our team for more information
- Apartment to rent
- Upper East Side
$2,425 monthly (whole property)
- Minimum term
- 1 month
- Maximum term
- 12 months
- Short rentals considered
- Security deposit
- Fees apply?
- Disabled access
New tenant preferences
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Don't mind
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