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Description from owner

This studio apartment is conveniently located in a quiet, elegant building on a residential street on the Upper East Side, steps from Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum, Guggenheim Museum as well as shopping, restaurants and a subway stop that offers both express and local subway service.

This vacation rental is located on the basement level of the building and is perfect for a couple or group of up to 4.

The apartment has a queen-size bed in the sleeping alcove. The living space is furnished with a dining counter and stools, a full size bed, TV with DVD player and closet.

The open kitchen includes a coffee maker, toaster, microwave, hot water kettle and plenty of pots, pans, dishes and utensils to make meals right in the apartment.

The bathroom includes a shower, ventilation window, a sink with vanity and toilet.

The apartment is air-conditioned in summer and well heated in winter.

There is no smoking allowed inside the apartment. There is a full laundry facility located in the building. The management office is also located on site.

Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Sofa Bed

About the area

The Upper East Side is a neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan in New York City, between Central Park and the East River. The 1.8 square miles (4.7 km²) neighborhood, with elegant rows of landmark townhouses, once known as the 'Silk Stocking District', has some of the most expensive real estate in the United States, and is believed to be the greatest concentration of individual wealth in the nation. In the 19th century, and until the Park Avenue railroad cut was covered (finished in 1910), rich industrialists including Pittsburghers Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick began building stylish mansions and townhouses on the large lots along Fifth Avenue, abutting Central Park. One of the first sections to be developed was around 86th Street, where several prominent families of German descent built country estates. Yorkville as it was known, soon moved east past Lexington Avenue and became a suburb of middle-class Germans, many of whom worked in nearby piano factories, stables, and breweries. Madison Avenue from 60th Street well into the 80s is the monied crowd's main shopping strip, recently vaulting ahead of Hong Kong's Causeway Bay to become the most expensive retail real estate in the world. Zip code 10021 has the highest concentration of stores in the United States with more than $1 million in annual sales each.



  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Linen provided


  • Hair dryer
  • Iron
  • Refrigerator
  • Satellite TV
  • Microwave
  • Stove


  • Cycling Trips
  • Fishing
  • Water sports
  • Horse riding