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- 30% Pre War
- 25% Luxury Highrise
- 14% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 8% Brownstone
- 7% Walk-Up
2 Bedrooms and 2 Baths
Available on December 15th for short/long term rental with a 6 month minimum.
Steps from Central Park. This building was one of the first mansions built in this area. This is a warm and wonderful space on top of a one-of-a-kind building. There's a large living room with cathedral ceilings and wooden beams. The mezzanine level master bedroom suite includes a bathroom, lots of closet space and a desk/office area.
The the past is gracefully balanced with contemporary renovations: new appliances and comfortable, contemporary furnishings. There are such wonderful details: Skylight, Fireplace and private, gated Residents' Garden. All necessities provided from towels and linens to dishes and cookware.
Vibrant location, filled with services, stores, restaurants and movie theatres. Located a few blocks from Lincoln Center. Weekend Farmers' Markets.
Weekly housekeeper service required at tenant's expense. Elevator. Laundry room in building.
Smoke and Pet-free apartment.
Broker fee applies when renting this property. All inquiries welcomed.
$5,995, Two Bedrooms, 2.0 Bathrooms
- Pre War
- 1400 sq. ft.
- Web ID: 2101276
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