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Large 1 Bedroom - Private Balcony - Luxury Building - Lower East Side

Whole home in Lower East Side, Manhattan

Hosted by Chris, no guest reviews

What type of unit is this?

Whole home

How many guests can stay in the unit at one time?

2 guests

How many beds and bedrooms iwll guests have access to?

1 bedroom, 1 bed

Is the unit exclusively prepared for your setup, or might some personal items be present?

Exclusively prepared for guests

How many bathrooms iwll guests have access to?

1 bathroom

Is parking provided? And if so, is there an additional cost?

No parking

Total price: $973.00
No security deposit

Welcome to this spacious 1-bedroom apartment in a secure luxury elevator building in the heart of the Lower East Side.

Enjoy a private balcony, in unit washer/dryer & access to a beautiful roof deck with stunning views, along with a gym & lounge. Centrally located a few blocks from the Clinton Street Baking Company & Katz's Delicatessen on Houston St. Also a short walk to the East Village, Nolita, Little Italy, Chinatown, Noho, Soho, the West Village & more.

-Private Balcony attached to the apartment
-In unit washer and dryer
-Queen size memory foam bed
-Central Heat & AC
- 60 inch Smart TV with 4k display + all streaming apps in the living room
-55 inch Smart TV with 4k display + all streaming apps in the bedroom
- Solar shades on all windows
- Gym with state of the art equipment
- Lounge & roof deck with stunning views
- Modern stainless steel kitchen appliances
- Stainless fridge & freezer with ice maker
- Dish washing machine
- High-end kitchen supplies: 14 cup programmable Cuisinart coffee maker,
Ninja Blender, Instant Pot, etc.
-True wardrobe closet with hangers and storage
- Deep soaking bathtub
- Work From Home Friendly (desk & high-speed Wi-Fi)

Luxury Building Amenities:

-Furnished Roof deck

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