E 59th St

New York City, NY 10022  |  Apartment

$5,000

2 beds, 2 baths

Listing Info for E 59th St

Take advantage of this UNIQUE and RARE opportunity to rent a two bedroom, two bathroom architectural gem! As you enter this magnificent, bright home, your attention will immediately be captured by the high ceilings, gorgeous, rich herringbone floors, and the living room's oversized casement windows. A woodburning fireplace, windowed kitchen and bathrooms finish off this sophisticated and special space, perfect for quiet nights, and wonderful for entertaining. Split bedrooms with sunny exposures to the North and East, en suite baths, and plus your rent includes all electric and cable! ast 59th is a fabulous building with a full-time doorman, live-in...
super, and laundry facilities in the basement. A home not to be missed.

Property Details

Rental Fee $5,000 Property Type Apartment
Bedrooms 2 Community Not available
Bathrooms 2 Zip 10022
Size Not available Pets Allowed Please inquire
ID # 46105806 Garage Please inquire
Direct Link rentalsource.com/46105806 Last Updated Yesterday

Amenities & Features

Unit Amenities
•  Air Conditioning
•  Cable/Satellite TV
•  Fireplace
Community Features
•  Public Transportation

Rental Terms

1 Year Lease

Additional Info

Apartment located at E 59th St in New York City, NY 10022 has 2 beds, 2 baths and available to rent for $5,000. E 59th St was listed on RentalSource 26 days ago by Carroll Schultz. E 59th St is in zip code 10022 which is located in New York City, NY. The rental price of $5,000 is 23% higher than the average rental price of $4,072 for apartment rentals in 10022 and 48% higher than the average rental price of $3,385 for apartment rentals in New York City, NY.

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