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162 East 55th St. 6C, New York, NY 10022

Listing Details:
$2,700 Price
Condop Property Type
Midtown Central Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Unit Laundry

There is No Broker Fee to rent this wonderful apartment.East 55th Street nice size 1 BRNear Third AvenueThis is a fantastic Midtown East Manhattan apartment with nice sized rooms. October 1 move in date.Owner will need applicant to have at least a 700 credit scoreSixth Floor apartment with Elevator and washer dryer in the basement. The living spaces are pleasantly sized with ample room in the bedroom for a king size bed and more bedroom furniture. What is wonderful about this bedroom, is there are many arrangements that work fo r laying out the bedroom. It's a 1br/1ba, around 550 or 600 sq feet. Very open living room with large windows, bedroom can fit a king size (we have a full), 3 closets with space that goes to the ceiling (8'8" ceiling). Tenant states "We loved this apartment because the layout made sense for living, it wasn't just a bunch rooms slapped together." Also older construction makes for quieter apartments with little noise transmitting between units.Live-in superElevatorNew laundry system in the basementPre-war build (Very solid walls and floors!)Heat and Hot water includedWindow AC and microwave providedSubways: 2 blocks south to E/M/6 at 53rd & Lexington4 blocks north to N/R/W at 59th & Lexington8 blocks north to F/Q at 63rd and LexingtonChipotle and Thai curry in the building, also on the block, great soup dumplings, PJ Clarke's, Indian buffet, a great diner stuck in the 80s, and lots of other good food.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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