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62nd St, Btwn Lexington & Park

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Unique family owned and managed townhouse centrally located on a a beautiful tree-lined residential block two blocks to Central Park. East 62nd Street between Park and Lexington Avenue is a premier location on the Upper East Side and close to mid-town manhattan. The elegant brownstone offers furnished rental apartments with a sophisticated aesthetic of Shabby chic and Ralph Lauren. Theres nothing like it in New York City. The house is set amid Manhattans most elegant and exclusive neighborhoods. Bloomingdales, Barneys and Bergdorf Goodman and Madison Avenues chic boutiques, restaurants and cafes are just a few blocks away. Neighborhood antique shops, galleries, specialty stores and world-renowned museums are within walking distance. Access to public transportation is phenomenal. The F & Q subway lines are located one block way on 63rd Street. The N, R, 4, 5 & 6 subway lines are two blocks from the house on 60th Street. We offer flexible leasing terms with a minimum 30-91 days. Amenities include Air Conditioning, CableTVROKU for streaming, Decorative Fireplace, Internet. Please note we cannot accommodate pets. Smoking not permitted. Suites are accessed via staircase. There is no elevator. Single Occupancy Monthly Rates: Jan - March: $4500 + associated fees* April-December: $4850 + associated fees* *Rates above based on single occupancy. *$950 per additional occupant or plus tax for occasional overnight guests. *Triple Occupancy Maximum. *Above estimated rates are exclusive of fees and sales tax if applicable. *Associated Fees with all rentals: *Housekeeping: $85 per week includes change of sheets + towels. The apartments are serviced weekly. *Utilities: $275 includes wifi, electric, heat, hot water, cable basic. *ac optional: $175 per month June-SeptemberOctober. The month of October is optional. * Occupancy Tax for non-permanent residents: Occupancy Tax * NY city hotel occupancy tax 5.875% * NY city hotel tax $2.00 room night * A rental home may have more than one room. The tax will be $2.00 per room per day on each of the rooms that make up the home plus the hotel room occupancy tax for the entire home rental. No tax is due from guests who are considered to be permanent residents. To be considered a permanent resident of New York State, a guest must stay for at least 180 consecutive days without interruption see also below information.To be exempt from all taxes, the occupant must have a signed lease agreement with the term exceeding 179 consecutive days. If the occupant does not complete 180 days of continuous occupancy, any taxes not previously collected become immediately due and payable. About the apartment: The Lexington Suite is a furnished four-room apartment with 2 bedrooms.The Suite occupies the entire 4th floor of the House and thus offers the unique advantage of two high-perched but radically diverging views, from the front and the back of this full-floor suite. From the front, the picture is of the tops of townhouses, water towers rising above them, and a few larger, more recent apartment buildings reaching up beyond them at the fringes. A look through the window in one of the Lexington Suites back rooms presents, instead, the figure of fully realized modernity, with a few of the soaring skyscrapers of Midtown, including the just-completed new addition to the NYC skyline, the enormous residential building at 432 Park Avenue. The front, north-facing room fills with light coming through the 3 lace-clad windows, which are state of the art thermo-pane, reducing noise & insulating well. A large sitting & dining area, w table & chairs, adjoins the Queen bed. An Empire chest of drawers & fireplace round out the room. The larger back bedroom contains a queen-sized bed, two windows, an antique marble topped antique bureau & separate closet. The adjacent smaller bedroom contains a twin bed, one window, tall bureau and closet
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