130 East 62nd StreetUpper East Side, Manhattan
Short Term Rental
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Pricing is expressed as the gross base accommodation charge + furnishings. The above pricing does not include the cost of utilities (wi-fi, electric, a/c, heat, gas, cold/hot water), exit clean or ongoing monthly cleaning (for extended stays beyond 30 days) or tax. We specialize in Furnished Short Term Rental Apartments, Extended-Stay & Corporate Housing Accommodations in the heart of New York City, N.Y. Uniquely, our private and intimate townhouse fully furnished apartments are perfect extended stays on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
We have a 30-90 day minimum stay requirement (no exceptions). Reservations for dates not contiguous with existing reservations will be rejected.
NYC occupancy tax is applicable for stays under 181 nights. The occupancy tax rate is 5.875% + $2/night. Tax-exemption for stays of 181 days or longer (contract must be signed for a stay of 181 days or longer to be exempt from paying tax)
• All stays are subject to the below itemized supplemental fees + tax:
• New York lodging and room tax 5.875% + $2/room
• Bundled monthly fee for utilities (electric, heat, cold/hot water, gas, wi fi).
• a/c (June - September or October)
• Monthly Cleaning and Linen Service
• Exit Cleaning
• Bedding/Towels fee (all bedding included. Mattress pad, sheet set, pillows, cotton blanket, down blanket in cold weather months)
• Government-issued ID
• Identity Verification: Submission of a valid government-issue PHOTO-ID is required. This could be a driver's license, passport or visa.
Standard fees: linen fees, cleaning fees & any utilities & fees for additional guests
Fully furnished full-floor apartment conveniently located in Manhattan's Upper East Side Historic District (Lenox Hill) on east 62nd Street between Park and Lexington Avenue within close proximity to East Midtown Manhattan. The house is surrounded by upscale restaurants, excellent shopping options and transportation.
The house is located one block from the 61st Street & Lexington train stop and 2 blocks from the 60th street/Lexington Avenue train stop. Central Park is two blocks away. The central and convenient neighborhood offers every possible amenity and convenience (shoe repairs, pharmacies, hair and nail salons, food shopping, etc.). Bloomingdales is two blocks away. This is the most convenient Upper East Side location, close to everything. Traveling out of the City is incredibly convenient from the house. The 59th Street Bridge is a few blocks from the house. There is an FDR exit on 63rd and York Avenue. There are several subway train lines 1 and 2 blocks away.
A flight up from the house’s entry foyer, on the parlor floor level, guests find perhaps the most unique of suites at 1871 House, the Garden Room.
You will be immediately transfixed by the massive floor-to-ceiling bow window which takes up most of the southern wall of the suite, but the real treasure is behind it: the private 500 square foot urban oasis that is the accompanying garden terrace, a truly rare find for an affordable New York City accommodation. The expansive, verdant cedar roof deck plays host to a multitude of roses, lavender, and other plants, with jardinières and wooden planters framing the deck furniture: a breezy teak bench, three lazy steamer lounge chairs, and a 9-foot umbrella.
Though some guests will no doubt want to spend much of their time on the terrace, the Garden Room itself makes an extraordinary place to return to for the night or the afternoon rest. Soaring 12-foot ceilings look down on this quiet room and its carved wood and marble fireplace mantle, tall Normandy armoire, unique four-poster queen-size bed, and mahogany Philadelphia breakfast table. The room’s daybed makes for an enticing nap spot! Another period throwback can be found in the southeast corner: a sculptured ceramic washbasin with wooden cabinet, augmenting the hand basin found in the bathroom.
Please note that there is no kitchen or access to a kitchen in the apartment. Provided is a small fridge, electric kettle, and sink in the room. The bathroom is a fully tiled, narrow space with antique style brass hardware and a merged shower and toilet area.
Things to note about the building:
-There is no elevator. All suites/apartments are accessed via the central stair case
-The suites are not equipped with a buzzer or intercom system
-The charming, late 1800s townhouse, is not a modern structure – think creaky floorboards and things as such.
-This home was built in 1871, so there are signs of wear and tear.
-As this is NYC, you shouldn't expect the streets below to be quiet – there may be construction or traffic noise nearby
-Pets are not permitted. Sorry but we can't make exceptions.
-We provide a supply of linens & towels. We include sheet sets (flat & fitted sheets and pillowcases), down pillows, down duvets (in cool weather months), cotton blankets & quilts & towels.
-There isn't a laundry facility in the building. Guests have access to many neighborhood laundry and dry cleaning merchants that offer laundry service by the pound with free pick-up and delivery.
-The Property Owners reside on premises.
Other things to note:
-This is a one-room suite without a separate bedroom area.
-There is no kitchen or access to a kitchen in the apartment. Provided is a small fridge, electric kettle, and sink in the room.
-This suite is on the 1st (first) floor level (one flight up from the entry hall level). This is not a ground floor level suite.
-There are 14 steps from the entry foyer level to the 1st floor level.
-There is no kitchen or access to a kitchen in the Suite. Even though there is a small fridge (no freezer) and electric kettle, we can’t really count it as a kitchen – don’t expect to do much cooking here. We’re sorry but the addition of cooking appliances is not permitted.
-The fireplace is only decorative.
-The Garden Room is located in the rear portion of the house and is one of the quietest rooms in the house. However, as this is a stacked house, you may hear your neighbors above, below or next to you.
-The compact bathroom has a wall-less shower (please review photos please)
-Although the Garden Room Windows are inoperable, you can open the Terrace door for fresh air. -Garden Room Guests can access the terrace via the French door in the Garden Room.
-Although there are 2 beds in the suite, as this is a bedroom suite, the maximum number of primary guests allowed is one.
-During warm weather months, the host or host's representative service and water the plants on the terrace accessed via the cottage opposite the Garden Room.
-Garden Room terrace photos are representative of how the garden and plants appear in the warm weather months. Guests booking for dates in the late Fall, Winter and early Spring months will observe the garden terrace looking different from the photos as plants are not blooming and shrubs have lost their leaves. Additionally, winter months in New York can be extremely cold so guests will not want to spend time on the terrace.
-Spring cleaning and maintenance of the terrace takes place in the later part of the month of May as the temperature gets warmer. Daily waterings in the Summer months are performed by the Host or staff via a secondary means of access to the terrace.
-While other guests staying in the house cannot access the terrace, the Host and the Host's family have access to the Terrace via a secondary means of access.
-Cable TV is not provided. The apartment is equipped with one TV. The TV is equipped with a ROKU device for streaming Netflix, Amazon Prime or your favorite TV app through subscription. The choice of what to watch and what to pay for is up to you. To access fee-based programming, you must be a subscriber and login with your own username and password.
-Wi-Fi is included with the monthly utility fee. Please note that the Wi-Fi is intended for basic residential use only such as emails, and not for heavy download of large data files.
Upper East Side, Manhattan (NYC) Building Address For Rent: 130 East 62nd Street, New York, NY, 10065. We are #1 in furnished short term rentals and furnished short term sublets
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