509 East 77th StreetApt. 4L
York Avenue and Cherokee Place Upper East Side
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Exposure North & South
- Juliet balcony
- Excellent light
- Hardwood floors
- Modern kitchen
- Oversized windows
- Renovated bathroom
- Walk-in closets
Application out - The rent for this charming pre war one bedroom apartment includes all utilities- even electricity! And, there is a washer /dryer in the unit! This apt has floor-to-ceiling windows in both the living room and bedroom with Juliette balconies that overlook the beautiful interior courtyard. In addition, the living room has a double wide closet, ceiling fan, and plenty of room for a home office. The apartment has original hardwood floors that are in excellent condition and 9.5 feet ceilings throughout. This home was recently renovated. The kitchen has new cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and new countertops. The windowed bathroom is new with a glass enclosed shower stall, new fixtures and hardware. The bedroom has a walk-in closet and built-in storage. The building is known as The Cherokee and is defined by its architecture and beautiful "Old World" interior courtyard. It is ideal for those who want a serene and tranquil living environment with a European flavor. The building has a Live-In Super, and laundry room. It is located on East 77th Street next to John Jay Park and close to the cross-town 79 bus for easy transportation. There is a fast and simple approval process for renters. No pets or case-by-case with owner approval.
Additional features of this property include: Live-in Super & Night Security Guard, Utilities Included, 42" Flat Screen TV included, Fast and Easy Approval Process, and W/D in the apt.
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