August Summer Rental - This sixth-floor penthouse apartment, spanning a private garden, two bedrooms and two baths, is a stunning luxury haven tucked in New Yorks historic Gramercy Park district.
A granite foyer opens into an elegant step-down living room with large windows and balcony doors, allowing for an abundance of light and giving the room a natural airiness and feeling of warmth. The serenity of the living room is not lost when you step outside into the privacy of your own terrace and relax in the meticulously landscaped Japanese garden. Retiring to either of the two bedrooms, the sense of tranquility continues. Overlooking the garden, the bedrooms, both featuring en-suite bathrooms finished in gray marble tile, are perfect for unwinding. The bedrooms are laid out on opposite sides of the living room for a sense of privacy, while the large kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinet space.
This full-service building offers copious amenities including a uniformed 24-hour staff, on-site laundry, health club with Pilates & yoga classes, a swimming pool (46'x18'), Jacuzzi, and rooftop terrace with sweeping views of Manhattan. Step outside into the storied Manhattan neighborhood home to Gramercy Park, one of only two private parks in New York City. Many of Manhattans finest restaurants are within blocks, along with Madison Square Park and the famed Union Square Greenmarket. The easy access to Union Square subway station, where you can catch a number of subway lines, makes for quick traveling around the city. Available furnished for short term Summer 2015 month of August only.
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Building Features 27 Floors258 Units

full time doorman
bike room
pet friendly
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Unit Features


$9,000 per month

Last Asking: Aug 28, 2015

2 Beds / 2.0 Baths / 1,100 ft² ($98 per ft² yearly)

Furnished: Yes

Exclusively listed with: Maz Group NY

Katherine Vogeler


Listing Courtesy of Maz Group NY

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